Subscribe (free)
About NaturalNews
Contact Us
Write for NaturalNews
Media Info
Advertising Info

Balance your blood sugar without toxic drugs

Blood sugar

(NaturalNews) With over 29 million Americans currently suffering from diabetes - and a staggering 86 million with blood sugar high enough to be classed as "pre-diabetes" – this health issue has reached epidemic proportions. Even the slow-to-respond CDC states that 15 to 30 percent of those with pre-diabetes will go on to develop type 2 diabetes within 5 years, unless they apply lifestyle changes regarding diet and physical activity.

Blood sugar imbalances and insulin resistance not only set you up for chronic disease, but they can also wreak havoc on your emotional well-being, causing mood swings, anger issues and relationship problems.

How to naturally avoid blood sugar imbalances and major health problems

On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo talk about real solutions to the current epidemic of diabetes, insulin resistance and blood sugar imbalances. Join us for an important program about what truly causes insulin resistance and lifesaving strategies to eliminate the threat of diabetes.

To hear this FREE show – visit http://www.naturalhealth365.com/free-shows and enter your email address for show details plus some great gifts!

Insulin resistance causes a vicious cycle of poor health

Insulin, a hormone made by the beta cells in the pancreas, is vital in order to turn food particles into glucose that can be absorbed by the bloodstream. With insulin resistance, your cells don't respond properly to insulin, resulting in excessive blood sugar.

As cells become more insulin resistant, the pancreas faithfully cranks out more still more insulin, causing levels of C-reactive protein to rise in the body – which triggers cellular inflammation. Eventually, the beta cells can't produce enough insulin to ward off high blood sugar, which in turn can set you up for high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, unhealthy belly fat and even type 2 diabetes.

Don't ever overlook the dangers linked to unhealthy food

As we know, an unhealthy diet - high in processed foods and sugars - is one of the key villains that help to create the vicious cycle of insulin resistance. Insulin resistance typically follows a period of excessively high insulin secretion, which in turn is the result of eating - you guessed it – excessive amounts of processed carbohydrates. In this vicious cycle, excess weight – especially around the belly - leads to more insulin resistance and inflammation, which in turn lead to greater amount of insulin resistance.

And, although this sounds like a bleak picture, there are natural solutions that can help correct insulin resistance. It's easier than Western medicine would have you believe. Join us for an informative show about how to naturally reduce the risk of blood sugar imbalances and diabetes.

To hear this FREE show – visit http://www.naturalhealth365.com/free-shows and enter your email address for show details plus some great gifts!

Great news: Chia seeds can help control blood sugar naturally

Chia seeds, the seeds of the desert plant Salvia hispanica, are true heavy hitters when it comes to warding off blood sugar imbalances. Because of their tendency to become gelatinous in the stomach, these tiny seeds slow the digestion of carbohydrates, delaying the process of turning them into a simple sugar - making chia seeds a perfect food for people with insulin resistance.

In addition, chia seeds curb appetite, helping to prevent the overeating that can cause elevated blood sugar. And, when it comes to the ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids, chia seeds have a flawless pedigree - making them a true anti-inflammatory superfood.

Dr. Loscalzo recommends that we eat a tablespoon or two of chia seeds with every meal. Of course, use only organic chia seeds and you'll reap the rewards of better blood sugar control.

This week's guest: Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, chiropractor, certified living foods chef and internationally-recognized natural health expert

Discover how to balance your blood sugar naturally – Sun. Aug. 28

Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo, founder of the Institute of Nutritional Endocrinology, is certified in Acupuncture, Nutrition and Herbal Medicine, Dr. Loscalzo is also a best-selling author, inspirational speaker, living foods chef, and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and women's health.

Using natural therapeutics, Dr. Loscalzo unites ancient healing wisdom with modern scientific research to find the root cause of health challenges and restore hormonal balance.

To hear this FREE show
– visit http://www.naturalhealth365.com/free-shows and enter your email address for show details plus some great gifts!

Join the Health Ranger's FREE email newsletter
Get breaking news alerts on GMOs, fluoride, superfoods, natural cures and more...
Your privacy is protected. Unsubscribe at any time. | Learn more...

comments powered by Disqus
Most Viewed Articles

Get alerted on heavy metals and pesticide test results for foods and supplements

Natural News is about to begin releasing lab test results for off-the-shelf food, supplement and pet food products, covering heavy metals, nutritive minerals, pesticides and herbicides. These details will be released exclusively to Natural News email newsletter subscribers (FREE) and will NOT be publicly posted on the website. To be alerted, join our free email newsletter now, and watch for lab test results in the weeks ahead.

Enter your email address below to subscribe to our email announcement list (but don't use gmail). Your privacy is protected and you can unsubscribe at any time. If you don't join our email list, you may never see our valuable content again via Facebook, Google or YouTube. CENSORSHIP has now reached EXTREME levels across the 'net. The truth is being suffocated. Subscribe now if you want to escape the delusional bubble of false reality being pushed by Google and Facebook.

Once you click subscribe, we will send you an email asking you to confirm your free subscription.