A healthy heart and balanced blood sugar may seem to be entirely unrelated but in medical reality they are very closely connected.
In fact, what you eat and how you metabolize sugar has a direct impact on the stress load to your heart.
Not only does persistent high blood sugar trigger changes in your weight and metabolism . . .
Too much sugar can cause INFLAMMATION in the blood vessels that lead toward the heart. This damaging process can create a path of destruction that directly affects the heart.
Once the blood vessels are stuck in a cycle of inflammation the heart is at risk for immediate and long term disease.
The best treatment is prevention.
Avoiding the course of action that leads to
Blood Sugar Disorders
is the same path that helps to prevent Heart Disease.
These questions lead to core findings about your health condition:
- How do I know if my blood sugar is too high or is consistently borderline?
- What is the best way to find out if I have inflammation that might be damaging to my heart and blood vessels?
- What might be contributing to my inflammation if it is presently a problem?
- What tests can help me to measure for inflammation and heart disease?
- How can I monitor my own blood sugar and keep track of the effects of my diet?
- What is the best diet for me?
Read more about the answers to these questions and some of the most effective tests to measure for inflammation. How to talk to your doctor about nutrition and prevention, and key nutrients that support a healthy heart.