Three Tips to Keeping Blood Sugar Stable

Do you ever get light-headed when standing up, feel fatigued and depressed during the day, possibly become shaky or irritable between meals? Are you suffering from medical issues such as hypoglycemia or diabetes? Even feeling insecure or homebound can be signs of blood sugar imbalance. Living with glycemic imbalances is more than difficult and disrupting. It can take your life away. Yet, many people adopt a reverse approach by using prescription drugs, eating unsuitable foods, and not performing to change their lifestyle. Simply because they do not know or are overwhelmed by all that is suggested. I understand first hand that keeping blood sugar stable can be very confusing, complicated, and stressful. Thankfully, there are productive moves we can make to feel more energetic all day. Here are three effective suggestions for keeping blood sugar stable. 1. Take Bio-Glycozyme Forte, a natural food-grade supplement. 2. Be aware of the sugar glycemic index in everything you consume. 3. Eat and live the keto diet lifestyle. Following these recommendations can be challenging. But, it will help to reduce blood sugar spikes plus change your energy from burnout and tired to outlasting and energetic! You better believe it. Day after day, keeping blood sugar stable will drastically direct your life toward optimal health and happiness. Let's get started by looking at some specific details.

It's impossible to change your diet and lifestyle overnight. So, taking a natural, food-grade supplement is a great start to keeping blood sugar stable and healthy glycemic function. The product I use and recommend is called Bio-Glycozyme Forte by Biotics Research. It is only supplied to doctors and health practitioners with physician support. This specific product has the right balance of vitamins, minerals, and glandulars created to support normal, healthy glycemic function. Now you can take advantage of this supplement to help regulate blood sugar without even seeing a doctor or nutritionist and paying that extra cost. Once your blood sugar levels are supported by this supplement, dieting and lifestyle changes will become more appealing, since there is less resistance to managing uncontrollable blood sugar levels. With less resistance, wanting to eat healthy foods becomes more willingly. You'll be surprised. Once you start experiencing a healthy glycemic balance of longevity throughout the day, and good sleep throughout the night, you won't want to eat the foods that spike and lower blood sugar. This support is amazing and a great way to start keeping blood sugar stable and balanced.

A very important factor when sustaining blood sugar levels is researching the Glycemic Index (GI) of your food. This may take time at first but is highly important for a few reasons. Knowing the glycemic index is essential for keeping blood sugar stable because the glycemic index confirms the carb ranking and explains how blood sugar levels are influenced by digestion, absorption, and metabolism. Take honey for example. It is natural and seems like a healthy alternative to refined white sugar, in which it is. But, for someone who is keeping blood sugar stable, this would spike then drop it, due to the high carb count and high glycemic index of honey. Low glycemic sugars you might want to try are coconut palm sugar, monk fruit, or stevia (not Splenda or Sweet n Low). Foods with a glycemic index of 70 are considered high. Common high glycemic foods to stay away from are white rice, white bread, bagels, pastries, potatoes, crackers, sodas especially diet soda, sugary drinks, fruit juice, even tropical fruits like oranges, mangos, and watermelon. Foods with a glycemic index of "55" or less, have a longer process in the body. The longer the food processes in the body, the longer blood sugar will remain stable. Examples of foods with a glycemic index of less than 55 are most vegetables, oats, coconut oil, flaxseed, basmati rice, kidney beans, lentils, legumes, peanuts, nuts, and seeds. So, now that you grasp the importance of identifying the sugar content and the glycemic index of foods, you are ready for the next suggestion.

Effectively keeping blood sugar stable means eating the "Keto Diet." It's not just a fad for 2020. It is essential for maintaining blood sugar levels. Keeping your body in ketosis is a natural metabolic state when our bodies burn healthy fats and proteins rather than carbs and sugar. Burning (eating) sugar as we experience causes our energy to spike then drop. Burning healthy fats and oils create a long-lasting energy effect that remains throughout the day. To stay in ketosis, munch on raw or roasted nuts and seeds, healthy protein, and organic vegetables. Listed below are some foods and ingredients. You can create your meals or find thousands of recipes online. If you don't have time to make each meal, try meal prepping. If needed, reheat meals on the stove, oven, or toaster oven (never use a microwave). Healthy proteins to include in your blood sugar-stabilizing diet are chicken, lamb, organic beef, turkey (not deli meat, that would be packaged and processed). Enjoy your choice of low carb organic vegetables such as bell peppers, asparagus, mushrooms, zucchini, summer squash, sweet potatoes, spinach, avocados, cauliflower. Surprisingly beets, carrots, and potatoes are high in sugar and carbs so avoid those to keep blood sugar stable. Explore and try new foods. There are so many choices out there. More snacks to help keep blood sugar stable are nuts and seeds like almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews, pistachios, sunflower seeds, and chia seeds (no salt or sugar coating). We know eating carbs and sugar is not good for keeping blood sugar stable. Yet neither is fast food, packaged food, processed food, or artificial anything. These foods spike and lower our blood sugar more and more with each time we consume them. This has the opposite impact from the ketosis state, so it is important to be stronger than temptation and stay committed to your new keto lifestyle. There is going to change which difficult at first, but well worth it once the transition is over. You can do it!

Hopefully, these tips and tidbits of information helped. There is so much on the internet it can be overwhelming to know where to start, who to take advice from, and who not to. Whether you're in a chronic condition or not, consider reaching out to me. Remember, as a certified health practitioner, I am here for you with doctor guidance, protocols, and support. If you have questions or concerns, feel free to email me at I will reply within one day to ensure you start your journey on keeping blood sugar stable. Check out for an overview of my approach to holistic healing. You can make an appointment for a free 20 minute consultations. I highly recommend the first time client 60 minute session. You can discover so much about your well-being in one gathering it's unheard of and unbelievable. See for yourself. Until then, check out the supplement Bio-Glycozyme Forte, research the glycemic index (GI) of your food, and start on that keto-style diet! Your goal of keeping blood sugar stable includes feeling good, having energy that lasts throughout the day, and being able to fall asleep with ease at night. I can't wait to hear how this worked for you.

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