Episode #68 – Unclogging Your Sugar Sink – The Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Joe Barton & Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D.
Episode #68-Unclogging Your Sugar Sink-the Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Joe Barton & Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D.
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[3:20] CinnaChroma recommended for everyone
[6:00] Back to the Basics of Diabetes.
[6:35] Kitchen sink analogy. Unclog your sugar sink.
[11:15] Do you need drugs? They key is understanding you are toxic on Sugar and you need to detoxify.
[12:00] How do we detox from sugar? Phase 1- 20 g of carbs or less per day.
[13:45] Phase 2
[14:45] Lifestyle. From now on, this is what I do.
Type 1 and Type 2 at the same time?
[16:40] Insulin is the only hormone that tells your body to hold on to fat. If you don’t have insulin you don’t gain weight. Fasting and Cleanses also help to shut off the insulin.
[19:10] The only way we repair or reverse the Diabetes and the damage that is done from the catabolic metabolism, is to have an empty stomach. See “610 Reset” private group on facebook.
[21:40] Carbs, Starch and Fiber. What about net carbs?
[26:00] We crave foods when we are lacking in minerals. This is called Pica; eating inedible things. When your blood sugar starts dropping really low, you start to crave carbs as well.
[28:15] Endorphins are released with exercise and fasting (makes you more sensitive). Heart Bypass diagnosis story.
How do Artificial Sweeteners affect weight loss, Can I reduce my prescriptions, CinnChroma, Headaches from Detox, Is Type 2 a digestive disorder, Will high fiber offset sugar, Metformin.
[45:00] Heart calcium reduction, Nervala, Thyroid, Water while fasting, Glipizide, Fasting & Hypoglycemia, Foods & Portions, Hyperglycemia and weight loss.
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