Eating time and weight gain

Our eating patterns can influence insulin production and weight gain, and it’s important to give our bodies time to burn energy from food. Most people eat from the time they wake up until the time they go to bed — typically three main meals, multiple snacks, and often soda in between. This pattern leads to… Continue reading Eating time and weight gain

Time-Restricted Feeding

Time-restricted feeding can reduce high insulin levels, which can reverse type 2 diabetes. It’s important to understand some facts about insulin and how it works. First, insulin is fat storage and a growth hormone. It reduces circulating glucose by converting it to glycogen storage first, which then overflows to fat storage. Eating carbohydrates causes insulin… Continue reading Time-Restricted Feeding