It could sound like this is a hard thing to do especially when you are at risk or you come from a family that has diabetes. In the case of my family, both sides, high cholesterol and hypertension are an added worry. In fact, I’ve cut down my rice intake lately not because I am conscious on how I look, but because I am really trying to be live a healthier life. There are ways wherein you can actually succeed in staying away from diabetes and that’s a simple lifestyle change, and that’s what I trying to achieve.
- Lose extra weight – A healthy weight helps control blood sugar levels.
- Control your carbohydrates – Manage your carbs intake daily, this will help keep your blood sugar under control.
- Keep exercising – Regular exercise daily cuts down stress and triglyceride levels.
- Get enough rest – Getting enough sleep leads to a healthier eating habit with improved blood sugar level.
- Be conscious about your blood sugar – When you know where you stand and which level your blood sugar is at, you will know if you just need diet or you have to get checked by a physician already.
And when you are conscious about your blood sugar level, you would want to manage and control it. Good thing there’s a supplement that has ingredients which may help manage your blood sugar levels.
BitterGo is a dietary food supplement that is made from high content of Ampalaya Extract, Banaba Extract, Luyang Dilaw Extract, and Bawang Extract. According to studies these ingredients are popular for its health benefits like managing insulin levels, lowering blood sugar levels, aids in managing diabetes symptoms and stimulating the pancreas, spleen and liver to intensify absorption—these ingredients may be able to deliver aid especially for blood sugar control.
Made more effective than powdered ingredients, it is a product of extensive research and development with top quality from the collaborating group of ATC Healthcare International Corporation,Phil. United Pharmaceutical Corporation(PUPC) and The Bioscience and Technology Business Centertogether with KanPro Research Incorporated in the University of Kansas.
BitterGo is not a medicinal drug and should not be used to treat the symptoms of any disease.