Posted by Andrea Nakayama
This month: the blood sugar blues?
You know what?
I’m sweet on you and your health.
That’s why I hosted the ‘Why Does Blood Sugar Matter’ Q&A last week and still want to take time to explore some of the top questions I receive about blood sugar.
It’s that important!
There are a host of possible causes for bogus blood sugar metabolism. Things such as:
Since this is an Eater’s Digest, before we move to those FAQ, the ones I hear most often that may be yours too, let’s do a quick review of your food, digestion and absorption.
BLOOD SUGAR SYNOPSIS
Let’s look at the Cliff Notes of your blood sugar regulation. . .
The muffin has been mechanically and chemically broken down to glucose.
So why do we care?
Let’s get to the FAQs. .. .
BLOOD SUGAR FAQ
[Question]: What is hypoglycemia?
I’m guessing you have more questions. I’d love for you to join us for the upcoming detox. . . You’re Not the Boss of Me: Controlling Your Blood Sugar so that it Doesn’t Control You, where we’ll be exploring these questions and more, and putting into practice the art of managing blood sugar for balance.
For now, take a moment to think about why blood sugar matters to YOU and YOUR health.
Blood sugar affects your mood, your weight, your mechanisms of hunger and your hormone balance. When it’s out of whack for too long it can lead to chronic disease states like diabetes, hypertension, Candida and persistent internal inflammation.
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