heard that eating breakfast in the morning is good for stabilizing your sugar levels, but not if you don’t get adequate rest. Something as simple as some fruit in the morning may lead to a spike if you didn’t get good sleep.
In general, poor sleep can result in bad glucose control, insulin resistance, weight gain, and increased food consumption.
Post Meal Exercise
The muscles in your body use glucose for energy. If you are experiencing a spike after you eat, then get active. When you finish eating glucose enters your bloodstream causing a spike.
When you immediately start exercising, that glucose is absorbed by muscle tissues, which helps bring blood sugar down.
Literally, any sort of movement after you eat can help. Anything from a walk, dancing, or cleaning up your home will help get your muscles pumping!
Add Vinegar To Your Meal
Although this may not be the usual thing to do, vinegar before a meal can cut the glucose and insulin spikes. Simply taking a shot of vinegar before a meal can help lower your blood sugar levels.
These five tips can help save the lives of so many who are struggling with diabetes. Keeping your blood sugar levels under control is such an important part of health and a healthy lifestyle.
Contact your primary physician if you have any questions about managing your type 2 diabetes. They will be able to properly treat you while you simultaneously utilize these tips!