This is actually very simple. Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement, taken with food, gels with the food in the stomach and therefore retards the uptake of glucose up to 43%.
According to the Glycemic Index Foundation of South Africa, Manna Blood Sugar Support tablets reduces the GI of food you eat up to 43%.
When the uptake of glucose from food is reduced, blood sugar levels become more stable and the body’s requirement for insulin is less.
The flattened blood sugar curve causes us to feel satisfied for longer, thus eating less.
Controlled blood sugar levels helps to eliminate cravings for unhealthy foods, helping to assist in weight loss.
A controlled blood sugar levels also help the diabetic to live a healthier and more energetic lifestyle.
THE DIABETES PREVENTION PLAN
Control what you eat and drink: This is most critical as diabetes is mainly a lifestyle disorder. It is essential to drastically reduce your intake of all simple and all processed carbohydrates – all starches and sugars.
Your plate should contain generous amounts of healthy protein, lots and lots of vegetables and little starch. This gives your body lots of nutrients and fewer calories.
Avoid unhealthy fats while increasing your fibre and water consumption.
Control your body fat: You must get rid of the excess fat around your waistline and the fat hidden in your belly. Again, the cellular nutrition approach makes that easy.
Take appropriate supplements: added fibre, the omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil, the minerals chromium and magnesium, the antioxidant vitamins and the B complex vitamins; the herbs cinnamon and gymenia have all been shown to assist in improving blood sugar control and the metabolism.
Exercise: Exercise helps to balance blood sugar in many ways. It helps to lower body fat, increase muscles mass, improve your metabolism and relieve stress. As little as 30 minutes of brisk walking, three times per week, has been shown to be beneficial. Resistance exercises confer even greater benefits. It is important to be consistent.
Think positively: Your own beliefs help to create what you experience. As Henry Ford once said, “If you think you can, that’s true. And if you think you can’t, that’s also true”
Finally, it is important to have your blood sugar tested occasionally. If you are diabetic or at high risk of becoming diabetic, it is most important for you get your blood sugar tested and learn how to test your own blood sugar. It will greatly assist in your recovery from diabetes.
Follow the Manna Diet for an easy lifestyle plan to get blood sugar and weight under control.