You’re doing everything right. You’re limiting sugar and excess starch. You’re eating all the most blood sugar stabilizing foods. You’re not scared to eat fat. You look to fat and protein for blood sugar stability. You don’t subscribe to the hype that whole grains are chock full of fiber (they’re not) and should be the go-to for blood sugar control (they shouldn’t).
You’re in the know when it comes to diet and nutrition.
But when you tested your blood sugar, the results came back elevated.
What gives? Are you becoming a diabetic?
Maybe. Maybe not.
Blood sugar control is critical for optimal health and disease prevention. Ideally, your fasting glucose is between 80-90 mg/dL (this is the ideal functional reference range). But what if your results come back out of the ideal range?
The truth is, it’s not always as simple as eat-the-right-foods-and-everything-will-be-a-okay.
In this video, I break down the 7 Hidden Things Sabotaging Your Blood Sugar Levels. The points I talk about are unexpected, so be sure to watch the video till the end.
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