Hungry? Why?

Snickers commerical! They’re right, you’re not yourself when you’re hungry. Here’s the funny part, this necessitated on being hyperinsulinemic. If your blood insulin is too high, you’ve got some roller coastering going on. Roller coastering means then your blood sugar is getting spiked several times daily. A snickers bar will probably (assuredly) spike the ole blood sugar, and hence the insulin must respond to keep your actual blood sugar level constant. High levels of blood sugar are bad for you, vascularly and nervely. Once the ole blood sugar is stabilized the insulin is going to be very high, especially after say 10 years of this process. Now. If insulin is high and carbohydrate load is low, would you need to then eat more to help your body deal with this high insulin load? The answer is yes! Viola “roller coastering”.

This can all be solved by moderating the amount of carbohydrate that enters the system (via your mouth) and by buffering it’s digestion with apportioned protein and fat. It’s called measuring your food intake. Also eating real food, like veggies and meat doesn’t hurt either!

Lastly, don’t be like Roseann and have your back hurt on the job, do reverse hypers!

Furthermore, protein and fat elicit the release of cholescystikinin which makes you feel full, and perhaps happy, all without bumping your blood insulin! Go forth and kill animals and eat them!

Clan Cheiftan out.

5 Responses to “Hungry? Why?”

  1. Doug Says:


    So does this cholescystikinin stuff require a Rx, or do they sell it over the counter at the Rite Aid? I would hate to give up the cherry Garcia habit I got going on. I’m about to set some kind of a record on the stuff :)


    PS. I’m in for the gymnastics deal. Looking forward to it.

  2. Chiropractor Lynnwood Says:

    What about people that don’t eat meat?! I just bought a bunch of heirloom beans from Rancho Gordo. They look fantastic. And way easier than going out and killing something.

    Nice work keeping people off the insulin rollercoaster. I had a patient loose a good deal of weight just from going paleo. And he said he didn’t really have much food cravings on it.

    I think that’s a lot of people’s fears about diets: not having that comfort food to help you get through the day, and just getting moody and no fun to be around. At least that’s how I get when I deny myself cookies and chocolate.

  3. Chiropractor Lynnwood Says:

    BTW, what’s a reverse hyper?

  4. Jesse Says:

    The Reverse-Hyperextension Machine or “Reverse Hyper” was invented by Louis Simmons of Westside Barbell to recover his own broken back. It provides traction in spinal flexion while allowing for hip extension without hip flexor involvement. Great for developing the glutes and spinal erectors. Very awesome piece of equipment!

  5. Jesse Says:

    People that don’t eat meat in fact really should consider the practice. Ethical concerns should be assuaged by finding a supplier who meets your standards, but from a health perspective meat is essential for a lively long life.

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