7 Signs your Blood Sugar Is Out of Control
Nearly 80 Million Americans
Are Already Affected . . . Are You?
An Urgent Men's Health Update
From: S.A. Nickerson
Perhaps you're an exception . . .
But it's usually only the youngsters who enjoy a scary roller coaster ride.
And when it comes to your blood sugar, a roller coaster ride is not only scary — it's potentially unhealthy.
Something to avoid completely . . .
Unfortunately, millions of people — perhaps even you or a loved one — have already strapped in on the blood sugar roller coaster ride.
In fact, government statistics indicate that 79 million adults over age 20 suffer from blood sugar levels in the high normal range.
Here's the good news: these elevated blood sugar levels are not quite high enough to indicate a medically diagnosed condition and are, fortunately, still in a range that can be treated naturally.
And what do government health agencies and most doctors recommend for these elevated blood sugar levels?
Well, losing weight and increasing physical activity, of course . . .
Great ideas . . .
. . . and essential to help keep your blood sugar from continuing the spiral ride upward!
However, noted holistic health expert Dr. David Brownstein has another secret to share with you — some extra natural support to help keep your blood sugar in the normal range.
So what's this natural 'secret' to getting off the blood sugar roller coaster ride?
That's a great question — and Dr. Brownstein will have an answer for you in just a few minutes.
So I'd urge you to pay close attention to this free report.
Because Dr. Brownstein is an expert when it comes to natural treatment for blood sugar concerns.
Perhaps you recognize Dr. Brownstein. He's a renowned medical doctor and also the medical editor of the popular newsletter Dr. Brownstein's Natural Way to Health. He's also a noted speaker, and author of numerous best-selling health books.
And today, he's agreed to share his best natural health strategies and secrets for keeping your blood sugar in the normal range (and off the roller coaster).
So let's get started.
First, it's important to know where you are on the blood sugar roller coaster ride. Or if you're even on the ride at all . . .
Going Up the Blood Sugar Roller Coaster
Perhaps surprisingly, the majority of folks with blood sugar concerns don't even realize it. Even when the signs are clear.
Here are just a few signs to look for when recognizing high blood sugar spikes:
- Feeling sluggish after eating — like you need a nap . . .
- Food cravings, even after eating (especially fatty, sweet, or starchy foods) . . .
- Feeling generally tired or fatigued during the day . . .
And as you probably remember from school, what goes up must eventually come down . . .
Going Down the Blood Sugar Roller Coaster
When your blood sugar drops lower than normal, you may:
- Feel anxious, impatient, or irritable . . .
- Or feel jittery, shaky, even lightheaded . . .
- Crave snacks between meals . . .
- Need to eat NOW . . .
If you see yourself or someone you care about on either or both of these roller coaster rides, it's time to get out of the amusement park.
And it's important to realize that every person is on a different ride.
Some folks may experience predominantly spikes, while others take the gut-sinking ride down most frequently. Still others may swing wildly up and down — again and again.
Wouldn't Life Be Better Without the Roller Coaster?
Fortunately, you now have a great option to keep you off the roller coaster — a powerful doctor-developed, all-natural solution to help maintain your blood sugar in the normal range that you take as part of a healthy diet.
And it comes with many other benefits, too, as you'll see shortly.
But before I tell you about this discovery, it's important to understand why and how you get on the roller coaster in the first place . . .
What Causes Your Blood Sugar to Spike and Dip?
There are some critical reasons why your blood sugar can take you on a roller coaster ride . . .
REASON #1: Perhaps your cells are no longer as sensitive as they should be to insulin, which carries the sugar (or glucose) from your blood to your body's cells. This is known as “insulin sensitivity”.
And unfortunately, your insulin sensitivity naturally decreases as you age. Every time your body's cells become exposed to insulin, they become a bit less sensitive. You can't stop this process as you grow older, but you can help control its rate.
I've been talking a lot about insulin. So in case you don't really understand what insulin does — or how important it is — here's a brief explanation . . .
Insulin is a hormone essential for regulating your carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It's produced by beta cells in the islets of Langerhans inside your pancreas.
Insulin causes cells in your liver, muscles, and fatty tissues to take in glucose from your bloodstream and store it in your liver and muscle in a form known as glycogen — for more long-term use.
So now that you can see how crucial insulin is, how can you help it do its job better, particularly as you age?
Well, your body really needs to get the sugar out of your bloodstream more effectively and into the cells where it belongs — where it can do the work it was designed to do.
And of course, it would be great to increase the number of insulin “binding sites” on your body's cells so they can improve their insulin sensitivity.
And even help support the health of your pancreas.
But let's take a step back to the roller coaster for a moment . . .
REASON #2: For many people, sugar's journey from the food you eat to your bloodstream happens far too fast, overwhelming your natural insulin production. This is especially true when you eat food with lots of simple carbs, including baked goods, pasta, potatoes, and white rice.
And let's just consider your sugar intake for a second . . .
Do you know how much sugar the average American adult eats per day?
Here's a hint: The recommended amount is about 6-9 teaspoons per day.
But according to the American Heart Association, the average adult in the U.S. consumes over 22 teaspoons of sugar each day!
That's over twice the recommended amount. So obviously you should cut back on your sugar intake, but what other kind of help do you need to combat this sugar roller coaster issue?
Well, besides eating fewer high simple carbohydrate foods, you could also use something to slow down the sugar transport from food as it moves through your intestines and into your bloodstream.
Dr. Brownstein took both these reasons into account when he developed a highly effective natural solution for healthy blood sugar. A solution you'll learn about later in this report.
But let's get back to insulin. Because insulin is the key to help unlock your healthy blood sugar levels.
And not only that, but insulin also:
- Has a dramatic effect on your energy levels (wouldn't it be great to recover
that youthful energy you once had?) . . .
- Correlates directly to your overall health and vitality, especially as you age . . .
- Helps maintain normal blood lipid levels, including your cholesterol levels . . .
- Helps maintain muscle tissue (especially important with the muscle
deterioration we experience during the aging process) . . .
- Helps manage sex hormones like estrogen and testosterone . . .
- And that's just the tip of the iceberg . . .
If you think I'm exaggerating the importance of insulin, I can assure you I'm not.
Here's proof . . .
How Important is Insulin to Your Life (and Lifespan)?
Scientists have been busy studying centenarians, people who live to be 100 years or older.
While it seems contrary to what you'd expect, some of these people smoke like a chimney — or drink like a fish. Some are sweet as can be; others are downright ornery. Some eat well and exercise, while others are not exactly role models for healthy living.
So why do they live so long?
Here are the common factors researchers have discovered about centenarians, as reported by medical expert Dr. Ron Rosedale:
- They have relatively low insulin levels . . .
- They have relatively low blood sugar levels for their age . . .
- They have low triglyceride levels for their age . . .
So, according to Dr. Rosedale, if there is a single marker for lifespan as noted in these centenarian studies, it's insulin — specifically insulin sensitivity.
That's why it's so important to maintain your blood sugar in the normal range!
Because the roller coaster ride of blood sugar elevation may actually . . .
Make You Old Before Your Time
Too much sugar or glucose in your blood reacts with certain blood proteins to create “AGEs” — Advanced Glycosylation Endproducts.
Sounds funny, but these AGEs are related to the free radical theory of aging. Certain scientists and holistic physicians believe AGEs are related to accelerated aging throughout your body — and that's not so funny . . .
These AGEs along with increased free radical production cause damage to your body's cells and systems.
This is why you need an abundance of antioxidants in your system at all times to combat this accumulated damage.
Dr. Brownstein made sure he took this into account when he was developing a superstar formula to help optimize your blood sugar. A breakthrough formula based on his 17+ years of research and patient treatment.
Introducing the Ultimate Natural Blood Sugar Solution
I'd like to share with you the great news about Glucose Reduce™ . . .
Glucose Reduce™ contains numerous key ingredients combined into one comprehensive formula — all carefully chosen by Dr. Brownstein to target your healthy blood sugar. Some ingredients in this formula may even have the potential to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels*.
We don't have time during this short presentation to go into detail about all 26 ingredients, but here are some of the 'major players' in this unique formulation.
The Indian Blood Sugar Powerhouse
First off,here's one of the super-advanced glucose support ingredients in Glucose Reduce™ — Silbinol®.
Silbinol® is a specialized extract derived from the bark and heartwood of the Indian Kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium).
Long before researchers began studying P. marsupium, people in India knew about and used this substance for its blood sugar lowering properties. Eventually, scientists started to take notice of its many benefits, as did Dr. Brownstein.
Silbinol® helps support the movement of sugar from your bloodstream into your body's cells, helping to enhance insulin sensitivity*.
In addition to its overall beneficial effect on maintaining healthy blood sugar levels, the Pterocarpus marsupium in Silbinol® also:
- Helps support the health of your pancreas* . . .
(Remember: insulin is produced by these beta cells, specialized cells located
in the islets of Langerhans of the pancreas.)
- May help promote and maintain healthy cholesterol levels* . . .
- Even inhibits COX-2 prostaglandins, thus promoting a healthy response
to inflammation* . . .
And you'll get 450 mg (the full research dose) of this specialized extract in your daily recommended dose of Glucose Reduce™.
The Sugar Destroyer!
Another featured 'major player' included in Glucose Reduce™ is GS4® — a standardized leaf extract of the Gymnema sylvestre plant.
Gymnema sylvestre is a woody climbing plant that grows in India and has a rich history within Ayurvedic philosophy.
Known in Hindu as the “sugar destroyer”, Gymnema sylvestre actually masks your tongue's ability to taste sweet foods — and can help manage those sugar cravings*.
Beyond that, GS4 contains gymnemic acids and other compounds that:
- Help regulate healthy glucose metabolism* . . .
- Help support healthy blood sugar levels* . . .
- May even help with weight maintenance* . . .
Then There's the Leaf You've Probably Never Heard Of . . .
Glucose Reduce™ also contains banaba leaf extract.
The banaba plant grows primarily in the Phillipines, India, China, and Southeast Asia.
Researchers have studied banaba for its blood sugar lowering effect, which is similar to insulin. Banaba's active ingredient is corosolic acid, sometimes known as phyto-insulin (or plant insulin) due to its insulin-like effects.
Banaba leaf extract:
- Helps balance blood sugar* . . .
- Helps promote healthy insulin levels* . . .
This Bitter Fruit is Actually Pretty Sweet . . .
A 4th ingredient in Glucose Reduce™ is bitter melon fruit powder.
Bitter melon contains several promising bioactive compounds, which appear to activate an enzyme called AMPK. This protein plays a key role in regulating your metabolism and moving glucose from the bloodstream to the cells.
This helps increase insulin sensitivity.
Plus — The Super Spice . . .
You'll also find fenugreek seed powder in Glucose Reduce™.
Fenugreek is cultivated worldwide for use as both an herb and a spice.
Compounds in fenugreek seeds help lower blood sugar levels*, plus they:
- Aid in slowing down the absorption of carbohydrates* . . .
- Stimulate secretion of insulin from the pancreas and promote insulin sensitivity* . . .
- Preliminary research suggests it may help support optimal blood cholesterol* . . .
The B's Have It . . .
B vitamins are critical to normal cellular function, particularly nerve function and repair. And individuals with blood sugar concerns tend to need greater levels of B vitamins than others.
So Glucose Reduce™ contains a number of your key 'B's':
Thiamin or B1 — essential for normal glucose metabolism*. The form of thiamin included in Glucose Reduce™, Benfotiamine, also helps support overall arterial health.
Niacin or B3 — supports normal blood cholesterol and triglycerides*.
Vitamin B12 or Cobalamin — this vitamin is well-known for its beneficial effects on nerve cells.
Vitamin B2 or Riboflavin — this 'B' is essential for your body's essential metabolic processes. A deficiency is often found in those with blood sugar concerns.
Vitamin B6 — more support for your healthy nervous system.
Vitamin B5 or Pantothenic acid — sometimes called the “anti-stress vitamin”, B5 is critical for metabolic functions and the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels.
What Others Have Said About Glucose Reduce
- "After a month, my average daily glucose readings showed improvement from 135 to about 115"*
- Anthony N.
- "Yes, I believe it has helped reduce my sugar count. I am a PRE-diabetic & must take the count every morning. The count is usually between 100 & 107. Since Taking Glucose Reduce the numbers have been around 95, 96, 98. I will continue taking Glucose Reduce to see if the numbers can reduce to somewhere in the 80's. Thank you very much."*
- Laveda M.
- "I believe it (Glucose Reduce) has been working good for me. I have lower glucose readings!"*
- Renato S.
- "For two years I had been battling Pre-Diabetes. After changing my eating habits, losing 15 pounds (I now weigh 124) and walking 3 miles a day my AIC was worse than it had been 6 months before. Three months after starting Glucose Reduce, my glucose is under control, my AIC went down below 6 and I am no longer considered pre-diabetic. I refused to take prescription drugs and am so happy that I found an alternative! Thank you!!"*
- Snadra W.
A's to Remember . . .
Glucose Reduce™ contains two all-important “A's”:
ALA (Alpha-lipoic acid) — ALA not only helps with blood sugar metabolism. It also helps reduce those pesky free radicals with its antioxidant properties. In fact, ALA is sometimes called the “universal antioxidant” because it multiplies the benefits of other antioxidant nutrients in your body.
ALC (Acetyl-L-carnitine) — ALC is also a special antioxidant that help support nerve cells.
Trace Minerals Including Chromium
The trace mineral chromium helps to increase the number of binding sites on your body's cells for insulin to enter. And you'll get a full 300 mcg (even more than the typical 200 mcg research dose) in your daily recommended amount of Glucose Reduce™.
I could go on and on in much more detail about the benefits of all the additional hand-picked ingredients in Glucose Reduce™, but I'm afraid this would take several hours !
For example, I haven't even discussed the healthy dose of cinnamon bark powder Dr. Brownstein added because of its blood sugar balancing benefits*. Or the many other ingredients.
Instead, let's see what Dr. Brownstein has to share with you on WHY he believes keeping your blood sugar in the normal range is one of the most important things you can do for your own health.
“Hi, my name is Dr. David Brownstein. As you've read in this report, I am a medical doctor with extensive experience using holistic and natural methods whenever possible to help my patients achieve optimal health. I've been practicing medicine for over 17 years.
Now I have to tell you in all seriousness: high blood sugar is, in my opinion, the #1 health crisis facing us today in the United States.
We are, sadly, the most overweight country in the world.
We suffer more in the U.S. from the numerous conditions related to high blood sugar than people in any other country in the world.
And not only that, but issues related to high blood sugar are overwhelming our health care industry and stand to bankrupt our society.
So high blood sugar is no joke — this is something you need to take seriously.
And that is why I developed Glucose Reduce™.
Combining Glucose Reduce™ with proper diet and exercise gives you the best chance to balance out your blood sugar over the long term*.
Keep you feeling young, active, and healthier for life, without the fatigue, mood swings, jittery feelings, or food cravings common to blood sugar problems.
And remember: many people have absolutely no symptoms with high blood sugar — until it's too late, that is . . .
So try to keep your blood sugar levels normal the natural way — it's easy!
My hope is that you'll never get a lecture (or another lecture) from your doctor about your blood sugar again. In fact, don't be surprised if you hear only good things from your doctor at your next checkup.”
So as you've heard, avoiding the blood sugar roller coaster is a relatively simple equation:
Eat a healthy diet with minimal sugar intake and minimal simple or high-glycemic carb intake (high-glycemic carbs hit your bloodstream too quickly during your digestion process)
+ daily exercise including resistance
or strength training (found to lower
+ Glucose Reduce™ natural solution
for supporting healthy blood sugar
= optimal blood glucose levels!*
Plus, by following this simple program, you'll also have these added benefits:
- Support for healthy cholesterol levels* . . .
- Maintain healthy weight and a youthful body* . . .
- Have plenty of energy to help you get through the day again*...
- Forget mood swings and food cravings* . . .
- Avoid strict, tasteless diets and lectures from your doctor
(instead, impress your doc at your next checkup) . . .
Imagine not having to give your blood sugar a second thought ever again . . .
In fact, we guarantee your satisfaction.
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How sure are we that Glucose Reduce™ will work for you?
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You get results or it costs you nothing.
Remember . . .
The choice is yours. But finally, you can do something about your blood sugar — and you can stop feeling guilty and out of control with this safe and effective, doctor-developed natural blood sugar balancing formula.
You've nothing to lose — except that wild ride on the blood sugar roller coaster . . .
Yours in health,
S. A. Nickerson
P.S.: In addition to a healthy diet and exercise, Glucose Reduce™ could well be what you need to help you get off the blood sugar roller coaster. Plus, your satisfaction is guaranteed.
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