Fascinating article for anyone who is insulin resistant, diabetic, and following a LCHF diet.
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- While reducing carbohydrates is the first priority, high blood glucose levels and insulin resistance can also be a sign that you are eating too much and / or too often.
- You can use your blood glucose meter as a fuel gauge to help you understand whether your hunger is real and refine your meal timing.
- Delaying your next meal allows your body to use up the glucose in your blood.
- Intermittent fasting will allow your the glucose in your blood stream to be replenished from the glycogen stores in your liver and muscle and allow energy to flow from your fat stores.
|> 7 day average, well slept and low stress||delay eating and / or exercise|
|< 7 day average||if hungry, enjoy nutrient dense foods that align with your insulin sensitivity|
|< 73mg/dL (4.0 mmol/L)||eat higher insulin load foods if hungry and delay exercise|
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