By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
May 17, 2017
- Artificial sweeteners are a metabolic disaster in the making
- The truth behind whole grains and fiber
- What defines a “healthy” fat?
As far as maintaining healthy blood sugar is concerned, the classic interpretation is pretty straightforward. Cut down on your sugar and carbohydrate intake. Avoid processed foods. Get more fiber, eat more whole grains and add more healthy fats.
While this logic is sound, some of it may be sabotaging your efforts to avoid metabolic syndrome and diabetes. And if you’re already having glucose problems, it could be making matters worse. In fact, you could be heading toward a metabolic meltdown. Continue reading