Learn 10 Ways To Naturally Reduce Blood Sugar In One Week
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Today, we’ll explore – The 10 Ways To Reduce Blood Sugar In One Week, Naturally – that can make a big improvement in preventing and reversing diabetes.
#10. Stay Hydrated
Water is the healthiest beverage, whether you’re diabetic or not. It helps to flush out excess glucose and can reduce someone’s risk of diabetes if they are prone to it.
#9. Get Quality Sleep
Lack of sleep is associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes. The hunger increases when you’re sleep-deprived. Also, it can lower the release of growth hormones, increases cortisol levels – messing with insulin sensitivity, and making it even harder to control your sugar levels.
When you’re stressed, your body releases hormones. These hormones, mainly cortisol and glucagon, can raise blood sugar. The main way you can reduce stress is to do something relaxing which can help improve glycemic control.
Exercise plays a big role in diabetes management. It helps to manage your weight, along with a proper diet. It also reduces stress and helps you sleep better at night. Your body uses blood glucose when you work out.
#6. Eat More Magnesium and Chromium
Deficiency in magnesium and chromium can increase your chances of developing diabetes. So, making sure you get enough can improve blood sugar control.
#5. A Dash of Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar may help to control cholesterol, balancing blood glucose, as well as supporting weight loss, and reducing hypertension.
#4. Add Some Fenugreek Seeds
Fenugreek seeds contain soluble fiber which can significantly reduce HbA1c levels and improve glucose metabolism.
#3. You May Need More Fiber
Fiber helps with digestion and is vital to keeping the body functioning properly. It can keep you full longer, and this is what you need for blood sugar control. It also helps to clear out the digestive system as well as maintaining beneficial gut bacteria – all of which improve your body’s glucose response.
#2. Limit Your Carbs
Lowering your carbs can help to improve your blood sugar levels. These are typically found in refined grains, candy, and other foods that have little nutrition.
#1. Lose Some Weight
Excess weight is the number one predictor of diabetes. A study found that diabetes risk is reduced by a whopping 16% for every kilogram of weight lost.
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