I recently chatted with Brian Williamson from the Ketovangelist team. Here is a link to the podcast.
While insulin is becoming more recognised as a major player in metabolic health, there are a number of other hormones that deserve attention. One of these is leptin. Leptin is … Continue reading
Along with many other experts, I see little value in measuring fasting insulin. However, my reasons may differ to others. One reason is that fasting insulin does not generally reflect … Continue reading
On Monday, the 2017 FIZZ (fighting sugar in soft-drinks) symposium was held in Auckland. There was an overwhelming support for New Zealand to tax sugar-sweetened beverages. Today, this opinion … Continue reading
Over the weekend, I presented on early detection of Metabolic disease at the NZ Hospital Pharmacists conference. I hadn’t been to this conference before and my accepted abstract on … Continue reading
Many people seem to think that they can predict whether someone is hyperinsulinaemic or not from fasting insulin. “My fasting insulin values is less than 5 µU/mL, this means I’m … Continue reading