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Unread 03-12-2013, 05:20 AM
carlos carlos is offline
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Default How do you remove circulating insulin?

Lets say my insulin is elevated if i release more insulin then needed after a meal and my Blood glucose is fine?





Will eating a bit of carbs at the 2 hour mark help get rid of the circulating insulin without raising it again???

will going a few minutes on the Airdyne reduce it??

Will supplementing fibre help reduce the initial burst of insulin?

I find that eating protein and fat with the meal cause the initial burst and overall insulin to be prolonged.

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aerobic exercise lowers serum insulin levels
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What's wrong with insulin?
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What's wrong with insulin?
it puts fats in your cells and makes you inflamed without any calories. DAE keto?
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from wiki's insulin page :

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Originally Posted by en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insulin#Degradation
Degradation

Once an insulin molecule has docked onto the receptor and effected its action, it may be released back into the extracellular environment, or it may be degraded by the cell. The two primary sites for insulin clearance are the liver and the kidney. The liver clears most insulin during first-pass transit, whereas the kidney clears most of the insulin in systemic circulation. Degradation normally involves endocytosis of the insulin-receptor complex, followed by the action of insulin-degrading enzyme. An insulin molecule produced endogenously by the pancreatic beta cells is estimated to be degraded within about one hour after its initial release into circulation (insulin half-life ~ 46 minutes).[36][37]
reference 36 : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9793760
reference 37 : http://www.uptodate.com/contents/car...kidney-disease


based on this - you'd have use a bypass machine to draw blood out of you body, remove the insulin ligands and return the blood to your body.

other than that... not likely to succeed.
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it puts fats in your cells and makes you inflamed without any calories.
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What's wrong with insulin?
nothing
elevated insulin on the other hand......

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from wiki's insulin page :
reference 36 : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9793760
reference 37 : http://www.uptodate.com/contents/car...kidney-disease


based on this - you'd have use a bypass machine to draw blood out of you body, remove the insulin ligands and return the blood to your body.

other than that... not likely to succeed.
oh lawd

I remember lyle saying that a 5-10 min warm up reduces insulin levels in his Rapid fat loss book

not sure if thats right now
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nothing
elevated insulin on the other hand......



oh lawd

I remember lyle saying that a 5-10 min warm up reduces insulin levels in his Rapid fat loss book

not sure if thats right now
Yes. Aerobic exercise has that effect.
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elevated insulin on the other hand......
Elevated insulin on the other hand....... Does what?

If your bloodstream has supraoptimal levels of free fatty acids and glucose, wouldn't reducing insulin make everything worse?
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Elevated insulin on the other hand....... Does what?

If your bloodstream has supraoptimal levels of free fatty acids and glucose, wouldn't reducing insulin make everything worse?
yea thats why i included the graph
my blood sugar is fine

many problems with elevated insulin, High blood pressure, water retention the list goes on

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Yes. Aerobic exercise has that effect.
by how much?

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