Unstable blood sugar? Keep it at bay with this scientifically-tested product

Oct 11, 2020
There's a great product on the market which can help to keep your blood sugar levels more stable. Source: Getty

Diabetes is one of the fastest growing chronic conditions in Australia, with an estimated 1.7 million people currently living with the condition and hundreds more being diagnosed each day.

The majority (85 to 90 per cent) of cases are classed as type 2, which is considered a progressive condition and can be managed through regular physical activity and healthy eating. However, people with this condition typically also require some sort of oral medication or insulin injection to help manage it effectively.

But, unfortunately, when diabetes is not managed well it can lead to serious complications such as kidney disease, blindness, limb amputations and cardiovascular disease. And sadly, less than 50 per cent of Aussies who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes meet their blood sugar level targets.

Medications are available to help with this but, if you require something extra, there’s another effective way to keep your blood sugar levels at bay – and it’s as easy as having a drink. NutriKane D is a special product that has been scientifically proven to improve blood sugar levels and is classed as an important part of an effective ‘food-as-medicine’ plan.

It contains dietary fibres, resistant starch and a wide range of essential micronutrients that have been shown to nourish the gut, reduce systematic inflammation and ultimately help control blood sugar levels. In fact, when used in clinical trials it had twice the reduction in blood sugar levels compared to diet and exercise alone.

NutriKane can also assist in weight reduction and an overall improved quality of life. And it’s very ease to consume. All you have to do is stir a scoop of NutriKane D into a glass of water.

“I used the NutriKane D and it was very effective with managing my blood sugar levels as it would drop my levels by one to two points,” one happy customer said.

While another wrote: “The product has continued to deliver excellent results for my clients for the past six years, across a wide range of health issue modalities due to, I suspect, its underlying natural anti-inflammatory properties.”

You can purchase the product on the Starts at 60 Marketplace in packs of one, two, three, six or 12. Prices start from $36 and if you subscribe to one of the large packs you can receive great discounts of up to $100!

Unfortunately, when not managed properly type 2 diabetes can lead to hyperglycaemia – high blood sugar. This can develop over many hours or even days. It’s possible for it to rise without you even realising and many people don’t experience any symptoms until it’s reached an extremely high level. Which is very worrying.

This rise in blood sugar can be caused by many factors, including if you’ve been sick, have an infection or have been feeling noticeably stressed. It could also be from consuming too many carbohydrates at once, not having enough insulin or diabetes medication or due to another medicine you’ve been taking.

You could start to feel excessively thirsty and more tired, experience blurred vision, develop infections, lose weight or start to frequently pass large volumes of urine.

While its normal for your blood sugar levels to go up and down during the day, it’s when it stays high for a longer period of time that is becomes concerning. And NutriKane D can help to reduce this and keep your levels more stable – plus many other benefits!

IMPORTANT LEGAL INFO This article is of a general nature and FYI only, because it doesn’t take into account your personal health requirements or existing medical conditions. That means it’s not personalised health advice and shouldn’t be relied upon as if it is. Before making a health-related decision, you should work out if the info is appropriate for your situation and get professional medical advice.

Have you been diagnosed with diabetes? Have you ever tried NutriKane before?

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