Ins and Outs of Insulin are Revealed by Weight Loss Specialist Natalie Jill

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( — May 25, 2013) San Diego, CA —  “A lot of people do not completely understand what Insulin is, the use of it, or its importance,” the weight loss and fitness guru Natalie Jill explains. She goes in depth into all of these questions in her report titled “Insulin-Everything You Need to Know.” The sought after health consultant begins by saying, “people hear the word ‘insulin’ and they mostly associate it with diabetes, and don’t pay much attention to what it means to their own body. Insulin gets a ‘bad rap’ because of its direct association with diabetes, but Insulin plays a BIG role in EVERY body.”

Insulin is responsible for determining whether an individual is storing or burning fat, an individual’s energy levels, mental awareness, athletic performance, and even the possibility of chronic disease development. It is a hormone that is secreted by the pancreas when an individual has eaten carbohydrates, because when a person eats carbohydrates, the carbohydrates are absorbed into the bloodstream (as glucose), which in turn increases the blood sugar levels. The pancreas secretes insulin to help the body breakdown the increased blood sugar (glucose), and store it as glycogen in the muscles and liver.  If the glycogen stores in the muscles and liver are full, then the ‘excess’ blood sugar is stored as body fat. If the body is secreting insulin, it is in a ‘storing’ process, and no body fat will be burned.

“Carbohydrates are directly tied to your insulin levels, but fats have a part in this as well.  If you are eating healthy fats with your meals, these fats will slow the digestion of carbohydrates which will slow the rise in blood sugar which will keep those insulin spikes at bay,” says Natalie Jill the weight loss coach and instructor. “To have a proper balance, you have to be conscious of, and increase your Omega 3 intake, which can be found in fish, wild meats, and grass fed beef. Eating BAD fats (trans-fats) or not eating the proper balance of omega 3 and omega 6 fats, makes it so that cells won’t be able to convert the blood sugar easily, leading to insulin resistance,” says Natalie. Insulin resistance is also known as type 2 diabetes.

Natalie Jill explains more about insulin, giving advice and tips in her report titled “Insulin-Everything You Need to Know” on the website For more information or to contact weight loss expert Natalie Jill, contact