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In Defence of Insulin

Is it a scapegoat of today’s nutritional metabolic problems?

High-carbohydrate, high-fat, high-protein and high on life. (Photo by me).

If you’re even somewhat well versed in today’s “nutritional pop-culture” you have likely seen that carbohydrates, whole-grains, cereals, starchy vegetables, fruit and sweets — or anything composed of the unsuspecting monosaccharide; glucose, is very much out of style.

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Evidence-based nutrition articles written by a registered dietitian.

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Kristen Eleanor

Kristen Eleanor

Registered Dietitian & Freelance Nutrition Writer

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