i'm probably not going to word this right or overgeneralizing but whatever,
what are the precursors (hormones, minerals etc) that MAJORLY affect insulin, especially hyperinsulinemia
so far i have
high cortisol low magnesium sex hormones-- high testosterone (in women), low SHBG.........
asked byholly_1 (661)
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on January 23, 2012
at 10:45 PM
Having too much leptin!
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