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Clinical perals

Diabesity a term coined by Mark Hyman, MD. Diabesity includes everything from mild blood sugar imbalance and metablolic syndrome all the way to full-blown type 2 diabetes, which he suggests to be a single, reversible condition related to lifestyle.

Diabestiy symptoms may include blood sugar fluctuations and one or more of the following:

*Anxiety *Heart palpations * Panic attacks *Irritability *Feeling tired 

Health tips on managing blood sugar levels.

1. Reduce sugar and refined carbohydrate intake.

2. Eat whole foods in their natural state as much as possible. aim for 80% of foods to be plant based.

3. Visualize the perfect plants: fill the plate with category 1 (low starch) vegetables,
include a plam-sized protein, and limit fat to the size of a small egg (or smaller).

4. Get some form of exercise daily.

To learn more about how to decrease and reverse your blood sugar problems. Contact Dr. Jenkins at 636-724-5605 today! 

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