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Blood Sugar Ultra

by Alisa Princy (2019-12-13)

Doctors often break the Blood Sugar Ultra Review news of this terrible disease to their patients and leave it at that. Or, they might offer up some broad, common sense advice, such as telling them to 'diet and exercise.' That wisdom is small consolation to someone that's just been given a potential death sentence (which is why so many recently diagnosed Type 2s also tell us that they 'hate' their doctors - few MDs seem to understand the grief, confusion and 'lost' feeling a new diabetic experiences). Our advice to Type 2 diabetics is to follow the doctor's suggestion of diet (follow the U.S.D.A. Food Pyramid for starters) and take up a regimen of moderate exercise (a daily program of 'roving' or extended periods of walking works well).But we also suggest addressing a root cause of diabetes - excess intake of high fructose corn syrup.Research studies are increasingly pointing to this low cost sugar substitute as the culprit in America's diabetic epidemic. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has been shown to drain the body of chromium - a critical trace mineral that helps you to regulate blood sugar levels. Because HFCS is in many foods and beverages today (even baked goods and condiments, like ketchup), a sensible diet, as your doctor recommends, can still contain high enough amounts of this ingredient to cause your blood sugar levels to skyrocket. There are a number of different types of chromium to take as a supplement, including picolinate, acetate and chloride. Each has advantages and disadvantages in regards to efficacy, absorption rates and safety (short and long term). From our experience, based on clinical research, the best found to date is oxygen-coordinated, niacin-bound chromium. Based on studies conducted at Georgetown University Medical Center and Creighton University, this type of niacin bound chromium is the most effective, bio-available and safest chromium form on the market. For recently diagnosed Type 2 diabetics, we strongly urge them to add this supplement to their doctor's recommendation of diet and exercise, in the battle against this dreaded disease.