A system in balance runs efficiently and effectively. Think of tuning up your car and changing the oil, which results in improved gas mileage. Our bodies are no different. When we are in balance we have energy, efficiency, and vitality. When we are out of balance we have “dis-ease” and inefficiency. Let’s consider Type 2 diabetes as an example. Once an individual has a certain lab value criterion we then name it Type 2 diabetes and develop a treatment plan. But Type 2 diabetes does not just happen.
There are many signs and symptoms of a system that is overworked and out of balance. Yet we might not pay attention to those signs.
We will show signs of insulin resistance, which is an example of a system out of balance. Are we paying attention when our bodies try to communicate?
There are many signs and symptoms of a system that is overworked and out of balance. Yet we might not pay attention to those signs. Think of an overheated engine. We would see the temperature gauge go up, perhaps even see some smoke.
Well, often our bodies are overheated and sending us “smoke signals.” These may be signs of insulin…