MANAGING BLOOD SUGAR
PREVENTING OR REVERSING TYPE 2 DIABETES AND LOWERING A1c LEVELS
Did you know you have the ability to prevent and reverse type 2 diabetes? You don’t have to be a statistic! With sensible food choices, a healthy exercise routine, and herbal remedies you can fight type 2 diabetes and look forward to a healthy future.
THE SUGAR AND INSULIN CONNECTION
Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas. It picks up sugars in the bloodstream and carries them into the cells for energy. The more starch you eat, the more insulin your body needs to produce. High-sugar and high-carbohydrate diets put a huge burden on your insulin production. There is simply too much sugar for insulin to process, and increasingly higher levels of sugar remain in the bloodstream.
There’s another complication. Because high-sugar and refined carbohydrate foods cause inflammation, the body’s own natural inflammatory reaction can impair the ability of insulin to do its job, so cells become starved for energy. If cells start to ignore insulin (called “insulin resistance”), they do not respond to insulin’s signals to accept sugar into the cell for energy production. Starved too long, cells start to die. Ironic, isn’t it, that a disease we associate with overeating actually causes starvation at the cellular level?
But high blood sugar and diabetes is not inevitable. Despite the statistics, you can stabilize and reverse your high blood sugar levels.
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The Bottom Line:
Type 2 diabetes and high blood sugar have been described as a “preventable epidemic.” I believe that’s true. Sensible adjustments to diet and exercise can go a long way towards reversing the disease, but you should also consider an amazing herbal discovery that helps keep your blood sugar levels where they should be throughout the day.
This remarkable botanical will:
• Safely reduce blood sugars to a healthier level
• Help metabolize carbohydrates and sugars
• Keep sugar levels stable throughout the day
If you’ve ever wondered why we’re seeing such an epidemic of diabetes and prediabetes, all you have to do is look at our diets. In a very short time, we have dramatically increased our consumption of sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and refined carbohydrates, like white flour and white rice.
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