According to the CDC -
It's important to keep your blood sugar levels in your target range as much as possible to help prevent or delay long-term, serious health problems, such as heart disease, vision loss, and kidney disease. Staying in your target range can also help improve your energy and mood.
Symptoms of blood sugar Imbalance
If you’re insulin resistant, your blood sugar is disrupted. In turn, you end up with a variety of symptoms. Low energy, intense cravings, irritability, sleeping disruption, trouble concentrating, and possibly increased fat storage (particularly around your belly) are all consequences. These are some symptoms that accompany blood sugar irregularities:
How to balance blood sugar with food
Good news is, insulin resistance can be corrected with changes in diet and lifestyle habits.
TWO major ways through food choices that help are
#1 : Choosing High Quality Carbohydrates :
On a regular basis, choose complex forms of carbohydrates. Such as low glycemic fruit (berries), beans, legumes, sweet potatoes, squash, steel-cut or rolled oats, brown rice, quinoa and spelt and 100% whole wheat flours
#2 : Increase your Fiber Intake
Fiber—particularly soluble fiber—can slow the absorption of sugar and help improve blood sugar levels.
Our product additions today in our Health and Wellness release are specifically formulated to help balance blood sugar.