Today, there are more tools than ever before to prevent diabetes and to avoid sugar peaks in blood or high glycemia, from changes in our diet to changes in our eating patterns such as practicing intermittent fasting. All of them have proven evidence to reduce blood glucose.
Why should we avoid sugar peaks if we do not suffer from diabetes? Insulin resistance is, even, a more prevalent condition than diabetes. This condition leads us to put on weight and to raise our levels of insulin in blood. Even if we are not insulin resistant, the constant variations of sugar in blood, due to a poor diet, will lead us to have more inflammation, more percentage of body fat, worse state of mind and lower life expectancy. Thus, make use of some of the advice given in this video so as to keep stable your sugar level in blood.
00:34 What makes glycemia values change?
02:37 What happens to us when our glycemia values in blood are too high?
03:42 Exercises and supplements to lower glycemic values, inflammation and cardiovascular risk.
08:48 What habits can I adopt to lower glycemia?
List of foodstuff according to their glycemic index: