Making Unpredictable Blood Sugars Predictable

HeConnection-HeS-Lifestyle-Making Unpredictable Blood Sugars PredictableMaking Unpredictable Blood Sugars Predictable – When you have insulin-dependent diabetes, you cannot predict what your sugar level will do. You cannot get the balance right between blood sugar and insulin. You will always be wrong. If you happen to get it right, it is only by accident.

Does this describe you and your rollercoaster sugar control? Take heart! You can make the unpredictable more predictable!

If you didn’t take any insulin at all, then your blood glucose would probably not come down. However, you won’t need as much insulin if you limit eating high-glycemic or highly processed carbohydrates. Conversely, if you don’t require as much insulin because you focus on very low-glycemic carbohydrates in place of those found in the typical Western diet, then you won’t need to correct low blood sugars (hypoglycemia) with as many carbohydrates in order to stay in a healthy range.  If you eliminate high-glycemic or highly processed carbohydrates, then your blood glucose will not spike nearly as high (if at all!).

Ron Raab, OAM, B. Ec., President, Insulin for Life, Australia and Global, and Past Vice-President, International Diabetes Federation states, There is a fundamental truth. Blood glucose levels in people with diabetes vary with increasing unpredictability as the consumption of carbohydrate increases.”

A change of your diet and lifestyle can help you manage your blood sugar in a much more predicable range, avoiding the roller coaster of highs and lows. You may find you have fewer hyperglycemic and hypoglycemic episodes, and when you do have them, their intensity will be slight (i.e., not as steep as those caused by the larger under- and over-doses of insulin that often accompany high-carb foods).

The bottom line is that when you eat the type of carbohydrates found in abundance in the typical Western diet, your risk of under-or over-dosing insulin is greater in magnitude because you are using larger amounts of insulin to cover the effects of these carbohydrates in your body. This makes blood sugar control less predictable than it should be for optimal health.

HeS-Better-Health-Brighter-Days-Making Unpredictable Blood Sugars PredictableThe typical Western lifestyle is killing us with chronic diseases, and you can help lead the way in a healthy new direction. We have seen our two boys with type 1 diabetes grow and thrive since January of 2008 when we started on this journey with the Health-e-Solutions lifestyle.  You can travel this road better equipped than we were! Our Recipe e-Books provide alternatives to the typical high-carb, low nutrition foods that are standard fare for the typical western diet. Our Home Study Course teaches you how to implement the Roman Diet and Health-e-Solutions lifestyle in a practical and livable way. It will save you so much of the time and effort we spent learning, studying and experimenting to find the healthiest way possible to overcome this disease. Our support services can make the difference between success and failure during your transformation. And our Natural Solutions will take you deeper into practical application and underlying research. We think it can form the foundation for a natural, way to better manage all types of diabetes.

HeS-Advanced-Resources-Making Unpredictable Blood Sugars PredictableOur Roman Diet Diabetes recipe e-books, workshops, home study course, support services, and Natural Solutions can take years off your learning curve. We have put together what we have learned since 2008 into a comprehensive package to make it easier for you to start on the right foot, no matter where you are starting.

We organized our Natural Solutions under what we call our #FrameworkOfHOPE. This is the framework that categorizes and systematizes what we have learned for success in building a healthier lifestyle with optimal #BloodSugarControl, greater confidence, sustainability and satisfaction while learning to #ControlType1Diabetes.  If we knew – really understood and embraced – these concepts in their entirety when we started in 2008, it would have saved us hours, days, weeks and months of grief, time, expense and learning.