Blood Sugar Control

Consumption of sugar in the United States is approaching 200 lbs per person, per year. We put it in everything we eat—it tastes good and aids in food processing. But sugar is a precursor to many of the chronic diseases many of us experience, including heart disease and diabetes. But everyone can benefit from keeping their blood sugar levels low. Terry suggests some proven nutrients that can help you get your blood sugar levels down and prevent obesity and other chronic health problems.

 

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