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8 Natural Ways To Stabilize Blood Sugar

natural ways to stabilize blood sugarBlood sugar or glucose is a major source of energy for every cell in your body. Too much or little glucose in your bloodstream can leads to complications such as heart disease, diabetes, fertility problems and memory problems.

Your blood sugar levels associated with the type and amount of foods you eat, and your body’s ability to create insulin – a hormone that regulates energy and glucose metabolism in your body.

Blood sugar or glucose levels need to be regulated as part of metabolic homeostasis because it affects how the body distributes glucose. Normal blood sugar or glucose levels for humans should be about 90 mg/100ml blood or equivalent to 5mM (mmol/l).

While there are many medications available to stabilize blood sugar, you might want to try some natural methods as they don’t have any side effects like hypoglycemia, gastrointestinal discomfort and weight gain.

Here are 8 natural ways that you can take to stabilize blood sugar levels:

  1. Exercise regularly
    Physical activity helps the body control blood glucose. According to a new study conducted by the CDC, brisk walking regularly can prolong the lives of people with diabetes to walk to make the cells more receptive to insulin, which leads to better control blood sugar. Half an hour of walking everyday will help to reduce blood sugar levels. It not only help absorb sugar and blood sugar levels, but also increase your metabolism and overall insulin sensitivity.
  2. Drink Green tea
    Regular consumption of green tea without sugar helps to reduce the glucose from the blood. If you do not drink green tea, then you also can opt for black tea without sweeteners as well. It has same effect as green tea.
  3. Have lemon juice
    Lemon contains vitamin C, that can lower the glycemic index of food enough. Squeeze lemon juice over the food or drink a glass of lemon juice after every meal. Don’t added sugar in it.
  4. Eat smaller portions of food but often
    In order to stabilize blood sugar you should eat small meals and balanced meals every 2-3 hours. This will help avoid blood sugar spikes and a large release of insulin that results after a big meal, and will allow blood sugar to drop a little time in between meals. The size of the food should be reduced according to the total calorie intake has not changed.
  5. Eat high fiber food
    Fiber is the undigested part of fruits, grains, nuts, and vegetables. When eating high fiber foods, glucose is absorbed more slowly, thus lower the blood sugar and preventing the sharp spikes. A diet that includes insoluble fiber has been associated with a decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
  6. Eat protein-rich foods
    Protein are known to degrade the quality of blood sugar. However, you must choose the white meat. Consuming low-fat dairy products, like low-fat milk and cheese, are also very helpful.
  7. Do not miss Chromium
    Chromium can help people with type 2 diabetes control their blood sugar. Chromium is an active component of glucose tolerance factor (GTF), which helps insulin improve its action. Some studies report that chromium supplementation may improve diabetes control. The best source of chromium are eggs, beef and grains.
  8. Laugh
    A study conducted by Japanese researchers found that people with type 2 diabetes who watch comedy shows and laugh immediately after meal blood sugar levels significantly lower than those who attend a boring lecture.

By keeping blood sugar levels within a healthy range you can deduct the risk of developing complications and live a healthy lifestyle.

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6 Responses to "8 Natural Ways To Stabilize Blood Sugar"

  1. The last way is very interesting!

  2. For my health, I prefer natural ways now. I seldom take chemical medicine….

  3. Hezy says:

    Yes, it’s better to take natural ways, no side effect!!

  4. Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

  5. I haven’t checked in here for a while because I thought it was getting boring, but the last few posts are good quality so I guess I’ll add you back to my daily bloglist :)

    • Hezy says:

      Glad to see you here, i will keep post more quality articles. Thanks for stopping by!!

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