Leptin Resistance & Inflammation

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12 Feb, 2015 12:15 PM

(Q) Inflammation

(A) High leptin is a prominent cause of inflammation, reduce your leptin and you can only reduce leptin with diet.

Too much leptin leads to leptin resistance - starch or sugar does that – which contributes to all the chronic diseases.

Omega 6's including GLA can become very pro inflammatory - Gamma-linolenic acid or GLA is a fatty acid found primarily in vegetable oils.

  • Vegetable oils studies show that these oils can cause harm. These oils have made their way to all sorts of processed foods, including salad dressings, butter replicates, mayonnaise, cookies and more.

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