Insulin resistance is very much linked to excess weight, and improving weight makes a big impact. When looking at weight loss, a long term approach is always best, as short term radical changes are not maintainable.
Certainly one can improve insulin resistance with rapid weight loss over a short period, but if there is not a long term plan, the potential concern is that the weight will return along with the insulin resistance. With regards to the shakes, I can’t find the breakdown of the metrogenix on the internet, but assume it to be high in protein similar to the biogen.
Diets higher in protein can help with weight loss, but do need to be used in combination with a balanced meal plan. I don’t believe that you will be able to tolerate the shakes forever, and therefore there will need to be a transition to a more balanced meal. Certainly there are no long term data on staying on the shakes.
In reply to the question about eating fruits, carbs and veggies, certainly you can, but again if the aim is weight loss, then you need to look carefully at your daily calorie intake
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