Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics

Nerve damage, also known as neuropathy, is very common in those suffering from diabetes. 

It’s becoming increasingly common, and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke says that diabetes is the number one cause for nerve damage…

In fact, as many as 50% of those with diabetes are dealing with his painful condition.

When blood sugar levels are not controlled for an extended period of time, it can damage the nerves.

This causes a sensation similar to electric shocks, pins and needles, and even numbness….

…Which is usually present within the feet, legs and hands.

Nerve damage usually develops over the course of many years, and can have a massive impact on your health, restricting you from living your best life.

But what if you could help to prevent nerve damage?

What if you could make some adjustments in your lifestyle, to lessen your chances of developing this painful condition?

If you want to take control of your diabetes, and improve your health, and reduce your chances of developing nerve damage…

…Then this video is for you.

Today, we’re exploring the Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics.

Some of these might shock you, in particular number 3 on the list may not have been something you would think can help to prevent nerve damage, and may come as quite a surprise…

But know that what you discover today has been extensively researched and backed by facts…

…So you can rest assured you’re getting only the best information to support you on your health journey.

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For now, let’s get started on our list of Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics, starting with:

Number 10: Meditation 

Mediating is a fantastic way to lower stress levels and help us to relax and unwind.

It’s becoming more and more common to mediate, and with the range of health benefits, it's clear why. 

It can help you to be more self aware, focused, patient, and overall feel more balanced.

How does meditating help those with diabetes?

Well, it’s useful for diabetics due to how it helps reduce stress levels.  

In fact, studies have shown us that mediating can assist with stress by lowering your blood pressure and slowing down the rate, thus putting us into a relaxed state. 

And having a lower stress response, means you are more likely to have controlled blood sugar levels…

…Making it a fantastic tool that should be utilized for those wanting to ensure their diabetes is under control.

Plus, meditation can be helpful with your diet, too.

With practice, medication can help you to slow down and think through before you take action.

For example, when you’re in a better frame of mind, it is easier to make better food choices.

You’ll also have reduced stress which in result will help you to have the desire to do better for your body, in the present and future.

Meditation doesn’t have to be everyday, and you can start small and build it up. Ensure you are in a quiet undisturbed place where you can truly unwind. 

And if you’re really unsure where to start, there’s a large range of free guided meditations on the internet that you may find useful.

Why not give mediation a try, annd notice how your body feels and reacts. It’s so simple, yet has some amazing benefits. 

Moving on to:

Number 9: Look After Your Feet 

This may not be what you expected to see on this list, but looking after your feet is important if you’re suffering from diabetes.  

Issues with the feet are much more common, but can be prevented with some extra care. 

Poor circulation is common for diabetics sufferers.

Plus, healing can be a lot slower, due to blood flow being reduced. 

This means the risk of infection is higher, and can cause some pretty serious complications.

Nerves to the feet are the most common area to be at risk. So what can you do to help prevent nerve damage and protect your feet? 

Here are some helpful tips:

Make an effort to look after your feet every single day, and seek medical advice if you need additional support or have any concerns.

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Next up on our list of the Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics is:

Number 8: Regularly Test Your Blood Sugar Levels

The most important thing to prevent your diabetes from developing and potentially resulting in nerve damage, is to keep your blood glucose levels under control.

And if you’re not regularly checking your levels, it may be hard to identify how your body is reacting to certain foods and drinks that you consume.

You MUST know what causes your blood sugar to spike. 

For some diabetics, a small amount of carbohydrates or a glass of wine may spike the levels dramatically. 

…For others, it may not have such a large effect.

Many people with diabetes believe they “feel fine’’ and don't feel their symptoms are worsening, so they don't check their blood glucose levels often. 

When really, their condition may be slowly developing, and gradually creeping out of control.

And when you’re able to learn what triggers a spike, you can make better decisions on what is right for your body.

How often you need to test will be different for each individual. 

However, it would be wise to test daily, or not several times a day, at least until you can see how your glucose levels rise and fall. 

Ultimately, keeping your blood sugar levels in a healthy range is vital. 

And knowledge is power…So don't disregard the importance of testing your blood sugar levels. 

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Number 7: Consume Omega 3 Fatty Acids 

Omega 3’s has some amazing properties for your body and your brain. The list of what it can do for your body is incredible. 

This powerful fatty acid has a range of health benefits…

It is a strong anti-inflammatory, helps to fight Alzheimer's disease, and improves joint health.

It’s also believed that it can reduce your risk of developing heart disease. 

This is because omega 3’s can help regulate blood pressure, assist to reduce triglycerides, and help to prevent harmful blood clots.

If that wasn’t amazing enough, there’s more…

It actually has the ability to prevent and repair cells. 

Research from the University of London found that Omega 3 fatty acids (which are found in fish oil) not only have the ability to protect our nerves, they may be able to restore damaged nerves.

The human body cannot produce Omega- 3 on its own, so it needs to be consumed through our diet or supplementation.  

Some examples of foods that are high in omega 3 fatty acids are: Mackerel, salmon and oysters. 

Not a fan of fish? Don't worry…we’ve got you covered

Chia seeds, walnuts and soybean are also high in Omega 3s. 

You can also purchase supplements, such as fish oil, to reach your requirements, just make sure you are purchasing from a reputable source. 

Next up on our list of the Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics, is: 

Number 6: Acupuncture 

Acupuncture is when very small needles are inserted into various pressure points throughout the body to treat many ailments. 

It originated in China, and it dates back in history to 2500 BC, and to date, is a popular form of natural medicine. 

Acupuncture is thought to help the flow of energy within the body, to increase healing, and treat various other health conditions.  

Did you know that studies have indicated that acupuncture can be effective for diabetics?

Acupuncture can assist in managing diabetes by reducing inflammation, reducing weight, and may even manage blood glucose levels. 

One particular and well-studied technique is called the wrist-ankle treatment. 

This is commonly used for those with diabetes, and those suffering from nerve damage. 

This technique can improve the blood sugar and lipid levels in the body, and assist with improving nerve cells, making it very beneficial for diabetes sufferers. 

Have you used acupuncture as a natural alternative?

What effect did it have for you? Tell us in the comments below!

Next on our list :

Number 5: Stop Smoking  

Smoking has a negative effect on our entire bodies, and I think that we all know it is bad for our health and wellbeing.  

If you’re a diabetic and you smoke, it will be more difficult to control your blood sugar levels. 

This is due to a few reasons…

The main reason is because the nicotine found in cigarettes makes it more difficult for your body to react to insulin. 

Plus, it is damaging to your cells, which can cause inflammation in the body. 

Uncontrolled diabetes and smoking is a bad mix, and is very damaging to the body. 

The pair increase your risk of more than just nerve damage too... 

You’ll also be increasing your chances of heart disease and stroke, compared to someone who has just diabetes alone. 

So smoking while having diabetes is really just adding fuel to the fire. 

…But the benefits of quitting are HUGE. 

If you can stop smoking, you’ll be decreasing your risk of developing nerve damage, plus decreasing your risk of life-threatening illnesses that are associated with smoking, such as:  cancer, stroke, and lung disease.

No one said quitting smoking would be easy, though. Making the decision to stop for your health is the first step. 

Make sure you look into your options, and seek medical advice from your doctor, to know what support you have. 

You’ll be greatly improving your health, and your body will love you for it.

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Number 4: Control Your Blood Sugar With A Healthy Diet 

Nerve damage can occur when diabetics have not controlled their blood sugar levels for some time. 

And one way that you can keep your blood sugar levels in check is by having a healthy diet. 

Eating well should be a large focus for anyone suffering with diabetes. 

A healthy diet helps you to feel great each day by providing you with energy, but also helps to prevent diabetes developing and becoming more serious with time…

…and potentially resulting in painful conditions such as nerve damage. 

Did you know that increasing your vitamin B will help to prevent nerve damage? 

Studies have found that B vitamins can repair and regenerate nerve function, and also reduce pain and inflammation.

You can ensure your body is consuming enough of these all-important nutrients by eating a healthy diet. 

Foods high in B Vitamins are: Salmon, milk, eggs, leafy greens and legumes, just to name a few. 

So what does a healthy diet that is fantastic for diabetics look like? Here are the basics:

  1. A diet high in fresh fruit and vegetables is a great start, and easting 3-5 servings per day is ideal. 
  1. Protein is another important component, and you should aim to consume 1-2 servings per day.  This may be lean meat, fish, eggs, and nuts. 
  1. Consume 2-3 servings of low fat dairy per day such as cottage cheese, milk and natural yoghurt. 
  1. Be sensible when it comes to eating foods high in carbohydrates. This is because carbohydrates will cause your blood sugar levels to rise. 
  1. Choose healthy carbohydrates such as legumes, brown rice and wholemeal pasta. 
  2. And lastly, avoid or limit sugary foods such as soda, dried fruit, and sweet desserts.  

Making healthy choices is so important, and is vital for those wanting to control and improve the symptoms relating to diabetes. 

If you do not take control of your diet and eat well, then nerve damage could become a future complication.

Next on the list is: 

Number 3: Add Turmeric To Your Diet 

This vibrant orange-yellow spice has been used for thousands of years primarily in India, for its use in food as well as its medicinal benefits. 

It is commonly used for treating skin conditions, improving digestion, and improving joints.

Turmeric has an anti-inflammatory effect on the body, and is an excellent antioxidant, making it excellent for diabetics. 

But did you know this powerful spice that actually has scientifically proven health benefits?

What makes it so potent is the active component present in turmeric, called curcumin. 

And studies have shown that curcumin may reduce your risk of heart disease. It is thought that curcumin does this by improving the lining of your blood vessels. 

Turmeric has been proven to do more than help protect your heart too. 

Did you know that scientists have found that it also can improve your memory, treat arthritis, and help to treat depression? 

It really is a powerful spice that can have some amazing effects on the body. 

Adding turmeric to your diet can do so much for your health, helping to lessen the effects of diabetes. 

And if you can reduce the effects and improve your overall health and wellbeing, you’ll be helping your body to return to better health, and avoid the chances of developing nerve damage. 

Next up is: 

Number 2: Limit Alcohol 

While you don’t have to stop drinking alcohol all together, limiting how much you drink is extremely wise if you want to decrease your chances of developing nerve damage. 

Consuming alcohol has a strong effect on diabetes sufferers, as it can have an impact on blood sugar levels. 

And if you’re taking insulin to manage your diabetes, consuming too much alcohol can seriously decrease the effectiveness of the medication.  

How? Because it can cause your blood glucose levels to lower to a dangerous level for up to 24 hours after drinking.  

This means the body is not working as hard to maintain blood sugar levels, making it very dangerous for diabetics. 

Their blood sugar may be lower, and they are unaware of this. 

They may feel tired, dizzy, and even have lack of coordination, but put this down to the alcohol, and unaware that they actually have low blood sugar levels.  

Plus, if you already have nerve damage, then drinking alcohol can make the pain much worse. 

If you’re diabetic and enjoy drinking occasionally, follow these guidelines to reduce your chances of nerve damage from occurring: 

  1. Drink alcoholic beverages with food. This will help to slow down the absorption of alcohol into your bloodstream 
  2. Do your best to have several alcohol-free days per week, to give your body a break 
  3. Try lower alcohol beverages such as light beer 
  4. Drink plenty of water before, during, and after drinking alcohol 

Drinking alcohol affects the entire body. And while the alcohol remains in your body, it will be affecting your blood sugar levels.  

So if you want to reduce your chances of developing nerve damage, always drink responsibly and understand that drinking while diabetic has its risks.

We’ve made it to number one on our list of the Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics.

Do you have any idea what it could be? 

Let’s move on to find out what it is…

Number 1: Get Moving 

Exercising is important for everyone. It has a range of health benefits, and isn’t only useful to those suffering from diabetes.  

Exercise can do wonders for our body and mind such as improving our mental health, lower blood pressure, and strengthen muscles, just to name a few.  

Studies have found that both aerobic exercise and resistance training to be very effective at lowering insulin for those with diabetes. 

Exercise can help to lower your blood sugar levels by up to 24 hours, so it’s an excellent way to help manage diabetes and prevent nerve damage. 

According to the American Diabetes Association, getting at least 150 minutes of exercise per week is best. 

So when is the best time to exercise?  

Find the right time that works for your schedule. Any amount of exercise is going to be great for your body, so don’t disregard a short stroll around the block. 

However, if you really want to reap the benefits, exercising 1-3 hours after you’ve eaten eating will be the most beneficial. 

A study published by the journal Frontiers in Endocrinology found that glucose levels are at their highest point within 90 minutes after a meal. 

So, if you use the guideline of 1-3 hours post meal, you’ll be doing your body a massive favor and helping to lower your glucose levels.

As for what type of exercise is best, do what you enjoy the most.  If you don’t engage in exercise a lot, walking is a fantastic place to start.  

Swimming, Pilates, weight training and group sports are some other great options.  

It doesn’t have to be strenuous, and light to moderate intensity is perfectly fine,  and will still have a positive impact on the body. 

And there you have it - The Top 10 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage For Diabetics.

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8 Incredible Foods To Lower Fasting Glucose

Are you struggling to keep your fasting glucose numbers in check?

Maybe you’ve noticed them consistently rising over the last few weeks or months. And perhaps you’re starting to get a little concerned.

Yes, diabetes is all about higher-than-normal fasting glucose readings.

According to the World Health Organization, about 8.5% of adults over the age of 18 have diabetes.That’s over 600 MILLION people worldwide!

And diabetic complications include kidney failure, blindness, strokes, and heart attacks.

BUT depending on your situation, there might not be any reason to worry - at least not quite yet.

You CAN do something about this.

And in many cases it comes down to the exact foods you’re eating.

After all, we are what we eat - as cliche as that may sound.

So, in today’s video, we’ll dive into:

→ What fasting glucose readings really mean

→ How the body balances out blood sugar levels

→ And 8 incredible foods which can help lower your fasting glucose... Some of these may surprise you!


Now, what does ‘FASTING GLUCOSE’ actually mean?

Fasting glucose (or fasting blood sugar) refers to your blood sugar levels after 8 hours without food.

This reading is usually taken first thing in the morning.This is because humans naturally fast at night; -- We’re sleeping, and we don’t eat for about 8-10 hours-- between dinner and breakfast.

Some people take fasting even further, and wait until lunchtime to eat their first food of the day.

So, what does this mean for your blood sugar levels?

Usually, your last meal will stay with you through the early hours of the morning.

This means that your body will spend the night breaking that meal down and will use it to balance your blood sugar, to then be used as fuel for your muscle cells.

After your body has completely used up this source of fuel, it turns to glycogen stores in the liver as a secondary source of energy.

Inside your liver, glycogen gets broken down into glucose through a process known as glycogenolysis (gly-co-gen-ol-i-sis) .

This glucose helps stabilize your blood sugar throughout the night.

This is also why it’s incredibly important to eat enough food during the day...

This ensures your liver has enough glycogen packed away for you to get a restful sleep.

When there isn't enough energy stored in the body, your stress hormones rise.

These stress hormones breakdown other tissue for energy.

And they also cause you to wake up.

Now, back to the liver:

During the night, as your liver releases this glucose, your blood sugar levels start to rise.

In response, your pancreas releases insulin.

Insulin acts as the key which allows glucose to enter your body’s cells. This effectively re-stabilizes your blood sugar levels.

When you wake up, the ideal fasting glucose reading should be about 100 mg/dL. (milligrams per deciliter)

Having a reading between 100 to 125 mg/dL indicates that you may be experiencing prediabetes.

And a fasting glucose of 126 mg/dL or higher means that you are diabetic.

If you’re struggling to balance your fasting glucose...

Your body might not be producing enough insulin. Or your body might not be responding to insulin properly.

And contrary to popular belief, it’s not necessarily the sugar that’s the problem.

Fasting blood sugar may depend on:

→ What was in your last meal

How much you ate at your last meal

→ And your body’s ability to produce and use insulin.

From this, you can try playing around with your diet in order to lower your fasting glucose levels.

Which leads us to… What foods should you be eating to lower your fasting glucose?


We’ve got 8 amazing, blood-sugar lowering foods you can incorporate into your normal diet!

By incorporating these 8 foods into your diet, you won’t just improve your fasting glucose levels...

You'll improve your overall health and wellness.

So, let’s get straight to it.

#8 → Cinnamon

Alright, you caught us! #8 isn’t exactly a ‘food.’ It’s a spice.

But this should make it easy to add to any snack or meal.

Get this:

A study published by the American Diabetes Association showed that an intake of 1, 3, or 5 grams of cinnamon each day can significantly reduce fasting glucose.

In this study, cinnamon also decreased:

- triglycerides (try-gli-car-ideas)

- LDL cholesterol

- and total cholesterol

....effectively lowering various risk factors associated with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

And this isn’t all cinnamon is good for.

It also has a ton of antioxidants.

These can help reduce inflammation and free radical damage within the body.

In a study published in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology, researchers found that cinnamon aided brain health. They also found that cinnamon can:

- protect neurons

- normalize neurotransmitter levels

- and improve motor function.

In turn, scientists believe that this spice may help prevent neurodegenerative diseases.

So, why not add some cinnamon to your sweet potatoes or oatmeal?

It’s excellent for lowering your fasting glucose, and it might just be great for your overall health too.

#7 → Turmeric

Don’t worry, this is the last of the spices we’ll discuss today. After this, we’re onto real food.

Now, turmeric is well-known for its various health benefits... from treating arthritis to wound healing.

This is one spice that hasn’t exactly floated below the health and wellness radar.

When it comes to lowering fasting glucose levels, there’s also a ton of evidence to back this up.

For example, a 2013 scientific review of various studies about turmeric suggested that this spice has the capability to decrease blood glucose levels.

And this isn’t anything new.

Both the Indian healing system Ayurvedic (Eye-Ur-Vay-dic) and Traditional Chinese Medicine have used turmeric to treat diabetes for thousands of years.

It’s thought that the active component in turmeric, called curcumin(Kur-ku-men), causes these effects.

This active component also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

With less inflammation, your body is able to function more efficiently.

With more antioxidants... your body is equipped with extra protection from free radical damage.

In other words... if you’re going to have any spices in your cupboard to help combat blood sugar issues... turmeric and cinnamon might be the best two.

So, go ahead and spice things up with both!

#6 → Nuts or Nut Butter

Nuts and nut butter can be great on their own or as part of a healthy meal.

You can healthfully snack on a handful of nuts or add nut butter to whole wheat toast, spread it across some celery sticks, and use it within a ton of different recipes.

Lowering your fasting glucose doesn’t have to be boring...

You pretty much just have to be smart about what you eat!

Nut butters, like peanut butter, almond butter, or cashew butter, can all jazz up otherwise boring foods.

But what does the science say about it?

One study showed that eating nuts, such as almonds and peanuts, lowered the fasting and post-meal glucose levels in those with Type 2 Diabetes.

Another study showed how pistachio nuts also decreased fasting glucose readings.

So, how does this work?

Nuts or nut butter contain a decent amount of protein.

In a 2 tablespoon serving of peanut butter, you get about 7 grams of protein.

Most women need about 46 grams of protein per day and most men need about 56 grams of protein per day.

Usually, this comes out to about 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of bodyweight.

Now, protein is great for those with diabetes or those with signs of any blood sugar level impairment.


Because protein doesn’t have much of an impact on your blood sugar levels as other high-carb foods do.

And it can actually help your body manage the glucose load from other carb-heavy foods.

Plus, as protein digests slowly and is absorbed into the bloodstream at a moderate pace, it can keep you fuller for longer.

Thus, it won’t spike your glucose levels and can actually help your body stabilize your blood sugar.

So nuts and nut butters might actually help with any fasting glucose imbalances. Just make sure to avoid heavily salted or sugar-coated nuts, or more processed nut butters.

#5 → Pumpkin and Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin is traditionally used as a diabetic remedy in Iran and Mexico.

And many studies have shown that pumpkin and pumpkin seeds can help when it comes to regulating your blood sugar.

This is because they contain polysaccharides, a special type of carbohydrate.

Polysaccharides stimulate the body to release more insulin which effectively lowers your blood sugar levels.

But this isn’t the only way that polysaccharides do this.

They also activate other pathways, allowing your cells to take in more glucose.

Any instance where your cells are able to take in glucose will lower your blood sugar levels.

This mechanism does need further research, but it shows significant promise.

Pumpkins are also jam-packed with:

- vitamin A

- vitamin C

- vitamin E

- and beneficial antioxidants

...all of which contribute to overall better health and thus, a better life.

So don’t just pick up a pumpkin for your next Halloween decoration! This can be a perfect glucose-lowering food all year long!

#4 → Eggs

That’s right - despite the confusion and controversy surrounding them, eggs are some of the most nutritious foods around.

They’re an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, various minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants.

In fact, a study published in 2018 showed that eating one egg a day reduced fasting glucose by 4.4% in individuals with prediabetes or Type 2 Diabetes.

High in protein, eggs slow the absorption of glucose into the blood--meaning you won’t experience huge blood sugar spikes when eating this food.

Plus, the protein and fat content will keep you full and satisfied between meals, which should keep you from over-indulging in blood sugar-raising snacks.

#3 → Beans and Lentils

Rumor has it that beans and lentils may have protective effects against diabetes.

Rumors aside, beans and lentils tend to be another very nutrient-dense food.

Many beans and lentils contain:- magnesium- protein- and fiber

...all of which can help control and lower blood sugar levels.

How do they do this?

Like other foods on our list, their protein content helps also slow down digestion, which means no huge spikes in your blood sugar.

And their high soluble fiber content also acts to slow digestion.

Plus, did you know that beans are a common food in the diets of people who live in Blue Zones?

Blue Zones are the areas of the world where people tend to live the longest...

And apparently eat plenty of beans. 

Yep, It’s true, beans not only aid in lower fasting glucose levels, their high level of nutrients help keep people healthy in general.

#2 → Seafood

By now you’ve probably guessed that protein is essential for balancing blood sugar levels.

This is often why you’ll hear many health and fitness gurus say to include a good ratio of carbs, protein, and fat at each meal.

All three macronutrients matter, especially when we’re talking about blood sugar.

So, when it comes to seafood... it’s likely no surprise that it’s again the protein in these foods which can have a dramatic impact on your fasting glucose levels.

Or, we should say - the LOWEST impact - on your blood sugar levels.

Most seafood offers up a healthy dose of protein..along with various other nutrients (including trace minerals) that the body needs.

Plus, seafood, particularly wild-caught oily fish, like salmon, makarel, and sardines, contain beneficial omega-3 fatty acids.

This type of fat actually helps the body reduce bad cholesterol while improving good cholesterol levels.

This has the effect of reducing the risk of heart disease, which is a major risk factor for diabetics.

#1 → Broccoli

Now, we know that broccoli isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite food.

But for the broccoli lovers out there, here’s some good news:

When broccoli is chewed and digested...

...A compound called sulforaphane is produced.

Research has shown that this compound helps- increase insulin sensitivity

- as well as reduce blood sugar levels

...Particularly in individuals with Type 2 Diabetes.

Studies have also found that sulforaphane has the ability to reduce glucose production in the liver, which can scale back the sugar load in your bloodstream.

Eating cruciferous vegetables, like broccoli, spinach, and kale, is also associated with a lower risk of diabetes.

What does this tell us?

Eating your greens, like broccoli, isn’t just important for the nutrients they contain.

They also can help you manage blood sugar dysregulation... a high fasting glucose reading.

So, now you’ve got 8 amazing foods that can aid your body in lowering your fasting glucose levels.

But if switching up your diet with these foods doesn’t help…

It’s definitely time to book a visit to your doctor.

From there, you can explore your options for managing your blood sugar issues.

Catching these problems early on can prevent the development of diabetes. And the complications and risks that come with it.

And ultimately, Diabetics Talk aims to help you live a happier and healthier life.

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Now, we have a question for YOU… What are YOUR favorite foods that help lower fasting glucose?

Let’s TALK! Tell us about your suggestions in the comments area below, and feel free to ask us any question you still may have.

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