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3 Easy Ways To Reduce High Glucose Levels

high glucose levelsAre you struggling with high glucose levels and looking for a solution? I’m going share with you how to get normal blood sugar levels quickly, easily, and naturally… and keep them there!

So you don’t have to go on more medications, or struggle with the diabetes blood sugar riddle, any more.

In a minute, I’ll share with you 3 easy ways to lower your blood sugar levels, but before I get to that… I want you to know one thing…

If you take one thing away from this video, it’s this… don’t simply rely on drugs to keep your blood sugar levels down, because all drugs fail.

Maybe your doctor hasn’t told you this, but I can tell you from my experience of working in the industry. Drugs fail, to keep your blood sugar levels under control, for long-term. Many fail, in less than a YEAR! This is why, doctors end up putting people on multiple drugs. This is the cold hard truth.

And more importantly… We all know what high blood sugar levels can do to your body long-term.

It’s toxic to you organs. And I’m going to help you prevent conditions like nerve damage, heart damage, or amputations, like you see here from happening to you so you don’t have to deal with this.

First, here’s what you’ll want to do…

3 Ways To Lower High Glucose Levels 

1. Start with your current medications.

Find out what medications you are taking. Chances are, the drug you are taking isn’t working for you anymore. This is very common. Doctors usually start with drugs that are supposed to treat one defect of type 2 diabetes. But in the end it’s one big juggling act, where before you know it you can end up on multiple medications, all which have severe side effects.

During this process, you’ll really want to dial in on the problems you’re having.

Listen to your body.

If you’re struggling with fastings, or post-meal blood sugar numbers, or both, you’ll want to figure that out. This affects the type of medicine your doctor prescribes for you. If this sounds confusing, don’t worry.

I’ll explain exactly how to get this done in more detail later… but the bottom line, the first place for most people to look at what is happening is after meals… because fasting blood sugar levels, usually are a later stage problem. At this stage of the game it’s usually late and doctors are trying to play catch up.

I’ll share with you how you can correct this in second.

2. Figure out what your problem foods, and reduce them.

If you can, it’s even better to replace them altogether with foods that are gentler on your blood sugar. You’ll be surprised, some of the foods that you think are ok… might be doing a number on your blood sugar.

I’ve seen this problem with wheat bread and many other “so-called” healthy foods. Where people have thought they were so healthy, only to find it wreaked havoc on their blood sugar. The only way to know for sure is to test as often as possible.


3. Take matters into your own hands.

Stop relying, solely on your doctor to keep you healthy forever. Take accountability. Look at your numbers differently. Aim for normal ranges. Many of the guidelines set by the ADA, are designed with medications in mind.

Some medications have severe side effects, which can make your blood sugar go too low. This is why the ADA’s numbers are conservative. I recommend you play by a different set of rules if you want to take accountability and stop relying on drugs for the rest of your life.

Ok, so while these 3 tips work great, you might be wondering “is there an easier and faster way to get high glucose levels under control, and keep them there for the long haul?”

Well, yes there is!

No too long ago, I put together a program called Master Your Diabetes, where I share my knowledge from years of being an insider in the pharmaceutical industry. I’ve personally worked with over 500 doctors who treat diabetes.

The great thing about this product is it offers simple techniques for getting your numbers down, and keeping them there… so you don’t have to go on more and more medications.

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