salmon: great source of omega 3

Here at Life Tips, we are not big fans of added sugar. As you can see from this post here, added sugar does not enhance your health in the least. The rising consumption of sugar in the civilized world is directly related to more cases of diabetes, heart disease, and other degenerative diseases.

The overconsumption of sugar is also connected to an increase in obesity. Too much sugar in your blood works as a toxic agent, overtaxing your circulatory system and throwing your health out of balance. The excess sugar or glucose is quickly turned into fat.

The very first thing you have to do to lower your blood sugar is to focus on healthy nutrition. A conscious effort must first be made to basically cut all added sugar from your diet. This includes getting rid of sweets, sweet cereals, all soft drinks, fruit juices, and pastires.

The next step is to look for foods that help to reduce blood sugar. Most of these foods are also high in antioxidant properties and are very healthy. The following article from NaturalCuresNotMedicine.Com  lists 10 different foods to add to your diet today to help you balance your blood sugar intake.

 

10 Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Sugar

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“People with type-2 diabetes are often told what NOT to eat. Here is a list of healthy super-foods that can help lower blood sugar levels and could reduce the need for insulin. Eating the right foods is vital in managing type-2 diabetes. Here are 10 foods that prevent blood sugar levels to spike, support a […]The post 10 Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Sugar appeared first on Natural Cures Not Medicine.” http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2014/08/10-foods-can-help-lower-blood-sugar.html

 

Most of the foods on the list such as almonds and salmon are very high in Omega 3 fatty acids. These acids are essential for a healthy cardiovascular system.

The bottom line is that if you are pre-diabetic, or suffer from obesity, you need to completely change your nutrition. It is a lifestyle change. It is really simple. Exercise is not enough. SUgar addiction is a real thing and most of the mainstream food manufacturers are counting on this addiction.

If you are having a hard time quiting your sugar addiction, here is another article that may be helpful in taking the first steps to getting rid of added sugar once and for all: How to quit sugar.

Also, enjoy this great video via HealthNewsWires.Com describing a great blood-sugar-lowering diet. The video is short and straight and to the point. Enjoy!