4 Minerals that Help You Manage Your Blood Sugar Levels

This video will discuss discuss important minerals that help you manage your blood sugar levels.

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Macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, and fat) and blood sugar have been the subject of a long-running controversy, but there's a lot less research concerning micronutrients available (vitamins and minerals). This is a look at four minerals that are critical for regulating blood sugar levels

A lot of research has been done because diabetes is now recognized as a disease and therefore receives a lot of attention. Blood sugar control issues aren't considered diseases until they reach a certain threshold, therefore they don't get as much attention. Type 2 diabetes, on the other hand, is not an accident. It all begins with an inability to control one's blood sugar levels, which gradually worsens over time. Diabetes is at the extreme end of the range, not some new and unrelated condition.

All of this is to suggest that diabetes and diabetics have been the subject of numerous research. Even if you don't have diabetes, you still need to pay attention to these tips because you may have blood sugar problems (or want to avoid them).

Here some minerals that diabetics need to control blood sugar levels:

1. Chromium
2. Zinc
3. Selenium
4. Magnesium

Diabetes cannot be cured with a magic ingredient. Chromium, zinc, selenium, and magnesium, on the other hand, have been shown to be critical in maintaining appropriate blood sugar levels. If you're concerned about your blood sugar, you may want to make sure you're receiving enough of these nutrients in your diet.



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