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Posted: 10 Jan 2013, 13:06
Diablo360x wrote:
People keep bringing up insulin levels like they matter. Only diabetics need to worry about insulin spikes.


Nonsense! Please do not mislead people in this way as you may be interfering with their weight loss efforts.

Most people with a severe weight problem get that way because they secrete more insulin than thin people. To lose weight it is essential that they avoid insulin spikes and keep insulin levels low as much as possible,
Hyperinsulinaemic, carboholic and serial failed dieter!



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