Tagged: Blood sugar

Anxiety Diet – Avoid Sugar and Control Blood Sugar Swings

Eating refined sugar and other refined, processed carbohydrates, and the resulting excessive fluctuations in blood sugar levels, can contribute to anxiety. Addressing these factors often reduces and sometimes completely alleviates anxiety, nervousness, irritability, and...

Vascular Glucose Transport and the Metabolic Syndrome

The metabolic syndrome comprises a wide range of physiopathological abnormalities, all involved in systemic changes, occurring in different territories of the body. Glucose transporter changes throughout the body are observed in diverse degrees in...

What to Eat to Treat Diabetes

Diabetes affects the cardiovascular, glandular, musculoskeletal, and respiratory immune centers. Chicken soup may be good for the common cold, but onion soup is just what the dietician ordered for diabetes. Both onions and garlic...

Clinical Evidence of Your Healing System at Work

We’ve already looked at healing responses in general, and we’ve seen several different examples of the healing system at work to help heal superficial injuries. Now let’s move deeper inside the body as we...

Sugar – the Real Demon in the Diet

FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO LIKE TO CUT RIGHT TO THE CHASE, here’s this post’s take-home point: Sugar is a far greater danger to your heart than fat ever was. The full story of sugar,...