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Blood sugar or glucose is a major source of energy for every cell in your body. Too much or little glucose in your bloodstream can leads to complications such asheart disease, diabetes, fertility problems and memory problems.
Blood sugar or glucose levels need to be regulated as part of metabolic homeostasis because it affects how the body distributes glucose. Normal blood sugar or glucose levels for humans should be about 90 mg/100ml blood or equivalent to 5mM (mmol/l).
While there are many medications available to stabilize blood sugar, you might want to try some natural methods as they don’t have any side effects like hypoglycemia, gastrointestinal discomfort and weight gain.
Here are 8 natural…
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