Medical Book Club : The Insulin Resistance Diet Updated

Medical Book Club : The Insulin Resistance Diet Updated

With the growing number of people facing diabetes, the book "The Insulin-Resistance Diet" seems like a good choice for this column. According to the American Diabetes Association, about 18.8 million people have the condition and another 7.0 are undiagnosed. Each year 1.9 million new cases are diagnosed. In this book, the focus is on helping individuals to find ways to stop becoming insulin resistant, which leads to diabetes.

What's In The Book?

The book, Insulin-Resistance Diet: How to Turn Off Your Body's Fat Making Machine," written by Cheryle R. Hart, provides an effective methods of losing weight or just improving health. It offers a health program that identifies the relationship between fat and insulin. Unlike other programs, this one aims to provide individuals with foods that fit their tastes but still offer low fat and insulin tolerance. The program is not meant to stop people from enjoying their food but to inform them about the foods they could be eating to avoid the onset of diabetes.

The book's focus is on losing weight and overcoming insulin resistance, a virtual step by step guide to reversing insulin intolerance in individuals. The revised addition does provide for some additional information and resources than the original did not. It also has guides that will aid individuals in improving their overall health. The book's revised edition also provides information regarding the latest developments in the insulin research being conducted. The book is a good choice for those who want to avoid the onset of type 2 diabetes or want to work to overcome it.