The one vitamin that can help you manage your blood sugar without the 'headaches'!
In a recent meta-analysis, which looked at 12 research studies on the effects of vitamins on blood sugar
, the researchers found that vitamin E was effective in reducing both blood sugar and glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c), which reflects the average blood sugar levels over the past three months. The researchers published their findings in the journal, Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome
The researchers think the reason vitamin E is so effective in reducing sugar spikes is because of its antioxidant properties. They neutralise the oxidative stress
that causes damage to the cells in the pancreas, which releases insulin.
But there's even more good news for diabetics, keep reading...
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Your liver could be hiding a dangerous secret that's crushing your blood sugar efforts!
Before modern farming, refrigeration and, well, the convenience of grocery stores, it wasn’t unusual to go days, even weeks without food.
That’s why your body has a safety mechanism.
It was actually designed to prepare for times when food is scarce, by tucking away “emergency” sugar supplies to use for energy.
And this “emergency supply” of sugar is stored in your liver.
Here’s the catch - your liver has no idea that you live a few minutes from the nearest grocery store…
That you have a fridge full of food…
And that chances are pretty slim you’ll ever go days (much less weeks) without food.
So that stored up sugar just sits in your liver, creating fat
… jacking up your triglyceride levels… and wreaking havoc on your entire body.
Find out how to safely and naturally stop this process here...
The double punch against diabetes symptoms...
The researchers also discovered that vitamin E combined with vitamin C, which is also a potent antioxidant, pack a double-punch against diabetes
symptoms. They help reduce complications associated with diabetes, including heart disease
, nerve pain
, skin damage, kidney problems and vision loss.
Even if you don't have diabetes, vitamin E can help reduce the symptoms of premature ageing
, like macular degeneration
, Alzheimer's and hearing loss.
Sounds like a no-brainer for everyone who wants to prevent disease and stay healthy for years to come.
Besides taking supplements daily, you can increase your intake of vitamin E by including these foods into your diet: Leafy greens, nuts, seeds, avocados, dried apricots and kiwi fruit.
Why battle with your blood sugar spikes when you can easily manage them naturally with vitamin E and C.