Your health begins in the gut!
Your intestinal microbiome may also play role in the regulation of blood sugar levels according to a new Canadian study.
The study utilized participants following the DASH diet, standing for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, a diet plan originally created to help people lower blood sugar more so than to lose weight and is recommended to people with high blood pressure. It is also one of the most effective non-drug related methods to improve aspects of heart health such as lowering blood pressure. The participants in the study who also consumed probiotics showed a decrease in their blood sugar levels over a three-month period.
Although there is not necessarily causation with correlation, the gut bacteria uses a compound called butyrate which may play a role in insulin sensitivity. With higher sensitivity the body more easily absorbs sugar from the blood.
I recommend Xymogen's CinnDromX capsules and OptiMetabolix fast-acting shakes to stabilize blood sugar levels. Daily exercise is a must for everyone to stimulate the insulin receptors and improve the intestinal microbiome.
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