How Does High
Blood Sugar Affect Me?
Whenever we eat, our blood sugar increases. Depending on what & when we eat, we can control how much our blood sugar levels rise. Insulin increases to open up our cells like a key to receive the sugar for energy and eliminate it from the blood. Too much insulin makes our bodies not want to respond to it, seeing it as toxic. This eventually becomes insulin resistance. Weight loss could then become exponentially more difficult.
Sugar has to go somewhere, and if it doesn’t enter our muscles to be burned for energy, it can be converted into fat that lingers on the body. In extreme cases, it can cause plaque to build up in arteries like a band-aid to try to repair the arterial tears that high insulin & sugar cause. If the plaque breaks off & travels through the bloodstream to the brain, it can cause a stroke. It also can harden kidneys & cause cataracts. Let us help you re-wire your body to run on body fat and re-sensitize your cells.