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GlucoShield Secrets

by grace william (2019-01-25)

Your blood sugar levels—which were spiked by the carbs—now drop once that sugar is stored in your cells. (Anything that goes up must come down! Thanks a lot, Isaac Newton.) The more carbs you eat in shorter time intervals causes your blood sugar levels to hit their greatest highs and lows. I’m referring to the vicious cycle of spikes and drops in blood sugar levels that happens when following the Standard American Diet (SAD), an eating regimen consisting of high intake of carbohydrates with minimal healthy fats, and sporadic protein.