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    Doctor recommends that people who secrete a lot of insulin should eat low-glycemic index diet


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    Tuesday, May 06, 2008 1:20 pm Email this article
    In a press release, Dr. Mark Hyman, author of the book UltraMetabolism, who you may have seen on PBS talking about weight loss, recommends that anyone trying to lose weight should be given a glucose tolerance test which measures blood sugar and insulin levels after you have eaten. And that anyone whose insulin levels go over 30 during the test, a mark of someone who secretes a lot of insulin, should be sure to eat "low glycemic load, whole-foods, unprocessed diet which keeps your blood sugar even".

    REFERENCE

    Why low-fat dieting has no effect on weight loss: Dr. Mark hyman of ultrawellness explains why testing blood sugar levels for insulin resistance is essential for weight loss. 2008 May 1.

    AUTHOR’S CORRESPONDENCE

    Mark Hyman, MD
    http://www.ultrawellness.com/

    Sandi Mendelson
    (212) 725-7707

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