|Before: Mary and Dick 2002|
Blood cells have what could best be described as "doors." These doors called receptors lay flat against the cells exterior walls. These receptors are the gatekeepers for the cells.
Cells need the glucose that insulin brings. They are in many cases starved for glucose. But, because of the continuous "flood" of insulin they have become...wait for it...insulin resistant. Insulin resistant is a term most type 2 diabetics hear from their doctors but haven't a clue as to what it means. Now you know.
The end result of this dance between excessive carbohydrates and insulin is that you are an insulin resistant type 2 diabetic.
|After: Mary and Dick 2004|
|9:15 A.M. at Disney World 2012|
We were in Disney World this summer and he walked the park from 8:30 a.m. until 11:45 p.m. with only a 2 hour break in the afternoon to refresh.
His energy levels which were near zero are now seemingly unlimited. He's like the energizer bunny! And we are now going on over 10 years of the low carb way of life.