Real Food Helps Control Blood Sugar

According to the International Diabetes Federation, more than 400 million people have diabetes worldwide.

That number is expected to surpass 600 million within the next 25 years.

Eating a diet high in fibrous plants and unprocessed animal foods may help reduce blood sugar levels in people with diabetes and people who are at risk of developing the disease.

In one 12-week study, people with diabetes or prediabetes followed a low carb diet containing fresh meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, eggs . They experienced a 26% reduction in blood sugar levels.

Prediabetes is a “pre-diagnosis” of diabetes—you can think of it as a warning sign. It’s when your blood glucose level (blood sugar level) is higher than normal, but it’s not high enough to be considered diabetes.