Optimal Blood Sugar
A woman once asked me, “how often should I eat to keep a steady blood sugar?”
Optimal Blood Sugar
In this post I’m going to share with you why a healthy blood sugar is so important and what you should do to have a healthier blood sugar.
Here’s what Heidi from Lehi has said about her experience with out office, “When I first came here I couldn’t stand up straight without holding onto the wall. I couldn’t play with my children, exercise or sit for more than 10 minutes. I couldn’t sleep without being in pain. I was taking Ibuprofen everyday. Now I can do all of the above and more. One time Dr McArthur even changed at flat tire on my van! What other Dr would do that?!!”
Instead of focusing on frequency of eating, you will do much better if you focus on the quality of food you eat. As you do this you’ll find that you feel better for longer periods of time without eating and that’s a good thing. Meats, fish, vegetables and fresh, fibrous fruits will do this.
If you eat a diet centered on processed carbohydrates and sweets, you’ll be hungry more often and your energy, sex hormones, sleep, and many other things will get worse and over time your “not feeling good” may move from a functional problem to a disease state. All of these things are dependent upon a healthy blood sugar.
If you want to make changes in how you eat, but don’t know where or how to start, email me and I’ll send you a copy of my anti inflammatory diet. DrNed@AskDrNed.com
“If you aren’t satisfied with where you are in life, food is your biggest lever. Many think of foods for their ability to provide, fuel, entertainment, healthy living or weight loss. The food you eat affects your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. In reality, food is an opportunity to become an agent to act and not to be acted upon. Thus, changing the way you eat will produce a domino effect that will transform every facet of your life.” R. Ned McArthur, D.C.
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