In this episode of the Ups and Downs of insulin resistance, we look at hepcidin. The body's iron king pin. Thanks to his antics, if you're insulin resistant, you're short of iron, while wallowing in it.
Diet doesn't matter if you live outside
Want to cut back on what you're eating ? In this video, we learn how the body flips the off switch on eating. Armed with this know how, you can use biology, instead of psychology, to stop your over eating.
The next video in the Ups and Downs of Insulin Resistance, looks at what happens to your baro-receptor sensitivity
Your lip muscles play a pivotal role in eating and breathing and just like the rest of the muscles in your body, they’re subject to aging…….it's time you sent your lip muscles to boot camp.
We continue our series on the ups and downs of insulin resistance, with a look at mannose, a kissing cousin of glucose, who LOVES decorating.
Bedtime should be magical bonding time, reflections of the day, fairytales & kisses. What happens most nights is not magical. You’re a victim of biology…. learn how to avoid bedtime resistance
The time you want your blood pressure to be LOW, is not when you’ve visiting your doctor, you need it to be low, when you’re SLEEPING. What is your asleep BP ?
This is the next video in the ups and downs of insulin resistance series. The hormone we look at, is irisin..... a messenger sent by muscles in distress, with potent effects on fat cells.
Consume starches with something acid. By dropping the pH of your stomach, sooner, rather than later, you put the digestion of the starch on hold – avoiding sugar spikes.
Probiotics are typically lactic acid producing bacteria, the lactic acid they produce comes in two flavours. L-lactic acid is useful, D-lactic acid is toxic in large quantities - and if you've got gut issues, this can be a problem.
A bowl of salty soup, will send your blood pressure up. If you’re salt sensitive, this is a reason to worry. But, you can speed up your biology, to avoid the problem. In this video, we find out how.....
We all intuitively KNOW, being STRESSED OUT, is not good for health. But the stress that should be on our radar, is not psychological, it’s physiological.
Judge your skin products, not by their fragrance or appearance, nor by the place in which they are sold, but by their pH. The more acidic, the better..
Childhood obesity - It’s got nothing to do with dietary habits, meal time routines, frequency of family meals, time spent watching TV or physical activity.