What Do Diabetes, Sugar Cravings, Low Blood Sugar and Stubborn Weight Loss All Have in Common?

Do you suffer from any of these?

  • Difficulty losing weight
  • Energy drop mid morning or mid afternoon (hence the need for the coffee and/or sugar hit).
  • Sugar cravings.
  • Brain fatigue and other mental functions.
  • Headaches
  • Allergies
  • Yeast and Candida overgrowth.
  • Behavioural and learning difficulties in children (and even adults!).
  • Immune System weakness.
It Could Be Due To a Blood Sugar Handling Problem!

What is a blood sugar handling problem?

A blood sugar handling (BSH) problem occurs when the human body is unable to maintain the correct levels of sugar or glucose within the normal range in the blood stream. Too high (hyperglycaemia) or too low (hypoglycaemia) or a combination of both (fluctuating between high and low) can cause anywhere from mild to severe symptoms and problems – diabetes being a classic example.

What you will learn in this Webinar

  • What causes blood sugar handling problems?
  • The solution
  • Two fundamental reasons why you get cravings:
  • How to get rid of your CRAVINGS for good!
  • Do blood sugar levels influence the body’s stores of excess fat?
  • The most important meal of the day especially for kids
  • The connection between Allergies and Blood Sugar
  • The simple readily available food that helps balance the blood sugar

 

Also revealed in this Webinar will be:

The Four Unknown Secrets of Sugar Control
  1. Glycemic Load vs. Glycemic Index & the important differenceYou can have a higher than desirable glycemic index yet if the glycemic load is not high that indicates that those foods are okay in moderation.
    For example Buckwheat has GI of 45 but a GL of 13 – so it’s okay
  2. ANDI – Aggregate Nutritional Density IndexA very fancy term to indicate the nutritional content of a particular food. The food may have a high glycemic index which a tendency towards elevating your blood sugar, yet if its nutritional density is high then those foods are relatively okay.
  3. Poorly Absorbed Starch – Good or Bad?We said before how starchy foods usually have a high glycemic index however some starchy foods are either resistant to absorption or poorly absorbed from the gut into the blood stream. Now you might think this is a bad thing but obviously what that does is reduce the sugar hit.
  4. High FibreThe more fibre in a particular food the more slowly the sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream. Some fibre is broken down and absorbed and some fibre is not absorbed but as with the starch this non absorbed fibre is very healthy for the bowels.

 

To Register click here ……………………………

Webinar Details :- Wed. 13th June, 7.30 pm, your place

To your health,

www.drbilldavison.com

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