This indicates that the individual has insulin resistance i.e. he or she is unable to respond normally to the biological actions of insulin. If this situation persists long enough, the pancreas eventually gives up the fight and the individual goes in for absolute insulin deficiency. This is the stage at which most patients would start requiring insulin injections. In addition to its effect on blood glucose, insulin also has an anabolic effect, meaning that it promotes growth and multiplication of cells in the body.
For example, the Himalayan Diet Breakthrough pills promise significant and rapid weight loss without diet or exercise. There is no easy and straightforward way to surrender our collective obsession with fat, but some strategies may point the way. Regulation, when used properly, has a role in such efforts. First, the prejudice against fat people needs to end. We need to accept individuals of many shapes and sizes; judging them by their qualifications and not their weight. To achieve such acceptance we may need to amend human rights legislation to protect the obese from discrimination. Second, there should be more curiosity about the causes of obesity than just calories in/calories out. For example, we should follow the lead of the White House Task Force on Childhood Obesity in urging more examination of the impact of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) on the health of individuals and their weight. Third, we need to shift the emphasis from weight loss (and even prevention of weight gain) to health. That change would prompt us to tax junk food and beverages (while assessing the actual effects of such measures) but also push us to subsidize healthier alternatives. That underwriting would specifically focus on the diets of the poor but go on to question the regulatory measures in place for the entire food system (a huge challenge).
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