How does diabetes work on the basic level? How do you explain it to the people in your life?
Most food we eat is broken down into glucose, the form of sugar in the blood, as the body’s main source of fuel. After digestion, glucose enters the bloodstream and flows throughout the body to be used for energy. However, insulin must be present to allow glucose to enter the cells. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas, which is a large gland behind the stomach.
Maybe you’ve just been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Or maybe you’ve been living with it for awhile. Here’s the thing: your journey is unique and it starts fresh every day.
A huge part of managing type 2 diabetes is developing a healthy diet. You need to eat something sustainable that helps you feel better and still makes you feel happy and fed. Remember, it’s a process. Work to find helpful tips and diet plans that best suit your lifestyle—and how you can make your nutritional intake work the hardest for you.
Fitness is a key part of managing type 2. And the good news, all you have to do is get moving. You don’t have to become an ultra-marathoner. You can start slowly with a walk around the block or a simple bike ride. The key is to find activities you love and do them as often as you can.
Why Lysulin works
Glucose in your bloodstream attaches to life-giving proteins, adversely affecting how these proteins are meant to work. As these undesirable “Glycated Proteins” increase, so do the A1c levels in your body, along with the risk of damage to your heart, blood vessels, kidneys, and eyesight.
Fortunately, there’s help. Lysulin acts as a guardian by binding to glucose, shielding your proteins from reacting with glucose. The Lysulin bound to glucose is safely excreted through urine. Actively managing your blood sugar promotes metabolic, cardiovascular, and neurological health. Lysulin provides nutritional support to help you improve your health and maintain healthy Hemoglobin A1c levels.