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Type 2 Diabetes Stevia As An Alternative To Sugar

  • Street: new york
  • City: United States
  • State: UT
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 10041
  • Listed: June 5, 2019 6:59 am
  • Expires: 77 days, 4 hours


It is often a tough realization for the recently diagnosed Type 2 diabetic learning simple carbohydrates taken in show up as sugar in their bloodstream, and excess amounts of sugar are now a serious concern to their health. Now, more sensitive food choices have to be made and blood sugar levels must be monitored. Any unrestrained intake of sugar, especially the type found in processed foods and baked goods, are imprudent and may lead to serious complications brought on by high and unstable blood sugar.

Enter stevia, a natural sweetener and quality alternative to sugar. The prized species, Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni grows in Brazil and Paragau where the people there have used leaves from the stevia plant to sweeten their foods for hundreds of years. Stevia provides a flavor about 30 times sweeter than sugar. Unlike other natural alternatives to sugar, such as honey, stevia does not cause an increase in blood sugar readings following its consumption. Most notably, this would not trigger the release of insulin as a response.

Frequent spikes in blood sugar and the constant secretion and ensuing circulation of insulin, are the main causes for the development of Type 2 diabetes. Studies analyzing the effects of stevia consumption discovered post-experiment blood sugar levels did not show a significant difference from basal levels.

Another study determined stevia caused a decrease in plasma-glucose concentrations, thereby delaying the potential formation of insulin resistance and consequently improving insulin sensitivity.https://dailytradingschool.com/strictiond-review/

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