Hi, it's David Andrews...
For more than 5 years I looked for the best way to support my blood sugar levels into healthy balance... And I've uncovered the following tips
1. Be mindful of your food choices.
The "diabetic diet" can seem ominous and confusing. There are many messages that can confuse any diabetic:
Don't eat sugar, count your carbohydrates, watch out for high glycemic index foods, eat good fat, limit bad fat, and eat more fiber!
When discussing the effects of carbohydrates, protein and fat on blood sugar, portion control will help control blood glucose. One hundred percent of the carbohydrates you eat turn into sugar within a few hours of eating.
Carbohydrates are any starch, fruit, milk, yogurt or sweet that you eat. Fortunately you don't have to avoid these foods, but be aware of your portions.
The purpose of glucose in the bloodstream (blood sugar) is to provide energy.
Since exercise requires energy, it helps you "use up" your blood sugar. Exercise also supports your blood pressure, improve circulation, decrease stress, improve sleep and aid in digestion.
Doctors recommend that 150 minutes of exercise per week to promote and maintain a healthy weight. This is roughly 40 minutes 4 times per week which you can break into smaller bits. If you only have time for 15 minutes in the morning and 15 at lunch time, just do it!
One precaution to take when you have diabetes is to check your blood sugar before you exercise. If it is less than 100 mg/dl then eat a snack containing carbohydrates (like crackers or fruit) prior to exercise.
This will help to prevent hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
3. Reduce Stress
If something has you bothered, try to make changes that can help you relax. You might exercise, spend time with friends, meditate, or replace negative thoughts with positive ones.
Mental dialogue and the pictures in our minds are incredibly important.. So do whatever you need to feel centered, calm and happy again.
4. Cut Back on Alcohol
Drinking alcohol can drop blood sugar to dangerous levels for up to 24 hours after you finish your last drink. When you drink, the liver has to work to remove the alcohol from the blood instead of regulating blood sugar.
5. Log Your Progress As You Supplement To Health
Yes, this is something many people, unfortunately don't do as a habit.
Keeping a detailed daily log can help you track what affects glucose levels.
• That log can include:
• Taking BeLiv, Insulin and other medications
• Foods, especially carbs - this will help you lose weight
• Physical activity
• Sleep, stress & illness
After a week or so, see if you notice any patterns.
I have to confess that my life-time vision is that of a world where everybody can easily and affordably manage their lives with this consuming affection, named type 2 diabetes
And after many trials, I've perfected a simple, yet powerful formula, consisting of amazing plants and minerals - such as Ginseng, Grape Seed, Green Tea, African Mango, L-Carnitine, Chromium and Maca!
I couldn't keep this all to myself... So, together with the help of some friends who own a small supplement company, I've decided to produce it and make it available for everybody
This was the birth of BeLiv!
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