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APRIL 5, 2012 [Insulin Resistance, Ketones] An alternative way of eating for health, the primal blueprint
Q: Most medical professionals regard burning ketones as a bad thing. The latter is a pathological condition that occurs when insulin isn’t around to keep ketone production in check. Burning ketones, which isn’t the same as being in ketosis, let alone ketoacidosis, is always occurring in a healthy fat-burner. Making ketones has always been regarded as dangerous for people with type 1 diabetes. Making ketones is different than burning ketones.
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JANUARY 10, 2011 [Insulin Resistance, Ketones] Solving sleep problems with healthy habits | Joslin Diabetes.
Nighttime Lows: Another reason some with diabetes have disrupted sleep is nighttime hypoglycemia. At risk, are people with type 1 and those with type 2 who are being treated with insulin or sulfonylurea. It’s important to find out if the cause is menopause or a low blood glucose reaction,” Bashoff advises. There is also some evidence that disrupted sleep affects insulin resistance and may contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes.
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SEPTEMBER 13, 2010 [Insulin Resistance, Ketones] My Own Definition of LADA
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