Manage Insulin for Better Weight Loss

Manage Insulin for Better Weight Loss

Insulin and carbs go hand-in-hand. Many new fad weight loss diets say that you should stay away from carbohydrates, but they fail to explain why carbs are bad for you.

I’m going to try and put it very simple: Carbs are basically sugar (Even when it does not taste sweet), and sugar causes your blood sugar levels to go up. When your blood sugar levels rise, your body releases insulin, a hormone that helps get your blood sugar levels back to normal. The problem comes when we look at the way that insulin does this.

Insulin transports the glucose to different cells in the body so that it can be used as energy. But when you do not use that energy, the glucose gets transformed into fat. The more sugar you consume, the more insulin is released, and the bigger the effect.

When we consider this, we can easily see why it is so important to manage your blood sugar levels when you are trying to lose weight or just trying to be healthier in general.

So how do I manage my blood sugar levels?

As mentioned above, the low-carb people do make a good point. But cutting carbs on its own is not going to do the trick. To manage your blood sugar levels in a manner that will help you shake off a few kilo grams, you should incorporate enough exercise in a day so that you can burn more calories than you consume. To get your metabolism to play along, you should not eat two or three big meals a day, but smaller meals more frequently.

To really get that extra boost you need, try the Manna Blood Sugar Support tablets and check out our very own diet, found inside the Manna Diet eBook.

Take 2 Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets with each meal to curb sugar and food cravings by stabilizing your blood sugar levels. When you feel fuller for longer, you tend to eat less and that is why it will help you to lose weight, because you use more energy than what you take in. For a healthy weight loss plan, follow the Manna Diet, which also will help you to stay fuller for longer.

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