How High Blood Sugar Levels Cause Fatty Deposits In the Heart

High Blood Sugar + High Insulin Levels = Fatty Deposits in the Heart

One of the biggest complications that come along with an impaired metabolism among diabetes patients is the increase in fatty deposits within the cells of the heart muscle.

Originally it was thought that this was caused by consuming too much fat, but recent studies have revealed that the cause is actually the over consumption of sugar. The result of eating too much sugar is an increase in the blood sugar levels, which then leads to an increase in insulin levels in the body.

This can cause an increase of fat deposits in a matter of hours.

The good news here is that this information can be used as a basis for even more heart-friendly treatments for diabetes patients, especially those who are still in the early stages of the disease.

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During the study, the following was found:

Within as few as six hours, the glucose already caused clearly visible fatty deposits in the heart. The injection of grape sugar, in combination with the release of insulin caused by the sugar, resulted in an overexertion of the heart’s metabolism. This proves that fatty deposits can occur without the direct influx of fats.

A massive problem with diabetes is that it is usually discovered too late. The first diagnosis usually occurs by accident and on average five years too late. Most patients with diabetes die of heart diseases.

The data show that the foundation for damage can be laid early on, especially in patients with high blood sugar and hyperinsulinemia (an elevated insulin level) during pre-diabetes and early diabetes.

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The best natural way to control diabetes and prevent fatty deposits in the heart is by managing your blood sugar levels with the 100% organic Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets, 2 with each meal. The action of this product in the body not only helps to control blood sugar levels but also helps the body to require less insulin.

By following a low GI diet or by following the Diabetic Diet in the FREE Manna Diabetes e-book will also help to control blood sugar levels and manage insulin in the body.


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