Short answer: 4-6 hours after a meal the small intestine is emptied and the insulin-to-glucagon ratio declines; 25 hours after, hepatic glycogen is emptied; 5 days later the brain is adapted to ketones and gluconeogenesis reaches its minimal level. Moving from one to the other cannot occur with a small piece of signaling like the bite of an apple. It requires the preponderance of signaling.
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- How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting?
- Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms?
- How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium?
- Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal?
- What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors?
- Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride
- Major problems with B vitamin supplements
- Is food sensitivity testing useful?
- What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency?
- Does lipoic acid hurt methylation?
- Sulfur SIBO that just won’t go away.
- Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio.
- Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals.
- Managing pernicious anemia.
- Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium?
- Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity?
- When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity.
- How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs?
- What causes heat intolerance?
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