10 tips for a stable blood sugar


A stable blood sugar level is important for your overall health. But you know exactly what does this mean exactly? What is blood sugar and how to keep it in balance? Read on!

What is the blood sugar level?

The blood sugar level is a unit of measure that indicates the amount of glucose, which is dissolved in the blood. This is expressed in millimoles per liter, or mmol / l. In a normal situation, blood sugar, if the person is sober, between 4 and 6 mmol / l. If the value of a fasting person is above 7 mmol / l, we speak of diabetes mellitus or diabetes.

During the day, these values change. Just before eating, this value will be slower, while right after eating the blood sugar is likely to peak, or at least rise sharply. The glucose from the food is then in fact in the blood, and is transported to the cells that are in need of energy.

As a result of this reaction, insulin is created directly in the body. Insulin ensures that glucose is absorbed quickly and efficiently by the cells so that the blood sugar goes as quickly as possible pockets. If, at that time, the body has no need for glucose, then the insulin ensures that the excess energy is converted to body fat. This fat is stored mostly around the waist and in the abdominal area, for later use.

It is of great importance to your health to keep as stable as possible, the blood sugar level and deep valleys, and to avoid high peaks. In particular, the high peaks provide for a high production of more insulin and body fat. The extra insulin solves this well again, but due to the large amount of good for your health. In addition, you do not really want that too much fat stored in the abdomen and the hips.

When do you notice if your blood sugar is too high?

A high blood sugar is to be considered different factors. If you suffer from one or more of the following, then I advise you to just make an appointment with your doctor to have your blood sugar checked:

  • You have less resistance because your immune system is not working efficiently. You are getting sick faster.
  • You will suffer from minor ailments coincide with old age. So-called old age ailments.
  • You get tired quickly, and you have a lot less energy.
  • You get overweight, or your weight is free raised rapidly in recent months.
  • You tend to eat all day, especially “tasty” snacks.
  • You have regular feeling hungry.


What could be the consequences?

If you occasionally have high blood sugar, so a peak, then there is not an awful lot going on. But otherwise if this occurs too often or if your blood sugar is consistently too high it becomes dangerous. Here is a small list of the possible consequences. The list is not complete, but should give you a good idea about how important it is to keep your blood sugar as much as possible to normal levels:

Your body makes a lot of extra insulin to process glucose as quickly as possible available. The insulin goes to work, causing the blood sugar to drop quickly and eventually falls. The direct consequence is that you get a feeling of hunger, particularly sweet snacks. This makes the whole process to begin again.

If your blood sugar fluctuates too often and too much, chances are very high that you end up with Diabetes: Your body becomes resistant to insulin, so the glucose in the blood cannot process more (enough).

Your body will no longer be able to make certain hormones. This particular effect on the growth hormone HGH, the sleep hormone melatonin, and DHEA hormone. The latter is very important in order to prevent the aging process of the body as much as possible.

Your balance will protest. Because of the high peaks of glucose in the blood, the insulin will ensure that the surplus of glucose is converted to body fat. This fat will be stored in the abdomen and the hips. All places we do not want any extra fat.

Due to the additional production of insulin, cortisol, adrenaline, and is also created and in large quantities. Stress hormones are known to be “off” certain body because the body is put in the ‘stress position’. Only the body functions which are at that time of interest to survive be provided with energy. The rest can wait. This is partly a major impact on your digestive system and your entire endocrine system.



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10 tips to keep your blood sugar stable

After the things I wrote above it is therefore of great importance to keep your blood sugar under control. To avoid as much as possible the peaks and valleys is the big goal. I propose ten practical tips you here how you can achieve this:

1) Avoid fast carbs

As much as possible, avoid food with fast carbohydrates. Think potatoes, bread, white pasta or white rice for example. The power supply with the fastest carbohydrate is natural sugar itself. Therefore includes biscuits, cakes and other sweet treats in this category. Give preference to food with slow carbohydrates. As a result, the glucose in the blood is slowly released to give a peak on production of insulin is not necessary.

2) Avoid stress

Stress is not only very annoying in daily life, but also has a lot of impact on your overall health. If we keep it on topic, stress has caused that much cortisol and adrenaline is created. These two hormones cause an even higher production of insulin, and in addition, promote the storage of body fat.

3) Divide your meal times throughout the day

Avoid the situation that you eat 1 or 2 times a day a big meal. This gives a huge spike which is created unnecessary amount of insulin. It is much better to distribute the daily diet of 5 to 6 meals a day. Use breakfast, lunch and dinner as a base. Take in between, at regular intervals, healthy snacks.

4) Move!

Move, and would rather sports truly, ensures that your body will work more efficiently, thus also your blood sugar can be controlled better. Do not think you’re going to do it too much. Extreme sports practice will provide additional production of the hormone cortisol. Go every day for a walk or bike firmly at least half an hour. In the ideal case, you can supplement this with a few times a week to the gym for strength training and cardio training if necessary.

5) Cinnamon

Make sure you regularly use cinnamon in the kitchen. Cinnamon is renowned this stimulate your insulin receptors. Additionally, cinnamon has a very positive effect on your digestive system.

6) Lemon

Lemons are very sour, we all know that. For this reason, lemon is only used to bring the food to taste. But if you can apply lemon in your daily diet this has many positive effects on your blood sugar. Lemon is in fact able to prevent the storage of body fat and, more importantly, to stabilize insulin-your household and improve.

7) Glycemic Index

Eat as much food with a low glycemic index, and avoid foods with a high glycemic index. This index indicates how quickly carbohydrates are absorbed by the blood. Needless to say, pure sugar has the highest index of 100. Not so well!

8) Use Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has the positive characteristic that it is capable of a relatively short term to lower your blood pressure. As you should see results within a week, although each person is different. If you want to know more about all the positive properties of apple cider vinegar,

9) Fermented foods

Fermented food contains an acid which of course the inclusion of the glucose back penetrates the blood. This reduces the glycemic index of the foods eaten less. The glucose will eventually be more slowly absorbed by the blood so that the blood sugar level remains more stable. Fermented foods, for example yoghurt, pickles, sauerkraut and coconut. If you want to know more about fermented foods, and all the advantages, read here the following article: Fermented foods for extra good bacteria

10) Take multivitamins

This popular supplement is, by the minerals and B vitamins, good to stabilize blood sugar. Additionally, you can still use Chrome as a supplement. The latter allows for a better, more efficient and, above all, of the glucose uptake by the cells. As a result, the blood sugar level remains more stable.


You have to keep a good eye on your blood sugar. If you ignore this for too long, and too often, on the high side it can have unpleasant consequences for your health. In the long term for sure. If you suspect that your blood sugar is on the high side, I advise you to leave measure this by your doctor.

Love Pamela

Diabetes patient and specialist



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