Meet Dr. Benjamin Bikman, author of Why We Get Sick. In this interview we talk about all things insulin resistance! Signs, symptoms, testing, how it’s linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease, dementia, and more. Dr. Bikman shares information from his book on how to prevent and reverse insulin resistance for sustainable weight loss and disease prevention.
Insulin resistance is at ground zero for weight gain, diabetes, heart disease, and so much more. Dr. Bikman has his Ph.D. in Bioenergetics.
Chronic dieting will not work for sustainable weight loss. The only way to lose weight, keep it off, and prevent disease is to live a low insulin lifestyle. I know that may sound strange to you, but it's true.
When "How will this affect my insulin" becomes your new litmus test instead of, "How many points or calories does this have," weight loss clicks into gear!
Connect with Dr. Benjamin Bikman
▸ facebook | @benjaminbikmanphd | https://www.facebook.com/BenjaminBikmanPhD
▸ instagram | @benbikmanphd | https://www.instagram.com/benbikmanphd/
▸ website | https://www.insuliniq.com/
▸ book | Why We Get Sick | https://www.insuliniq.com/dr-ben-bikman-book-why-we-get-sick
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Join my online course, Weight Loss for Health, to learn the science behind weight loss and habit change so you can lose weight, get healthy, and prevent disease.
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