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Blood Sugar Stabilizer

by Rosaria Wetzell (2020-07-31)

In 20 years of seeing diabetic Blood Sugar Stabilizer patients, one becomes familiar with certain patterns of illness and behavior. Any seasoned physician can list a dozen reasons why a patient's blood sugar may be uncontrolled. Here is my top 10 list of reasons why your blood sugar may be too high. Your overall calorie intake is too high. For most Type 2 diabetics, the body is still capable of producing some insulin, but perhaps not enough to help you metabolize your food adequately. Cutting your calories back by a third may be all you need to do. You eat foods with a high glycemic index. When it comes to diabetes, not all food is created equal. Simple carbohydrates (sugars, bread, cereal, rice, potatoes, pasta) are absorbed quickly, thereby elevating the blood glucose level quickly - too quickly for the pancreas to respond adequately. Eating the same calories in the form of foods that are absorbed more slowly (protein, fat) will cause less of a spike in your blood sugar. Your body mass index is too high. Having too much adipose tissue within the body makes it more difficult for the body to utilize insulin. Once you've dropped your extra weight, you may be able to eat the same number of calories, but have your diabetes under better control. You don't take your medication as directed. Many patients not only 'cheat' by eating a cookie now and then, but by skipping their medicine more frequently than they admit to. Lying to yourself will make it difficult for both you and your doctor to keep your diabetes under control.You're not on enough diabetic medicine. Although your diabetic treatment probably started with only a single medication, it's quite common to require additional medicine as time goes by. This may be accomplished by using either a higher dose of the drug you're already on, or by taking a combination of two or more medications. You don't exercise enough.

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