New Surgery May End Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes (diabetes mellitus) is a disease that impairs the insulin response. Our bodies normally use glucose for an energy source. Insulin responds to the levels of blood glucose. When insulin levels are not controlled, levels of glucose increase in the … Continue reading

What Forces Fat out of a Fat Cell?

Most of us know that if we eliminate carbohydrates from our diet that our body converts from glucose as a primary energy source to ketones. The change in energy source will force fat from fat cells. There are some health … Continue reading

What Forces Fat into a Fat Cell?

Foods provide nutrients and energy. Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose and sent to the bloodstream. Glucose causes a rise in blood glucose levels. Increased blood glucose levels signal the pancreas to produce insulin. Insulin is the hormone that forces … Continue reading

Stress Hormones Makes It Nearly Impossible to Lose Weight

Adrenaline may be preventing you from losing weight. The hormone adrenaline is similar to hormone cortisol in that it responds to stress. There are times when you might not eat for a while and your blood glucose levels fall to … Continue reading

Weight Loss – How Adrenaline Affects Weight Loss

The Basics: What you need to know about adrenaline (and cortisol) and losing weight. Your adrenal glands produce adrenaline and cortisol.  Stress and other factors cause your adrenal glands to overproduce adrenaline and cortisol.  Over time it can lead to … Continue reading