Regulatory hormone

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Regulatory hormone: refers to hormones that provide regulatory function in the body, such hormones trigger vital organ functions and hormonal secretions to release into circulation or cut back and stop production by vital organs such as the pancreas, liver, thyroid, etc.

Overview

The PRIMARY MASTER HORMONE in the body is leptin which is made by the fat cells.  Leptin signals the brain to either turn the pancreas on/off and produce more/less insulin.

Brain receptors are supposed to read leptin signals and then up/down regulate the pancreas’ production of insulin.

If brain receptors become glazed-over (coated with sugar based varnished) from elevated, circulating blood sugar, the body loses control of VITAL regulatory function that affects virtually every aspect of metabolism.

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Suggestions

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