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Cleanse your blood of excess sugar and toxins immediately!
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Learn the best methods for cleansing your blood and fighting high glucose levels.
1) Sleep lowers and raises blood sugar levels, but it’s a natural part of the CIRCADIAN RHYTHM – the human body’s natural 24-hour sleep-wake cycle. However, insufficient sleep is associated with an increased risk of insulin resistance. So take concrete steps to reduce your stress and improve your sleep, like by turning away from your screens at least an hour before bedtime, writing a daily journal entry, gentle stretching, and reading.
2) When the body is dehydrated, it is unable to properly process glucose, which can lead to high blood sugar levels. But staying hydrated dilutes the concentration of toxins in your blood. This allows your kidneys to more easily filter out toxins and excess glucose, which are then flushed out of your body through urine.
3) Aerobic exercise helps your muscle cells grab sugar from your blood stream to be used as a source of energy. This means that routines like jogging, cycling, swimming, and even walking, yoga, and dancing can all work to reduce your blood sugar levels. It also makes your body more sensitive to insulin over time, which in turn helps your body more efficiently deliver glucose to your muscles.
4) Refined, processed, carb-heavy foods also supply huge doses of simple sugar, as they are often made from grains which have been stripped of their fiber-rich bran layer and their nutrient-rich inner germ. So they can lead to a significant blood sugar spike. But eating unrefined WHOLE grain foods actively works to reduce your risk of diabetes, and a recent study found that people who ate 3 servings of whole grains per day had a 25% reduction of heart disease and death than those who ate less than one serving per week.
5) Antioxidants like magnesium, chromium, and vitamin C are important for everyone, but they’re especially important for people with diabetes, as they can help prevent damage to your blood vessels and your nerves. Both chromium and magnesium deficiencies have been linked with insulin resistance. But getting enough antioxidant vitamins and minerals works to reduce blood glucose and blood lipids in type 2 diabetics.