Research hints that aspartame may act as a chemical stressor by increasing cortisol levels, and may induce systemic oxidative stress by producing excess free radicals, and it may also alter gut microbial activity and interfere with the N-methyl D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor, resulting in insulin deficiency or resistance.
The hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp technique is the most efficient. However, one can find out about prediabetes and insulin resistance by performing HBA1C and fasting plasma glucose.
Yes. Researchers found that the chance of developing insulin resistance went down with each additional amount of vitamin D supplement taken.
The symptoms of insulin resistance are frequent hunger, frequent urination and frequent thirst. One can get themselves tested if they are experiencing these symptoms.
Yes, one can reverse insulin resistance by following a strict diet and an exercise regime.