In this very special video and eBook offer, get all the tools you need to make healthful decisions for you and your family. I invite you to watch the in-depth, detailed video about the hidden sugars in many common ‘health’ foods. Follow along and test your blood sugar awareness as I present real examples from your local health food market. The results may surprise you!
Only 10,000 years ago the sweetest fruit was only about as sweet as today’s carrot, according to Harvard professor Daniel Lieberman in his new book, The Story of the Human Body. As a result, we are just not genetically able to handle the hybridized fruits and starches that have all gotten sweeter and sweeter. Processed foods deliver sugar and indigestible fats into our blood and liver, depleting the body of essential good fats and overwhelming the body with toxic amounts of sugar to do any body good.
At the same time, a dopamine-fueled culture of I gotta have it now prompts us to be always at the beck and call of our latest craving, creating the perfect setup for all kinds of addictions, the most widespread of which is probably the addiction to sugar. You may be well aware of the pre-diabetes epidemic that experts say will affect all adult Americans in the next ten years, but I wonder if you are really aware of the hidden sugars in many so-called “health foods.” My Blood Sugar Awareness Video Quiz, along with this eBook, are attempts to raise your blood sugar awareness and inspire you to stave off some of the havoc that sugar wreaks on the brain, skin, cells, heart, gut, joints and more. Most importantly, I’ll be teaching you how to take responsibility for your blood sugar health in the short and long term.
I encourage you to read this book to arm yourself with the knowledge you need to successfully navigate the blood sugar terrain.
Herbal support for healthy blood sugar
Sugar Destroyer is a formula that has been used for thousands of years to support healthy blood sugar. Gymnema sylvestre, which is in the Sugar Destroyer formula, dulls the ability of the taste buds to recognize the sweet taste, which may naturally decrease the desire for sweets. It also dulls the intestinal tract from absorbing simple sugars, which may encourage the body to use fat instead of sugar as a fuel supply.
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