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Three ways to lower blood sugar without medication

Posted by Avery Chernin on

Three ways to lower blood sugar without medication

Quick note before we get started - we are NOT advocating for anyone to stop taking their prescribed medications, or to use these in place of their current medication regimen.

 

1. The Low-Carb High-Fat (Keto) Diet

For those of you who have been following us for awhile, you know that we are big advocates of a low carb diet.

The reason being is that low carb diets has been the subject of literally dozens of different studies for their ability to effectively manage blood sugar levels.

Carbs are digested and turned directly into sugars. If your diet is rich in carbs you will be at greater risk for high blood sugar and type 2 diabetes.

On the other hand if your diet is very low in carbs you will have significantly less sugar entering your body, and as a result you can actually see blood sugar levels decrease.

We made our meal replacement shakes to help make low-carb diets accessible to everyone, because frankly, they can be pretty confusing!

 

2. Exercise

Now I know some of you may roll your eyes at this one, but studies have actually shown that as little as 20 minutes of exercise each day can reduce your chance of getting diabetes by a staggering 58%!

20 minutes a day!

That's it!

Now I know a lot of people don't like exercise, but we actually wrote an awesome article recently about a super simple "trick" to enjoy exercise that you need to check out.

We break down the reasons why lots of people don't like to exercise, and give you a super simple "hack" to help you enjoy your exercise, even if you've never liked it in the past.

 

3. Supplements

Natural supplements can be a great way to boost your results when used in conjunction with diet and exercise.

But when it comes to choosing the right supplements, you really need to do some good research and follow the science.

We wrote an article awhile ago about some great natural supplements with good scientific research behind them. If you're interested, you can read that blog post here.

Or if you want to skip the research and go straight to a super potent and highly bioavailable natural supplement, you can check out our Blood Sugar Support supplement.

We included not just the most potent forms of all the highest impact clinically studied ingredients, we also added ginger to improve absorption and bioavailability of the rest of our ingredients.

 

Closing Thoughts

The big three when it comes to improving blood sugar are: diet, exercise, and supplements, in that order!

There are so many companies out there that want you to believe that if you just take their magic pill all your problems will go away, but sadly that's just a fairytale.

If you really want to take control of your blood sugar levels and see massive results, it starts with your diet.

Exercise comes next, and all it takes is just 20 minutes each day.

Supplements can play a great supporting role, but on their own they are not going to solve your problems. If you want to see great results, you have to make changes to diet and exercise as well.