Medicines aren’t always necessary to control blood-glucose levels.
More than a third of adults in the western world have early signs of high blood sugar levels, a condition called pre-diabetes, according to the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That means a person’s blood sugar is elevated but not high enough to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes.
Some evidence suggests there’s a 15 to 30 percent risk of developing type 2 diabetes within five years if the elevated blood-glucose levels are not managed properly. Further ratcheting up the alarm, 90 percent of people who have pre-diabetes don’t even know they have it.
Given the massive numbers, you or someone you’re close to undoubtedly now falls under the pre-diabetic label.
So what’s the best way to address the problem?
Do not panic and don’t try to do a quick fix by taking some sort of medication.
Start by making subtle lifestyle changes. If you need to lose weight, try to follow the Manna Diet, which can help you to lose weight the healthy way by reducing insulin levels and controlling blood sugar levels.
Take the Manna Blood Sugar Support supplement with each meal to slow release the glucose from the food to the blood stream, helping to reduce insulin levels which can lead to weight loss and prevent diabetes.