New Research Indicates That Insulin Spike After Eating Is Actually a Good Thing

Researchers have conducted a study revealing that post-meal insulin surges might indicate good metabolic health, challenging the previously held belief that they are harmful. The study, which focused on long-term cardiometabolic implications in new mothers, found that higher corrected insulin response (CIR) levels are associated with better beta-cell function and a reduced risk of developing pre-diabetes or diabetes. This research could reshape the understanding of insulin’s role in metabolism and weight management.

The research challenges the idea that an insulin surge after eating is harmful.

Researchers at Sinai Health have discovered important insights into the link between post-meal Related

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