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Sudhir Kumar   
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If your diabetes is out of control, then you are going to crave sugar. You body is not able to use the sugar so it just keeps craving more. You may have to talk to you doctor about temporarily putting you on a medication to control your blood glucose… BEFORE you can control your sugar cravings. If you don’t want more meds, then you will need to walk off the blood glucose to get your cravings under control. You might also try fasting until the level comes down. Once the blood glucose comes down then you should be able to stop the cravings.

The most important factor is to cut your body fat percentage. Our bodies (especially men) store excess body fat around the waist which affects the functioning of the pancreas in producing insulin. Reducing your body fat (to under 15%) plays a big role in solving the problem. So this will cure you from turning to diabetic from pre-diabetic.

Hypoglycemia is the condition of having too little glucose in the blood, usually below 70 mg/dl. It can result from taking too much insulin, not eating, illness or excessive exercise. Physical changes include shakiness, sweating, chills and feeling clammy, increased heart rate, dizziness, blurred vision, headache, weakness or excessive fatigue, tingling and numbness in the lips or tongue, lack of coordination, nausea and, in worst cases, seizures and unconsciousness.

If your diabetes is out of control, then you are going to crave sugar. You body is not able to use the sugar so it just keeps craving more. You may have to talk to you doctor about temporarily putting you on a medication to control your blood glucose… BEFORE you can control your sugar cravings. If you don’t want more meds, then you will need to walk off the blood glucose to get your cravings under control. You might also try fasting until the level comes down. Once the blood glucose comes down then you should be able to stop the cravings.

The most important factor is to cut your body fat percentage. Our bodies (especially men) store excess body fat around the waist which affects the functioning of the pancreas in producing insulin. Reducing your body fat (to under 15%) plays a big role in solving the problem. So this will cure you from turning to diabetic from pre-diabetic.

Hypoglycemia is the condition of having too little glucose in the blood, usually below 70 mg/dl. It can result from taking too much insulin, not eating, illness or excessive exercise. Physical changes include shakiness, sweating, chills and feeling clammy, increased heart rate, dizziness, blurred vision, headache, weakness or excessive fatigue, tingling and numbness in the lips or tongue, lack of coordination, nausea and, in worst cases, seizures and unconsciousness.