Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
HealthNewsWires.com reviews insulin lowering tips from Health and Nutrition Experts Josh Bezoni and Joel Marion; these tips improve insulin sensitivity, increase fat burning and weight loss, and reduce blood sugar.
Insulin is one of the most critical hormones produced in the body. Not only does insulin regulate blood sugar levels, it also has a significant role in determining metabolism and influences the body’s ability burn fat and lose weight. The tips provided detail how to improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin and avoid storing carbohydrates as body fat. The information shared in this new report shows how to use carbohydrates as energy to fuel muscles, lowering blood sugar and reducing the risk of diabetes.
One effective way to improve insulin sensitivity and carbohydrate tolerance is to participate in high-intensity, high-volume resistance training. While any form of exercise is beneficial, training with weights can have a profound impact on blood sugar and insulin sensitivity. The most beneficial effects on insulin sensitivity are realized by incorporating many sets and many reps, such as 5 sets of 8 repetitions per body part, repeated for a total of 3 exercises per body part.
These high-volume strength training workouts deplete stored carbohydrates in muscle tissue and increase insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake in muscle to replenish these depleted energy stores. Using carbohydrates as energy reduces long term risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.
In addition to high-intensity, high volume resistance training, the report shares other EASY ways to improve your insulin sensitivity; several of these tips take only a few short seconds to execute each day.
The complete 31-page 4 Tricks To Never Store Carbs as Fat report is availble for free for a limited time at http://HealthNewsWires.com/4-tips-for-insulin-sensitivity/.
An additional free report providing information about controling the body’s blood sugar and boosting fat-burning ability can be found at http://HealthNewsWires.com/lower-your-blood-sugar/.
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