The word protein has been an up and coming word in my vocabulary and incorporation into my food habits, but is it for everyone? This article outlines why whey protein in the morning can help those who are diabetic, or close, manage their insulin, blood pressure and even weight. It breaks down a recent study conducted, provides the chemical processes that the whey does when it circulates through your system and encourages healthy discussion about whey protein through the journal of nutritional biochemistry.
- Due to the plague-like nature of the standard American Diet that inflames muscles and joints, suffocates cellular energy, and weakens immunity, many Americans now suffer from type 2 diabetes.
- It is worthy to note that type 2 diabetes can be cured with lifestyle and dietary changes because the nutrients in our food can control the hormones for it.
- The author wonders why many persons accept diabetes as a chronic, lifelong condition that requires perpetual medication when there are several ways to solve it through healthy lifestyle approach.
“The Israeli study followed 48 overweight and obese adults with type-2 diabetes for 23-month study conducted by the Tel Aviv University. Each participant consumed the same number of calories for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but was separated into three different breakfast diets.”