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1. Increase your activity level: exercise acts like an  Nucentix Blood Sugar GS-85 Review  insulin shot… it lowers blood glucose. It has been repeatedly demonstrated that exercising after eating, when your blood sugars are at their highest, will lower these levels. And exercising after breakfast appears to make physical activity later in the day, even more powerful in keeping your blood glucose under control.

2. Drink additional fluids: often dehydration leads to high concentrations of sugar in your bloodstream. Drinking two to three quarts (two to three liters) of sugar free liquids each day helps prevent dehydration. When your blood sugars are high, drinking sugar free liquids helps to dilute it.

3. Eat less carbohydrates at the next meal: a basic guideline is to eliminate carbohydrates, or choose foods with a lower glycemic index until your blood sugar levels return to your target range. If you are working with exchanges, eliminating one starch exchange or fruit exchange, will lower your blood glucose by 30 mg/dl (1.67 mmol/l). If you are overweight or obese, just losing five to ten per cent of your total weight will dramatically lower your levels.



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