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Probiotic T-50 Supplement Review

by grace william (2019-02-04)

When you feel tired, it can be easy to reach for a sweet, sugar-filled snack. However, although sugar can give you a short-term energy boost, it will wear off quickly. This is because high-sugar foods cause your blood sugar to rise quickly, sometimes referred to as a blood sugar spike. This results in your body releasing large amounts of insulin to bring your blood sugar back down. It is believed that this rise and fall in blood sugar is what causes a rush of energy followed by a slump. For example, one study showed that adults eating a sugar-filled breakfast cereal rated themselves as more tired than those eating a breakfast cereal with more complex carbs. Complex carbs are released more slowly into the bloodstream. Eating large amounts of added sugar may also increase your risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, so limiting added sugar in your diet is not only good for your energy levels but also for your health. To keep your energy levels more stable and reduce fatigue, try avoiding foods high in added sugar. You can improve the quality of your diet by eating whole and fiber-rich foods such as whole grains, vegetables and legumes.