Dr. Bikman’s ongoing research drives Insulin IQ’s mantra to change the world’s health through reversing Insulin Resistance.

Dr. Bikman’s ongoing research drives Insulin IQ’s mantra to change the world’s health through reversing Insulin Resistance.

Benjamin Bikman, PhD is among the world’s foremost scientists on metabolic health and insulin resistance.

Dr. Bikman has a PhD in Bioenergetics and a postdoctoral fellowship with the Duke-National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders. He currently explores the contrasting roles of insulin and ketones as key drivers of metabolic function. Ben frequently publishes his research in peer-reviewed journals, presents at science meetings, and is internationally recognized as a leading scientist based on his expertise in insulin resistance and metabolic disorders. The Insulin IQ team relies heavily on Dr. Bikman’s work in the continuing development of our coaching program.

Benjamin Bikman, PhD is among the world’s foremost authorities on metabolic health.

Dr. Bikman has a PhD in Bioenergetics and a postdoctoral fellowship with the Duke-National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders. He currently explores the contrasting roles of insulin and ketones as key drivers of metabolic function. Ben frequently publishes his research in peer-reviewed journals, presents at science meetings, and is internationally recognized as a leading scientist based on his expertise in insulin resistance and metabolic disorders. The Insulin IQ team relies heavily on Dr. Bikman’s work in the continuing development of our coaching program.

Ben is a cofounder of two synergistic companies:

Insulin IQ provides nutrition and lifestyle coaching for insulin control and better health through science-based education and outcome-driven coaching.

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To assist people in achieving their best health, Dr. Bikman and his co-founding team of nutrition experts created HLTH Code Complete Meal.

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Dr. Bikman spends the majority of his time tending to his responsibilities as a professor and researcher in the Department of Physiology and Developmental Biology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. However, his passion and energy have driven him beyond science to actually developing tools and resources that are helping change the world’s health through insulin control.

In his new book, Why We Get Sick, Dr. Bikman documents both 1) the rise of insulin resistance and its role in so many of today’s “plagues of prosperity” and 2) how to fight back.

Dr. Bikman spends the majority of his time tending to his responsibilities as a professor and researcher in the Department of Physiology and Developmental Biology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. However, his passion and energy have driven him beyond science to actually developing tools and resources that are helping change the world’s health through insulin control.

In his new book, Why We Get Sick, Dr. Bikman documents both 1) the rise of insulin resistance and its role in so many of today’s “plagues of prosperity” and 2) how to fight back.


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