181: Insulin resistance from fat invading muscle cells?
Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 181
Question: Insulin resistance from fat invading muscle cells?
I think increased free fatty acids in the blood. That's going to be a normal reaction to dietary fat and I think that if you have increased fatty acids than increased glucose, that you have more energy to dispose off. And if you have more energy to dispose of, and you don't dispose off the energy, then that's going to cause insulin resistance.
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