You probably feel like you have tried everything to stabilise your blood sugars, yet you still can’t achieve the results you want.
But I have some good news. It is possible to achieve stable blood sugars with nutritious foods and meals that you will love eating every day.
No doubt you’ve seen plenty of conflicting and confusing claims about different diets as you trawl through the endless claims and success stories on Google, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
When will you find the “secret” that will allow you to get off the endless blood sugar roller coaster that leaves you feeling exhausted and with cravings for those “bad” foods?
TODAY, RIGHT NOW, it is YOUR turn…
You’re probably thinking, “But I’ve seen a million pages claiming that their way is THE way to “cure” or “reverse” diabetes. What makes this any different?”
The answer is simple…
Most recipe books and diet plans do not manage the insulin load of your diet to ensure you achieve stable blood sugars while ALSO providing enough of the essential micronutrients that your body needs to function optimally.
The insulin load of your diet is the portion of the food you eat that stimulates a rapid rise in insulin. By actively managing the insulin load of your diet, you can stabilise the swings in your blood sugars and gain control of your energy levels and cravings. You will no longer be a slave to your appetite!
But, while many people have found a low carb diet helpful, it’s not as simple as only managing insulin and blood sugars. You also need to pay attention to the micronutrients (i.e. vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids) in the food you eat to truly thrive.
You can think of micronutrients as microscopic motivational speakers that give your cells energy so you can be the ultimate version of yourself. But your body can’t make them. You have to get them from the food you eat.
After extensive research and analysis to optimise food choices for myself and my family, I identified three fundamental principles that are critical to achieving stable blood sugars without risking nutrient deficiencies.
But before I let you in on these principles, you need to know to ensure your success, let me introduce myself.