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If you have been diagnosed with Pre-Diabetes or believe you have this condition, we are so glad you found us. We are here to help. Our website is dedicated to helping you better understand your condition and the specific steps you can take to reverse it.
about a system
designed to reverse
The information on this site is not about fad diets, magic pills
or fantasy claims to transform the way you look and feel overnight.
It is about accurate scientific information that can help you change the way your body responds to food and reverse
called Insulin Resistance.
This important information cannot be easily explained in a brief
way. So we urge you to take a little time to read the next few
pages to learn why and how you can finally achieve
your goals of losing weight and feeling healthy.
Insulite Laboratories firmly believes that information is power
when it comes to managing your health. We put your health first, ahead of making
business success. Our primary aim and commitment is to support your efforts toward health and wellbeing.
You can contact us at
any time to have your questions about Pre-Diabetes answered.
As part of our pledge to do all we can to help you feel better, we offer free consultations with our Consulting and Advisory teams about any issues you might have concerning your condition. You can take advantage of a free consultation without commiting to start the multi-level Insulite System. If you do begin the System, however, you will enjoy the reassurance of knowing you can continue to contact our experts for free advice.
To learn about Pre-Diabetes and Insulin Resistance, continue reading
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TYPE 2 DIABETES CAN INCREASE RISK
FOR BLINDNESS, KIDNEY DISEASE, AND CARDIOVASCULAR
If Pre-Diabetes is neglected, it can lead to Type 2 Diabetes.
In the vast majority of cases, this latter condition can only be
managed and can require daily
injections of insulin.
Some 41 million Americans are thought to be Pre-Diabetic, while
another 21 million already have Type 2 Diabetes. The various forms
of Diabetes have been collectively called "The Stealth Epidemic" and
the greatest health problem of the 21st Century by the New York
The next pages will explain how you can manage Pre-Diabetes,
reverse insulin resistance, lose weight, and maintain health.
INSULIN RESISTANCE IS A FACTOR IN PRE-DIABETES
Are you one of millions of people at risk of Pre-Diabetes by being
Scientists at the National Institutes of Health, Stanford University
and other research centers have identified the existence
and effects of Insulin Resistance, a condition that can be present with
excess weight gain and obesity, and a risk for Pre-Diabetes. If neglected Type 2 Diabetes can occur.
If you are among the 65% of the overweight population with Insulin
Resistance, your ability to manage your Pre-Diabetes and lose
weight may not have been within your control - until now.
This breakthrough understanding of metabolism remains
relatively unknown, even though Insulin Resistance has reached
You need to understand this link in order to manage it.
The Insulite Pre-Diabetes System is the first scientifically-designed
system that can help support your body's ability to reverse Insulin Resistance.
Click Here: What is Pre-Diabetes?
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System that can help you manage Pre-Diabetes
INSULIN SENSITIVITY - A VITAL FACTOR IN MANAGING PRE-DIABETES
In essence, our environment and lifestyles have evolved too rapidly
for our bodies to keep pace. We are still genetically "wired" to
thrive on the entrenched habits of our ancestors, who consumed
different, nutrient-rich food in a diet low in simple carbohydrates and
who sustained greater levels of movement and exercise. Some people
may also have a genetic predisposition to Insulin Resistance, while
others can develop the condition through high stress and unhealthy
Over time, the above factors can create Insulin Resistance, which
can desensitiz the cells of your body to insulin and can impair the
complex and vital process whereby insulin helps convert glucose
into energy at the cell membrane. Insulin Resistance is a
factor in the reduction of the insulin sensitivity of your cells.
As a result, glucose and insulin levels become unhealthy in your
bloodstream which can lay the foundation for Pre-Diabetes.
When glucose and
insulin levels are unhealthy but not yet elevated enough
for to be considered Type 2 Diabetes, you can be Pre- Diabetic. When your cells become insensitive
to insulin, it is like having too few insulin receptors to process
glucose into energy. This results can be too much insulin and glucose "free-floating" in
your bloodstream, that can be the basis for the onset of Pre-Diabetes.
(See illustrations below).
However, increasing insulin sensitivity can help you manage the
symptoms of Pre-Diabetes.
INFLAMMATION – ROGUE ELEMENT?
Another factor in Pre-Diabetes could be the role of inflammation,
which is part of the body's immune system.
Inflammation triggers a defense response to harmful stimuli or
injury by sending specialized blood cells to affected areas where
they can attack "invaders" like the renegade molecules called "free
radicals" and clean up dead and dying cells.
In the case of inflammation and Pre-Diabetes, the "invader" is
thought to be excess levels of insulin, which can be caused by
unhealthy blood glucose and insulin levels present in Insulin Resistance.
To learn more, click on Inflammation,
Insulin Resistance and Pre-Diabetes.
RISK FACTORS FOR PRE-DIABETES
There are a number of risk factors which can contribute to increased
risk for Pre-Diabetes. They are:
- a family history of Type 2 Diabetes or heart disease
- being overweight or obese
- being aged 45 or older
- suffering from hypertension (high blood pressure)
- being "apple-shaped" rather than "pear-shaped," meaning
that excess weight gathers around your waist, rather than your
- suffering from Gestational Diabetes while pregnant or giving
birth to a baby weighing more than 9 lbs
- eating an excess amount of simple carbohydrates
- leading a sedentary lifestyle with little or no exercise
- being Insulin Resistant
Researchers have found a link between Pre-Diabetes and other conditions
such as the cluster of cardiovascular diseases called Metabolic
Syndrome (or Syndrome X), as well as the hormonal imbalance called
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) - a major cause of menstrual
irregularity and female infertility, as well as skin conditions
like acne, excess body and facial hair and female baldness.
Research has indicated that up to 40% of women with PCOS can also have Pre-Diabetes or Type 2 Diabetes by the age of 40. All these
findings raise the bar for Pre-Diabetes prevention,
making it even more important that doctors correctly diagnose the
condition and instruct their patients about Insulin Resistance.
We believe a complete system is needed to reverse
Insulin Resistance, a factor in Pre-Diabetes.
THE INSULITE PRE-DIABETES SYSTEM
Insulite Pre-Diabetes System is the first scientifically-formulated
plan to address the underlying concern for Pre-Diabetes, insulin sensitivity. The Insulite Pre-Diabetes System can help support your capacity
to manage glucose and
excess glucose in the bloodstream and maintain overall healthy levels of insulin before Pre-Diabetes can occur.
This comprehensive system helps you lose weight, which
can be a key step towards reversing Insulin Resistance and managing Pre-Diabetes.
Please go to the next page to read
about how the Insulite System is scientifically-designed to help
reverse Insulin Resistance - an underlying cause of Pre-Diabetes.
Click here to
read about Insulin Resistance
here to read how Pre-Diabetes and Insulin Resistance
can be unhealthy conditions
Please Note: The Insulite Pre-Diabetes System
is not a medical treatment and neither is it a substitute
for the advice of your primary care physician. Instead,
the Insulite System is primarily a nutritional and lifestyle
approach that supports your body's abilities to better
manage your condition.
Consult your doctor before beginning the Insulite System and seek his or her advice about monitoring your condition while keeping him or her informed of your progress and experiences. Individual results will vary.