5 Key factors to our Weight Loss for People with High Blood Sugar

So, what are the Keys To Our Weight Loss Program For People With High Blood Sugar

Key #1 – Control Of Insulin Surges

For a majority of clients, their diabetes comes as a consequence of abnormal insulin surges. When you eat a heavy carbohydrate meal, you dump a bunch of blood sugar into your blood stream. Insulin is then released, signaling to your cells to move the blood sugar out of the blood stream and into the cells.

When there is more blood sugar than the cells can handle, your pancreas, which still detects excess sugar, releases even more insulin. As a defense mechanism, your body begins to down-regulate or de-sensitize its receptors.

Over time your cells are very resistant to insulin and it is difficult to move sugar out of the blood stream and into the cells, resulting in increases of blood sugars till it reaches the point it is called and labeled diabetes.

Precisely controlling the amount of blood sugar that hits the blood stream, thus avoiding huge surges of insulin is key #1 in reversing this cycle.

The end result, of prolonged exposure of insulin-responsive create a state of severe insulin resistance.

Key #2 – Desensitizing Of Insulin Receptors

Once we stop the insulin surges we must re-sensitize your cells to insulin. The more responsive your cells are to insulin the easier it is to keep your blood sugar stable. Through exhaustive research we have put together some of the most powerful nutritional protocols available to do just this.

Key #3 – Stabilization and repair of Adrenal Gland Function

Cushing syndrome is a hormonal disorder of the adrenal glands. It happens when the adrenal glands produce too much cortisol. Under normal circumstances, cortisol stimulates the body to produce sugar. When the adrenal glands produce too much cortisol, as is the case in Cushing syndrome, blood sugar levels can get high, and this could lead to diabetes

 Your adrenal glands, two tiny glands that sit on top of your kidneys, are responsible for the production of a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol is what is called a diabetogenic hormone, meaning it promotes increased blood sugar when in excess and therefore lead to diabetes.

Getting your adrenal glands functioning is essential for diabetics if they want to lose weight. This key is almost always overlooked and will lead to failure if this aspect is not handled just right.

Key #4 – Identification and Removal of Food Sensitivities

Many clients have unidentified immune sensitivities to foods. This leads to inflammation and destruction of the gastrointestinal (GI) barrier. Your GI barrier protects your body from bacteria, parasites, and other things as they are processed in your intestines.

The low-grade inflammation created from food sensitivities also drives cortisol production, which we now know raises blood sugar.

It’s a cycle. The food sensitivity creates inflammation, which stimulates cortisol production by the adrenals, which raises blood sugar. Without removing the food sensitivity, the cycle will always remain.

Key #5 – Restoration of Gut Barrier Integrity

Long term food sensitivities will result in a condition called “leaky gut”. This is when the cells lining the intestines become too far apart, allowing partially digested food proteins to pass into the blood stream and create inflammation. This starts and maintains the inflammation cycle mentioned above.

We can determine through special lab testing whether you have a Leaky Gut. If present we can design custom management protocols to heal the stomach lining and dramatically reduce the inflammation in your body.

Our hope in writing this for you is that you clearly see that blood sugar can be supported and even may reduce, that there is hope, and this is completely within your control. The future with diabetes can look bleak, especially if not properly managed or you if you fail to deal the 5 Keys laid out in this report. If you do the right things then the future can be bright. In fact, diabetes doesn’t have to be part of your future at all.

It is not easy, but with the right guide, armed with the right expertise it is quite easy to do. This is our passion and what we do day in and day out. We want to invite you to our office for a complete diabetes case review and consultation. It will allow us to completely review your nutrition status and determine if and how we can support you approach this problem with food.

“I’m Ready To Get On Track and Start Feeling Good And Losing Weight, What Do I Do?”

At this point, you should realize that what you have done up to this point is not going to move you toward your goals. You really should be asking, “How can I get this type of functional nutrition support approach? How can I get the kind of intervention you describe?”

Are You Qualified For Our Program?

Please call us at: 408-966-4972 to schedule your FREE 20 minute Nutritional Consultation

The Case Review and Consultation Includes:

  • A review of your health history
  • Nutritional Evaluation
  • A One-On-One Consultation
  • Recommended Action Plan

To schedule, simply call or email us at contact@mor-nutrition4life.com with your full name, email address and best contact phone number.

We will promptly call you back at your convenience to schedule your consultation and case review.

You Can Get Back On Track To Regaining Your Health!

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 If You Are Ready to Change Your Life Please

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