Why Won't My Blood Sugar Levels Come Down - Life Saving Tips For Taking Control of your Blood Sugar

Published: 03rd June 2008
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Firstly, having less than ideal blood sugar levels is not something that you can wish away with a bit of positive thinking, no amount of denial is going to see you right when it comes to high blood sugar levels. You have a problem, a potentially serious and life threatening problem so do not think a quick rain dance and a fresh mug of coffee is your answer. You will have to book an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.

If you are reading this article then it is my guess that you have already measured your blood sugar levels, if you hadn't, you would not know your levels were high in the first place. Maybe you would have some indication from the classic signs and symptoms of high blood sugar, ie: thirst, poor healing, tiredness, constant urination but since your here, we'll take it as read that your blood sugar is less than ideal. You may be wondering, what are normal blood sugar levels? Well, depending on what part of the world you are in will give a different conversion. For people in the UK a reading of 5.5mmol is pretty much the average and if you are in the US, then multiply that figure by 18.


How To Lower Blood Sugar Levels?


In order to lower your sugar levels to a significantly safer blood sugar level range. The first and foremost rule above all others it STOP adding fuel to the fire immediately.
That means using every trick in the book to take manual control of your blood sugar levels before they take control of you.

1.
Stop the intake of any and every form of carbohydrate. That includes, fruit juice, nuts, cereal (yes oats to), candy, even the diabetic type, root vegetables (yes they contain sugar) any low carb bars since they replace the sugar with polynols (alcohol sugar) which still affects blood sugar levels, dried fruit, each and every product ending in "ose", watch out for meats that have spicy or bbq coatings they have sugar, crisps, chips, French fries, pizzas, pastas, rice, semolina and all other starchy carbohydrates. The list goes on and on but this should give you a general idea.

2.
Fill up on protein: chicken, beef, tofu, eggs, cheese, bacon, you get the idea. Basically anything without carbohydrate in it.

3.
Fill up on dark green veg, the best sort of veg there is and this will also provide quality soluble fibre.

4.
Do not each past 6pm and eat smaller portions, yes you will feel hungry for a while but you will get used to it.

5.
Consume only healthy chemically unaltered fats and oils, olive oil, avocado oil, natural butter, lard, hemp oil, virgin coconut oil.

6.
Start consuming healthy omega 3 oil, flax seed oil and fish oils are pretty much the two main ones. When you take flax seed oil, mix it with either quark or unsweetened Greek yogurt, this will enable the oil to become water soluble and your body will absorb it much easier.

7.
Get some exercise in! Walking, weight lifting, squats, running, climbing the stairs, cycling etc.
There are infinite forms of exercise, no one has an excuse not to exercise in some way or another, even five minutes a day, provides benefits.

These basic guidelines will go a long way to helping control blood sugar levels and if kept to stringently, will help keep your blood sugar levels in a safer range but under no circumstances, ignore the problem, you must speak to a doctor.

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