The Fastest Growing Disease in the World is…


Know what the fastest growing disease in the world is, so you can protect yourself from it.

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Timestamps
0:51 Why this is the fastest-growing disease?
1:09 What happens when you eat carbs?
1:30 What is diabetes?
1:50 Why doesn’t diabetes show up sooner? 
2:35 Insulin resistance 
2:45 Diabetes symptoms 
3:04 What eventually happens 
4:48 Peripheral resistance
5:05 What to do if you’re a diabetic
5:40 Action steps 

Did you know that diabetes is the fastest growing disease on earth?

Why is diabetes the fastest growing disease?
Carbohydrates are the real culprit, and also the frequency of eating. 

When you eat carbs, you get too much sugar in the blood. Your pancreas has a cell called the beta cell. Its job is to make insulin. Insulin’s job is to get the glucose out of the blood to maintain normal glucose. 

What is diabetes?
It usually takes 10-20 years to develop diabetes. Diabetes is a disease where you have too much glucose in the blood. 

It takes a long time for diabetes to show up because, in the meantime, your pancreas is trying to help you out by producing more insulin than it should to keep the blood glucose normal. Now, the cells are going to start resisting the insulin, because too much insulin is toxic. With this happening, a condition is being created called insulin resistance.

Eventually, the beta cell starts to get tired and fail. It’s not producing insulin, so insulin is going to go down, and the blood glucose goes up, resulting in diabetes.

Diabetes is diagnosed very late on the chain of events. 

What to ask your doctor if you are a diabetic:

1. Isn’t diabetes a disease of too much sugar in the blood?
2. Then, why aren’t you recommending that I go on a low-sugar diet or low-carb diet?

Action steps:
• Get on healthy keto and do intermittent fasting, so you can decrease the need for your pancreas to work so hard. 

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