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It seems to me that people who are insulin resistant have problems when they eat carbohydrates. But, that problem goes away once they become insulin sensitive. However, as long as those people keep eating animal protein and fat, they remain insulin resistant. There are plenty of studies, blogs and articles on this site that demonstrate how this works. Eating animal foods may appear to be making them well (false security) but the moment they are given some healthy complex carbohydrates to eat, they begin to have problems again. The solution is not more meat. The solution is no meat and more whole plant based foods. Once the animal foods and refined oils are completely removed from the diet, the body heals itself, they become insulin sensitive and the complex carbohydrates no longer cause the insulin spikes.