If you struggle with high blood sugar, you’re not alone; the latest figures indicate that 1 in 3 American adults have elevated glucose levels. Unfortunately, this can wreak havoc on your health, and raises your risk of heart disease, vision loss, kidney disease, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s.
While medication is often used to manage blood sugar levels, certain lifestyle choices and supplements can also have a positive impact on your risk profile.
In this edition, we're diving into the science on the best ways to lower blood sugar and decrease insulin resistance. From sleep habits to protein intake, here's how you can improve your glucose levels and reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases.
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