Have you ever been told your blood sugar is high or you might have an insulin resistance, glucose intolerance, pre-diabetes, or type 2 diabetes? Or, you simply notice those awful blood sugar highs and lows after eating and want to feel better? You are not alone. Over half the population of the United States experiences some form of blood sugar (glucose) problem, and many go undiagnosed. Eating a sugar-free diet may be part of the solution.
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Add probiotics to your diet to keep thin! According to many studies, probiotics may alter the permeability of the intestinal wall, keeping inflammatory molecules from entering the bloodstream and helping prevent a chain reaction leading to glucose intolerance, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. Here are a few examples of probiotic foods can help you add the healthy bacteria to your daily diet.
Carbohydrate Intolerance Fact Sheet | Treatment of fructose intolerance includes limiting or eliminating fructose and sucrose from the diet. Remember sucrose becomes fructose (and glucose) during digestion. Fructose tolerance dictates how strict the diet needs to be. A barrier to managing fructose intolerance is figuring out the fructose content in foods and beverages. (Table 5)