If you’re looking for a way to get healthier and live longer, put insulin sensitivity at the top of your list for things to get to work on. You’ve probably heard about the health consequences of insulin resistance. From diabetes to an increased risk of heart disease, it’s no wonder insulin resistance receives a lot of attention. But what about the opposite side of the spectrum—insulin sensitivity?
Insulin sensitivity is a key player in the prevention of chronic illness, although it’s often overlooked and unacknowledged. The sooner you take action to control your insulin sensitivity now, the less risk you have for developing a multitude of diseases later in your life.
Luckily for you, there are lots of easy, natural ways to increase your insulin sensitivity to help you prevent and fight disease. But first, let's dive into an explanation of insulin, as well as the differences between insulin sensitivity and insulin resistance.