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Insulin Resistance: Controlling & Reversing

by Catherine M. Haug,  January 2007; reorganized and updated February 2007; updated and moved to Cat’s Kitchen April 19, 2021 Insulin resistance is a growing problem among humans; for many years, it was largely misunderstood by medical practitioners. But now, that’s … Continue reading

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Insulin Resistance: A Look at Causes

by Catherine M. Haug,  January 2007; updated February 2007 and April 2021 [note: red text indicates updates/changes yet to be made] Review “articles to study;” Diabetes Challenge – Dr MMurray; Review “Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy Induces Insulin Resistance by Activating … Continue reading

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Introduction to Insulin, Insulin Resistance (IR) and Metabolic Syndrome

By Catherine Haug; Jan-Feb 2007, updated in Aug 2007, and moved/updated to Cat’s Kitchen on Mar 30, 2021. [note: red text indicates updates/changes yet to be made] See Diet and Health Menu under “Insulin Resistance, and Metabolic Syndrome” for list of my … Continue reading

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Insulin Resistance and the Leptin Connection

This article, originally written in Aug 2007 and updated 4/1/21, has been moved from my old iWeb site; it is my intent to move all my remaining insulin resistance articles; see Diet and Health Menuunder “Insulin” for list of these articles … Continue reading

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Inositol, Choline and Insulin Resistance

By Cat, May 2019 Insulin resistance is a metabolic disorder that is the precursor to Type-2 Diabetes. It means that the insulin receptors on cell walls no longer respond to insulin, starving the cells of glucose for fuel. This typically … Continue reading

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Supplements, Herbs for Insulin Resistance (IR)

by Cat,  June 2007; updated May 2019 Healthful meals are comprised of whole foods as much as possible, especially fresh (or home canned/frozen) organic or biodynamic foods grown by someone you know.  It means avoiding prepared and processed foods (commercially … Continue reading

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