5 Tips For Keeping Blood Sugar Levels Balanced All Day Long


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  1. Sandy Weinstein says:

    i watch my sugar intake daily b/c both of my parents had diabetes. so even though i am thin and fairly active, i am still susceptible to diabetes since it runs in the family. shared on fb

  2. Mya Murphy says:

    I am hypoglycemic and I always have issues with my blood sugar. This is one awesome read!

  3. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I really didn’t know that you have to have an certain amount of sugar,that helps different parts of my body!

  4. Shannon S. says:

    I agree we can all do little things to help.

  5. Meghan K says:

    I started doing high protein meals lately. I can really tell a difference.

  6. Lots to think about, thanks

  7. Betty Beck says:

    My husband could use this.

  8. Barrie says:

    My husband is diabetic but has been able to control it through diet and exercise. So important to eat every 3-4 hours to keep insulin constant and no crashing!

  9. Nancy says:

    These are great ideas for keeping your blood sugar levels balanced. Many of these are great tips for healthy eating for anyone.

  10. Joanna Roulette says:


  11. Sylvia Svihel says:

    I am quite familiar with this as my husband is a diabetic.

  12. Kaye Newman says:

    Thanks for the great tips.

  13. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    Very good to know, excellent tips.

  14. Danielle S says:

    To help my blood sugar levels, I take GTF Chromium daily.

  15. MaryEllen S says:

    I stopped drinking any soda (sugar or substitute-sugar) 3 years ago and I felt so much better. I have in the last year and 1/2 stopped putting any sweetener in my coffee or tea and I notice how much better I feel.

  16. VICKI RAINS says:

    I always have issues with my blood sugar. These are great ideas for keeping your blood sugar levels balanced,

  17. Debbi Shaw says:

    thanks for the info

  18. Sasha Henrich says:

    Ketogenic diet is extremely helpful for keeping your blood sugar levels in check. High Fat, low Carb.

  19. belinda bell says:

    I like all of the tips

  20. Evelyn Chuter says:

    I should watch my sugar intake more. Thanks for the article.

  21. Elissa Mahler says:

    My husband has been controlling his diabetes with a Low Carb diet!

  22. melanie phelps says:

    I am type 2 diabetic and was recently hospitalized with DKA (diabeticketoacidosis) I still am trying to get sugars under control and am having such a hard time.

  23. April says:

    We all need this. Sugar is so rampant in the American diet. 0-o

  24. Chris Dixon says:

    We eat low/healthy carbs and lots of protein to keep fit and feel good.

  25. rochelle haynes says:

    I have this and my sugar is high thanks for the info

  26. I do not have diabetes but am high risk.I try to maintain a diet that is balanced with high in protein,low carb,high fiber.

  27. Tammy Lambur says:

    I like keeping my diet high in fiber and take a Tumeric supplement daily

  28. I love your tips and suggestion here, I try to stay away from sugar, I do have it in my coffee in the morning but other than that , I have been trying to eat healthier so I can be around for my grandchildren.

  29. Andrea Bullock says:

    Hi I understand now. Seems like everyone in the family talks about their sugar being high. Thx!

  30. melanie blanco says:

    Good advise

  31. Lynne B says:

    Exercise is the toughest part for me. I use coconut oil in my coffee and that help me a lot.

  32. Becky Richardson says:

    These are some really good tips. Thanks for sharing.

  33. Sheila Vives says:

    I just started doing this for my mom who is diabetic. Good healthy balanced eating is key to good health.

  34. K. Lyons says:

    I don’t use artificial sweeteners and have significantly reduced the amount of sugar I consume.

  35. Nidhi Chauhan says:

    These all are very useful tips. Thanks for sharing.


    I cannot exercise due to health problems right now and the ONLY beverage I can drink is dark colored sodas due to colon surgery 2 years ago! I try to eat healthy but have just now been able to eat after 20 months!!

  37. melissa baker says:

    I have to keep my blood sugar down!

  38. Barbara says:

    thank you for the information

  39. Joyce McDaniel says:

    I like all the information you provided. I am starting a weight loss problem and this will help me a lot.

  40. Lisa M says:

    I am very aware of sugar and processed foods in our diets with a family history of diabetes. The notion of moving throughout the day is so very important.

  41. Rena Smith says:

    ty for the info 🙂

  42. Nancy says:

    Great tips. Thanks!

  43. Chelle says:

    thanks for the information! 🙂

  44. LaKeisha J. says:

    These are great tips.

  45. Carrie goodin says:

    very informative read. thank you

  46. crystal frey says:

    great tips awesome thank you

  47. jennifer stapp says:

    Great information. I quit the sugary foods and drinks just last year, along with caffeine. and I added coconut oil.

  48. karen bellomy says:

    I grab raisans and dried fruit to snack on so much healthier and gives instant energy

  49. Jeannie Pratt says:

    This article will help alot of people

  50. I had no idea that coconut oil could help with managing blood sugar. Guess it makes sense because it is a healthy fat and helps with satiety.

  51. Linda Frank says:

    I learned a lot – although I am on insulin, perhaps what I’ve learned here will help.

  52. Rachael DeBates says:

    i get hungry all the time and wait and wait till i eat and end up not being able to eat too much, i get full so fast. interesting tips!

  53. Linda Finn says:

    I take Alpha lipoic acid, use only stevia and take cromium polyniconate !
    Do not use sugar !!! Eat Proteins !!!

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