How to lower blood sugar levels?

The correct blood sugar level is very important for the health and proper functioning of the body. Each cell of the body is equipped with receptors that allow the absorption of glucose into the cell – this process takes place with the participation of hormones (insulin) secreted by the pancreas. For cells to function, they need a strictly defined dose of glucose. Both deficiency and excess sugar is harmful to health. In modern times, excess blood sugar is a common problem. So how do you bring your blood sugar to normal? Read more

High blood sugar and dementia

Studies show a direct relationship that combines high blood sugar with an increased risk of cognitive impairment and dementia. Atherosclerotic changes as well as hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia levels increase the risk of dementia and cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer’s disease. There are several mechanisms that can be responsible for this. Read more

Dietary fiber in the diet of diabetics

There are many publications in the media and the Internet about the infinite health benefits that arise from eating dietary fiber. Nutritionists have been promoting the consumption of fiber-rich foods for many years. It turns out that for people suffering from type 1 or type 2 diabetes, dietary fiber is one of the most important nutrients. How does dietary fiber help diabetics? Read more