Principle 4: Treat
High Blood Sugar
The number one goal of diabetes treatment is to control high blood sugar levels. There are many ways to do this. These include:
- Eating a healthy diet
- Getting regular physical activity
- Taking medicine for your diabetes if your doctor tells you to
- Testing your blood sugar
- Use a sugar alternative instead of sugar. One that is carbohydrate, and calorie free such as our dietary supplement JAJA Stevioside™ rather than a product such as aspartame, saccharine, sunette, or any of the other chemical sweeteners.
- Look for products that are low in carbohydrates. Read the labels.
If you are being attacked by diabetes:
- Talk to your doctor about the best ways to control your high blood sugar.
- Get involved in making a treatment plan and other decisions about your diabetes care.
- Research non-mainstream herbs, dietary supplements, and talk to your doctor about them. If you doctor does not recommend them, ask why. The more information you know, the better off you are.
- Be Pro-active.
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This information has been gleaned from research and from publications of the National Diabetes Education Program among others.
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