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The Importance of Healthy Glucose Levels

September 15, 2020

The Importance of Healthy Glucose Levels

Blood sugar isn't just crucial for people with diabetes. Every person needs to maintain healthy blood sugar levels to stay healthy and function effectively in life. Read on to learn why healthy glucose levels are so important for health, wellness, and performance and how to be sure your glucose levels remain healthy.

 

What Blood Glucose Is and What it Does

 Blood glucose is a type of sugar the bloodstream delivers to all the body's cells to provide them the energy they need to perform their functions. The body's blood glucose levels change throughout the day and night, the amount of sugar in your blood varying according to factors like your diet and exercise levels. 

 To properly function at its best, the body requires a steady supply of the right amount of blood glucose. Too little or too much blood glucose can cause an array of health problems from poor concentration and low energy to fainting, cardiovascular and nervous system problems, and diabetes.

 

Diabetes and Pre-diabetes

 Healthy blood glucose levels are integral for preventing diabetes and pre-diabetes and, in people diagnosed with one of these conditions, for helping to alleviate the symptoms of the disease. 

 If your blood sugar is high but not high enough for a diabetes diagnosis, you could be diagnosed with pre-diabetes. While pre-diabetes doesn't usually have any linked symptoms, it could lead to the development of full-fledged diabetes if not properly treated. To reduce the effects of pre-diabetes and delay or prevent the subsequent onset of diabetes, you must restore and retain healthy glucose levels.  

 With diabetes comes symptoms of extreme thirst or urination, fatigue, and unintended weight loss. Untreated and not properly managed, diabetes can lead to severe and even fatal health conditions, including heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. 

 

How to Maintain Healthy Glucose Levels 

 After fasting for eight hours, a normal blood sugar level is from 70 to 99 mg/dL, while a normal level measured two hours following eating is below 140 mg/dL. If you have not received a pre-diabetes or diabetes diagnosis, you may not need to monitor your glucose level throughout the day, but you should be conscious of it nonetheless to ensure proper health and optimum performance. To keep your blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible, take the following steps:

  • Eat a healthy, balanced diet that includes fresh fruits daily.
  • Avoid refined carbohydrates and simple sugars, like candies and snack foods.
  • Get sufficient, regular, deep, and uninterrupted sleep every night.
  • Take natural herbal supplements that help you maintain healthy glucose levels.

 

 For that last tip, Farlong Pharmaceutical offers several useful natural herbal supplements, such as GlucoPure, containing Gymnema Sylvestre to improve metabolism and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.