What Comes First Rising Blood Sugar Level, Or Rising Blood Insulin Level?
Majid Ali, M.D.
No question is more important for stemming the global tides of insulin toxicity and diabetes than the question in the title.
(Part of the Diabetes Question Series)
Insulin levels rise first, usually by five, ten, or more years before blood sugars level rise.
Why is this important?
Because insulin toxicity continues to cause cellular damage in the liver, kidneys, heart, brain, eyes and other organs unknown to the patient and the doctor if insulin tests are not done.