Chiropractor Minneapolis St. Paul – Health Priorities? Put Blood Sugar At The Top!
- Published on Sunday, 24 February 2019 17:22
- Dr. William T. Norlin, D.C.
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Maintaining healthy blood sugar should be at the top of everyone’s health priority list, knowing that diabetes affects 371 million people worldwide. Recent studies show your digestive tract (gut microbiome) may be a key area to explore to lower your blood sugar. Watch this video now to find out what it takes.
Balance Blood Sugar with Your Gut
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With diabetes affecting 371 million people worldwide, maintaining healthy blood sugar should be at the top of everyone’s health priority list.
Recent studies show your digestive tract (gut microbiome) may be a key area to explore to lower your blood sugar.
And by the way, stick with me through this video to the end, and I’ll direct you to a source for other great articles about health related topics.
One study found that a group given a probiotic rich shake for 30 days showed a significant balancing of sugar levels, while the placebo group, who received a shake without the beneficial microbes, showed no change at all.
Here is how to improve your gut microbiome.
Eat the right foods. Eating a lot of leafy green vegetables will help plant your gut with healthy and diverse bacteria.
Include fermented foods in your diet. Eat sauerkraut, pickles, kimchi, kefir, yogurt (not processed), and kombucha. These foods are rich in prebiotics.
Remove the sugar and processed foods from your diet. A diet high in processed foods and added sugars can decrease the amount of good bacteria in your gut.
Sweat every day. Research shows that exercise actually increases the good bacteria in your gut!
Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation has been associated with obesity due to causing significant changes in your gut flora.
Get In A Relaxed State. Since your gut is your second brain, one of the most important factors to healing your gut is your own consciousness.
The key is to keep supporting your microbiome and keeping your blood sugar levels in check is with a healthy lifestyle.
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