Your body has a system that keeps blood sugar in balance. When blood sugar levels in the body go over the limit, the pancreas secretes insulin to bring it under control. If blood sugar levels get low, the liver releases stored sugar to restore blood sugar level to between 3.88 mmol/L and 6.11 mmol/L.
If you have diabetes, the body cannot produce enough insulin to control blood sugar, and oral medication or even insulin injections might be needed.
Types of Diabetes
- Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce enough, or any, insulin. When blood sugar rises, the body cannot control it. Blood sugar remains high until an injection of insulin helps to get the sugar into the cells where it is processed by the tissues and organs.
- Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body is not sensitive enough to the insulin produced. Blood sugar remains high, telling the body to produce more insulin, but it cannot use it to store the sugar in the cells.
Insulin tells the cells of the body to start absorbing glucose. It also signals the liver to store extra glucose, not needed by the body at that time. These two actions lower the amount of sugar in the blood and keep the blood sugar levels within normal limits.
If the body cannot produce enough insulin to keep blood sugar levels under control, the doctor might prescribe oral medication or insulin injections.
If you are taking medication or insulin injections, measure your blood sugar regularly to make sure it is not too high or too low.
Natural Supplement for Blood Sugar and Insulin Control
Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets are a 100% natural and organic product which you take with each meal to help control blood sugar levels. This can help the body to lower its insulin requirement. However, whether you are on insulin injections or oral medication to balance sugar levels, you can use the Manna Blood Sugar Support with your medication, but you have to monitor the sugar levels because it can drop too low.
Follow the program in the new Manna Diabetes e-book for an easy and sensible way to manage diabetes and even reverse type 2 diabetes.