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High Blood Sugar is Dangerous – Needs to be Lowered:

High blood sugar (medically known as hyperglycemia) is most often caused by a glucose elevation resulting from wrong nutritional choices. Or you could say, …”it’s the junk food silly!”

According to a report published by Forbes, the average American consumes 765 grams of sugar over the course of five days. In comparison, the amount of sugar consumed over the course of five days in 1822 was 45 grams! Almost a 20-fold increase! 45 è 765 grams! This results in insulin spikes and eventually reduced insulin sensitivity. You’re basically wearing your pancreas!

Hyperglycemia is a risk factor for the development of various serious medical conditions including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Fortunately, there are several things you can do to naturally lower blood sugar and improve your health.

First off, I want to emphasize that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Don’t wait until things are off the rails. Take action today to make the needed lifestyle changes to avoid, the doctors having to prescribe drugs that have serious side effects!

Nutritional Changes

The consumption of highly processed foods in the US in the period from 2007 to 2012 represented approximately 60 percent of calories for the average person in the US, the British Medical Journal reported.

The relationship between processed foods, elevated blood sugar levels, obesity, cardiovascular disease and other medical problems is well-documented.

To control blood sugar levels naturally, you will first need to make a few nutritional and lifestyle changes. But it’s easier than you think.

Shop the perimeter of the supermarket and stay away from the aisles! All the processed foods that don’t need refrigeration probably aren’t food!

Avoid packaged and pre-made foods as much as possible. The same applies to fast food. You’ve heard about the story of the McDonald’s hamburger that was left in the coat pocket, hung in a closet for a couple of years? It kind of just turned to cardboard. There were so many chemicals it never rotted. I’ve always said, if the bacteria won’t eat, neither should you.

Cooking your own meals from scratch doesn’t have to be complicated – there are dozens of simple recipes that are healthful and tasty. A slow cookers or crock pots are inexpensive and can make things even easier (just throw everything inside, program the appliance in the morning and dinner is ready in the evening!)

Certain foods are known to lower blood sugar naturally. Choose complex carbohydrates as they “burn” much slower than simple sugars, that if not exercised out of your body, will spike and cause an insulin rush . Here’s a short list:

  • Oatmeal (old-fashioned or Steel Cut)
  • Yams (almost same as sweet potatoes)
  • Brown rice (love basmati, a long grain rice)
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Multigrain hot cereal (mix or barley, oats, rye, triticale, and a few others)
  • White potatoes with skin (glycemic index be damned!)
  • Beans and lentils (great for healthy chili recipes)
  • Cream of rice hot cereal
  • Quinoa
  • Couscous
  • Pumpkin
  • Butternut squash
  • Fresh Beets

 

They don’t cause a massive peak in glucose levels but rather lead to slow energy release. There are alternatives for rice, flour, pasta and even pizza dough if you want to indulge once in a while.

A few great foods that give you energy without elevating blood sugar include avocados, all kinds of fatty fish, fruits like sour cherries and most kinds of berries, leafy green vegetables, lean meats, eggs, chia, quinoa, all kinds of nuts, all kinds of whole grains. If you still need a bit of sweetness, go for something natural and calorie-free like stevia. Atkins makes a line of products that while not really that great, do have high protein content and less sugar than other brands.

Exercise

Regular exercise is one of the essentials for increasing insulin sensitivity and keeping blood sugar levels under control. Your base guideline is 30 minutes of brisk walking a day. I know you can do that. Once you start creating endorphins from exercise, you’ll want to do more. Find a gym that has a swimming pool. It’s relaxing in the water and if you swim at a moderate pace, it’s really a full body workout.

Higher insulin sensitivity makes it easier for cells to use up sugar as a source of energy. Different activities will provoke a different response. Thus, you may want to have your blood sugar levels checked every now and then to find out which exercise variety delivers the best results for you.

Natural Supplementation

Various natural supplements are an excellent choice for the lowering of blood sugar levels. Berberine is one of the options that is as highly effective as metformin and in fact can be used in conjunction with metformin.

My mom was hospitalized a couple of years ago. They knew she was diabetic type II but nonetheless, her blood sugar was highly elevated even with metformin. She started taking a good dose of Berberine and we got it under control in just a few weeks.

Berberine is a natural substance found in several plant species. Clinical trials suggest that regular berberine supplementation helps for the lowering of both blood sugar levels and cholesterol in individuals suffering from type 2 diabetes.

Fiber supplements are another great choice, especially if you’re still in the process of improving your diet and you don’t get sufficient amounts of fruits and veggies. Fiber slows down the digestion of carbs and it keeps blood sugar levels from experiencing a sudden spike.

These are just a few of the simple things you can do to control blood sugar levels naturally but they’re not the only ones. Drinking a lot of water is a great idea. The same applies to controlling your stress levels for the purpose of enhancing your hormonal balance. Don’t forget to check your blood sugar levels regularly and if the current adjustments aren’t delivering the desired effect, modify your approach.

Prevention is still much, much easier than cure. Always ask the question: Do I need medication to solve this or can I make the needed changes through lifestyle or nutrition? Most of the time, the answer will be you can make the change through lifestyle and nutrition.

All my life, I’ve had a basic distrust of the medical system. I know doctors are great people and they study long and hard to attain their place in society. But today’s doctors, while smart and hardworking seem to have their ladder joined to an industry fraught with governmental / industrial corruption. Doctors receive almost no training in nutritional remedies. They are very busy studying pharmacology to think about nutrition as medicine. It’s almost cliché now, but Hippocrates is credited with saying, “Let thy food be thy medicine, and medicine thy food.”  

We, as a nation are the most medicated people on earth. But what are these medications trying to do? They are not curing disease they are attempting to reduce symptoms. Doctors want to reduce pain? And we get an opioid crisis…

From a skeptic’s point of view, we cannot call our “health care system” health care at all! It’s sick care.

You keep having to come back for more and more medications because the first prescription doesn’t fix you.

Integrative nutrition is just another way of thinking and looking at human health.

This combo pack called  Blood Sugar Control Kit, normally $89 marked down to $57 for a 90 Day Supply for only 63 cents a day. Let’s keep those blood sugar numbers under control.