Patient Resources

On this page you will find resources that will assist you towards greater health. They are here specifically to assist you towards your health goals, and Luke may ask you to refer to these at the appropriate time during your care plan to assist your progress.

 
 
Insulin & Blood-Sugar Handling

Insulin & Blood-Sugar Handling

Insulin & blood-sugar handling

When we eat carbohydrates our blood sugar levels rise and our body releases insulin to take the sugar out of the blood and into the cells to be used as energy or stored as fat for later use. If insulin is released too much too often it creates what is called insulin resistance. This eventually leads to Type 2 Diabetes, and now research shows it is also a leading cause of Alzheimer's Disease.

We are going to establish a baseline for your tolerance to carbohydrates, and therefore getting insulin release under control.

 
Aerobic Rehabilitation - Burning Fats not Sugar

Aerobic Rehabilitation - Burning Fats not Sugar

Aerobic rehabilitation - Burning fats NOT sugar

This is important for increasing mitochondrial function in your cells, assisting your body to create more energy and endurance, while decreasing the risk of heart disease or stressing your nervous system beyond capacity.

Achieving aerobic rehabilitation has a dramatic effect not only on stress, anxiety, fatigue, & burnout, but also athletic performance and dramatically increases your capacity to engage, adapt and lead.

Get started by reading these two articles by Phil Maffetone.