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Type II Diabetes is the body’s resistance to insulin over time. Insulin breaks down glucose so our systems can use it for fuel.  When normal amounts of insulin are not adequately processing glucose, extra amounts must be implemented via “insulin shots” to break down the excess.

Increased fatty tissue is the bodily adaptation to over consumption of sugar and carbohydrate calories, and under active daily lifestyle. Eating more food, than the body needs for fuel causes the excess to be stored as adipose or fatty tissue. This practice, over time will make the body resistant to insulin and diabetes can occur.

The solution for physical improvement is: decreasing the amount of food consumed and increasing physical activity, a decline in fatty tissue occurs. With less sugar to process, receptor sites are no longer overwhelmed and insulin sensitivity is restored.

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