Are you constantly feeling tired and run-down? Do you get a tingling feeling in your hands and feet? Do you find yourself constantly thirsty and thus always going to the bathroom? Does your weight seem to go up and down rapidly? If you get a cut, does it take a long time to heal? Even worse, do you get chronic infections?
Well, these are just some of the symptoms of blood sugar problems. A lot of people suffer from fatigue all the time and don’t even know that they may have a blood sugar problem. You may be one of them!
We may suffer from insulin resistance or a blood sugar regulation problem even before the blood test confirms diabetes. It takes a long time to see the blood sugar affecting your blood test result. This is the last stage and it’s too late for prevention.
Today, some 11 million Canadians (nearly 1 in 4) live with diabetes or prediabetes. If you are tired all the time and can’t focus on your work, you may well have the initial stage of difficulties regulating your blood sugar level. We don’t want your blood sugar regulation issues to turn into a problem that becomes a diabetic condition that needs medication.
The compounding issues between chronic fatigue and blood sugar issues are massively distressing and lifechanging. Well, here are some helpful tips.
Solutions are fortunately plentiful and very affordable. You can eliminate the early stage of Type 2 diabetes without medications by following simple five steps that include:
Exercise is the best remedy. Do combined exercises for your cardiovascular system and to build your muscles.
Optimize your diet: eliminate grains and sugars, especially fructose. Learn to read labels. Eat your vegetables first before eating carbohydrates or proteins. Your veggies must be at least 50% of your meal. Carbohydrates are best at 20-25% of your meal. Of course, avoid simple carbs like refined wheat, rice, or naturally high carbs like potatoes.
Monitor your fasting insulin level (If you already have a blood glucose meter). Optimize your Vitamin D.
Probiotics:Probiotics help to strengthen a “leaky gut” – that is, an intestinal leakage that allows pathogens into the bloodstream where they should not be. This invasion causes inflammation, and a host of conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, food allergies, chronic fatigue, hepatitis, and even diabetes. Dr. Mario Kratz, a Research Assistant Professor at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre, has found evidence of the link between inflammation and insulin resistance.
So with all of these symptoms, things become complicated. That is where the Health Monitoring Centre helps to sort things out. How do we do this? With proven scientific data accumulation with five different scanners that check your bodies multiple systems at the cellular level – it’s called a Bio-scan. The targeted health care program will help you tune up the best healing tool you have – your own body.
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