Indulgence Days have been discouraged for almost 5 years now due to the metabolic sensitivity of our clients. It was once thought that an indulgence day would be beneficial in helping to manage cravings, however many found that it became increasingly more challenging to “recover” from a day of indulgence due to the spiking of blood sugars and insulin levels. Occasional indulgences are managed on a client-by-client basis.
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- Are we no longer encouraging an "indulgence day"?
- For years, we have been emphasizing the importance of “waking up” the pancreas and training it to produce the correct amount of insulin by consuming it in one sitting, during the morning meal, so that we “spike” insulin only once per day. The new Stabiliz
- Is an indulgence day still going to be recommended? If not, how has new science research made this invalid?
- The golden rule of Maintenance has always been the separation of carbs and fats. I was taught that when we keep these macros separated, we avoid elevating blood sugar thereby minimizing insulin production and fat storage. With the new Stabilization phase,