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Why Your Diet Is Killing You: The Feel Great System

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Processed carbohydrates and sugar in our foods has become a staple ingredient in the modern diet, leading to a severe rise in cases of type 2 diabetes and other chronic conditions.

It may be hard to imagine, but this constant bathing our body in glucose is considered more deadly than the opioid crisis. Opioids kill over 100 people a day. But sugar, is just as addictive and even more deadly. According to data listed on the the CDC website, type 2 diabetes alone kills at least twice as many Americans as opioid overdoses on any given day.

Constantly Elevated Blood Glucose 

Tuffs University recently reported the results of their study, revealing that only 7% of the U.S. adult population has good cardiometabolic health. This is a health crisis, as cardiometabolic health includes several risk factors including type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and overweight and obesity.

According to the CDC, more than 1 in 3 people have prediabetes. Of those with prediabetes, more than 84% don't know they have it. Nearly 50% of people who are diagnosed with prediabetes go on to develop type 2 diabetes.

Insulin Resistance is Destroying our Health

Insulin resistance is the hidden epidemic that no one is talking about. In fact, you probably have insulin resistance but don’t even know it. Most of our chronic illnesses including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, even Alzheimer’s are largely rooted in insulin resistance, says Ben Bikman, Ph.D., a leading metabolic scientist and the best-selling author of “Why We Get Sick”.

Take this short quiz to learn if you have insulin resistance:

  • Do you have more fat around your belly than you’d like?
  • Do you have high blood pressure or a family history of heart disease?
  • Does eating salt affect your blood pressure?
  • Do you have high levels of blood triglycerides?
  • Do you retain water easily?
  • Do you have gout?
  • Do you have patches of darker colored skin or little bumps of skin (“skin tags”) at your neck, armpits, or other areas?
  • Do you have a family member with insulin resistance or type 2 diabetes?
  • Do you have/had gestational diabetes or PCOS (for women) or have “low testosterone (for men)?

According to Ben Bikman, Ph.D., if you answered ‘yes’ to any two questions (or more), then you almost assuredly have insulin resistance - the most common non-infectious health issue in the world.

What Does Insulin Do?

Our body naturally produces the hormone, insulin, to help keep your blood sugar at healthy levels, but sometimes our body doesn’t respond to insulin the way it should. When this happens, it’s called insulin resistance.

Insulin is a hormone that helps regulate your blood sugar and is made by an organ known as the pancreas that sits behind your stomach. Your pancreas sends insulin into your bloodstream after you eat or if it detects that your blood sugar levels are high. Once insulin enters your blood, it has 2 major jobs:

  1. Insulin takes sugar out of your blood and sends it into your cells to be used for energy. When you eat a meal with carbohydrates (including sugars), that’s where insulin comes in. Insulin helps take sugar out of the blood and sends it into cells to be put to good use. As a result, your blood sugar levels should return to normal.
  2. Insulin takes sugar out of your blood and stores it in muscles, fat cells, and the liver for later use. Even though it’s helpful for your cells to take in blood sugar for energy, they don’t need immediate access to that sugar all the time. In fact, insulin will take any extra blood sugar that your cells can’t use right away and send it to your muscle cells, fat cells, and liver to be stored for later use. When it’s stored, the original form of sugar, glucose, becomes another form of sugar known as glycogen. 

 We Just Don't Change Our Diets

The world is full of highly complicated diet strategies and ideas to get healthy. Most of those strategies are so strict and difficult that 90% of the population will never stick with them long enough to see any lasting benefit.

We’re all living busy lives! Our to-do lists are already full. So when it comes down to taking care of our health - willpower is not enough. With so many roadblocks getting in the way of our health goals, we need high-quality support. 

Introducing The Feel Great System

This is where The Feel Great System comes in! It is based on science-based principles that combines two natural food-based products that work synergistically to boost energy levels, support healthy blood sugar levels, reduce insulin resistance, control hunger, food cravings, mood and weight loss.

With the Feel Great System you can put the 80/20 principle to work for you. It’s simple, it’s easy and it works! You get amazing improvements in your health and well being—without all the stress and complications that come with strict diets.

Unicity Balance fiber, which is the foundational product in the system, is clinically proven to smooth the glucose release in our body. That results in lower insulin levels throughout our day and overall feeling better. Between reducing unhealthy insulin levels, eating healthier and increasing our physical activity our health can improves measurable!

To help you have a much better understanding of The Feel Great System, you can download the eBook as it outlines everything you need to know to have the best experience.

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