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Blood glucose, ketone and insulin changes after six weeks with Nutrient Optimiser

The diabesity epidemic is a growing challenge, not just to our metabolic health and waistlines, but our global economy, threatening to bankrupt countries with growing health care costs.    To help manage this, the Nutrient Optimiser has been designed to empower users to actively manage their blood glucose with their food choices.   The Nutrient […]

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How to reverse type 2 diabetes

This article looks at the mechanisms of type 2 diabetes and gives you a road map to help you to maximise your chance of achieving optimal blood glucose control, fat loss and long-term metabolic health.

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The carbohydrate-insulin hypothesis vs the adipose centric model of diabetes and obesity

I recently shared Dr Ted Naiman’s latest “insulinographic” that attempts to explain the adipose centric theory of diabetesity. It created some great discussion as well as some confusion, so I thought it would be worth an article to unpack the critical insights about how insulin really works in our body and what we can do […]

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How much protein do you need on keto ?

There is a lot of confusion about ‘excess protein’ and whether you can have too much protein on keto. Insulin and protein are used to build and repair your muscles, organs and the other important parts of your body.  This is an important and beneficial use of protein and insulin. Foods that contain the harder […]

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Optimal ketone level for ketosis

key points “Keto” is booming!   But there is still a lot of confusion about what exactly constitutes “optimal ketone level for ketosis”. Most of the magic of ketosis occurs when you burn your own body fat rather than eat more dietary fat or consume exogenous ketones. If your goal is weight loss or diabetes management, […]

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How to use your blood sugar meter as a fuel gauge

Chronically elevated blood sugar levels can be a sign that you are eating too much and/or too often. You can use your blood sugar to help you refine your meal timing to optimise your weight and blood sugar levels. Delaying your next meal allows your body to use up the stored energy in your bloodstream, liver and […]

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optimal ketone and blood sugar levels for ketosis

why tracking ketones may just be a waste of time.

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