How More Dietary Protein Causes Insulin Resistance

 

Last month we discussed how attempts to find a causal mechanism by which changing the type of dietary fat or carbohydrate or altering the ratio of those two macronutrients promotes insulin resistance (IR) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM). A closer look at the best available evidence shows that varying the amount and type of dietary fat and carbohydrate independent of any change in body weight or ...

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