Tip of the week!
Use your sea salt!
A recent study showed that diets low in salt actually increased the levels of cholesterol, fat, and hormones in the blood that are known to cause heart disease.
Insulin and Fertility
We know a low insulin diet protects people from type II diabetes, but a recent study suggests eating a low insulin diet promotes better fertility in women.
When women with fertility issues strictly followed a low insulin diet, they were more likely to get pregnant then those who did not. The best explanation for this result is actually quite simple. Insulin has many functions in the body and directly and indirectly regulates hormones needed for ovulation.
This is another great example of what many progressive researchers and clinicians have been saying for years; that high insulin diets (high carbohydrate) are causing more health issues than just type II diabetes.