So there you have it, ten simple things you can do to lower your blood sugar. Notice anything special about these tips? Right! There’s nothing special about them at all. They aren’t bizarre. They aren’t difficult. You don’t have to change your entire life. These are things you can integrate into the daily life you already live now. And once they become habits—healthy habits—you’ll have taken blood sugar management into your own hands."
While some diabetics** still choose to eat the 'white foods' as Wil calls them husband Eddie and I don't. How we each live our lives, what food we choose to eat etc. is always a personal choice. Eddie and I have been living the low carb lifestyle for eleven years now, and swap higher carb foods, such as potatoes, pasta and rice for a lower carb alternative which does not cause the blood sugar spikes. Eddie is a Type 2 diabetic. This lifestyle has enabled him to lower and control his blood sugar numbers. I am not a diabetic, nor do I have any underlying health issues, but I choose to live this lifestyle. I have found I feel healthier for it, and my energy levels increased, our choice is to eat low carb, high fat, moderate protein. Both mine and Eddie’s carbohydrate intake is no more than 50g per day, and often less. We have enjoyed many low carb meals over the past eleven years, like these recipe suggestions here, here and here !
Did you know, "we knew how to reverse type two diabetes 100 years ago", read this post here
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All the best Jan