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Diabetic? Here's how to lower your blood pressure and improve insulin sensitivity...

by , 08 January 2019
Diabetic? Here's how to lower your blood pressure and improve insulin sensitivity...
People with high blood pressure who have Type-II (adult onset) diabetes, usually have insulin resistance/ hyperinsulineamia.

Insulin resistance refers to the impaired use of insulin by cell membranes. And, hyperinsulinaemia occurs when the pancreas
overproduce insulin in an attempt to overcome insulin resistance.

Hyperinsulinaemia is a known cause of high blood pressure.

Find out below how to lower your blood pressure and improve insulin sensitivity...

The first step to lowering your blood pressure and reducing insulin sensitivity...

To bring insulin overproduction under control, the most necessary dietary changes are total elimination of sugar and refined carbohydrates and a sharp reduction in overall carbohydrate intake.

It’s especially important to eliminate such starches as potatoes, beans, pasta and grains. Obviously, this diet pattern is not vegetarian, but as it helps bring hyperinsulinism under control, blood pressure is also better
regulated.

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You can also take natural supplements to help regulate your insulin. There are a few nutrients that have been shown to be helpful in Type-II diabetes - and taking them all individually would be a real chore. Opt for a quality formula such as Gluco-Control Plus to manage blood-sugar control.

In addition, there's another three nutrients you should take - find out what they are below...

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Three more nutrients to aid with blood sugar control

One of the most important blood-sugar controlling ingredients is
chromium. Chromium helps to restore the cell membrane response to insulin.

There are also two more ingredients you should take...

The first is niacin. With chromium, niacin forms part of a molecule called the glucose-tolerance factor, which helps insulin do its job. Both chromium and niacin will get your cells to pay attention to the insulin again, so your insulin and blood-sugar levels should go down. It’s important to do initial and follow-up testing with your doctor to monitor
your progress.

Finally, you should also take 1 tablespoon of flaxseed daily or, if you prefer capsules, take five of the 1,000-milligram-size daily. Flaxseed also helps your cells use insulin.

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