Symptom: Insulin sensitivity

DESCRIPTION: Insulin sensitivity is a measure of how much insulin is required to metabolize glucose. Insulin resistance (IR) is a physiological condition where the natural hormone insulin, becomes less effective at lowering blood sugars. The resulting increase in blood glucose may raise levels outside the normal range and cause adverse health effects, depending on dietary conditions. Certain cell types such as fat and muscle cells require insulin to absorb glucose. When these cells fail to respond adequately to circulating insulin, blood glucose levels rise

Conditions Insulin sensitivity is associated with (including variations in spelling):

Chronic liver disease | Diabetes | Diabetes 2 | Diabetes alternatives | Diabetes II | Diabetes mellitus | Diabetes symptoms | Diabetes type 2 | Diabetes type II | Diabetic | Diabetic neuropathy | Diabetics | Fatty liver disease | NAFLD | Nerve damage | Nerve disease | Nerve function | Neuropathy | Non alcoholic fatty liver disease | Non alcoholic liver disease | Pheriperal neuropathy | Polyneuropathy | Pre diabetes | Symptoms of diabetes | Type 2 diabetes | Type 2 diabetics | Type II diabetes | Type II diabetics | Type two diabetics |

Diseases associated with Insulin sensitivity:

Diabetes | Hepititis C | Liver Disease | Lymes | Obesity |

EAP product(s) which may assist with Insulin sensitivity :

ThioGel | ThioGel - L |

List of other EAP products:

OmniFlex | ThioGel | ThioGel - L |


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