All Grains Are Complex Carbohydrates
All carbohydrates are effectively sugar. It doesn’t matter whether they are whole grain or refined in any way. When you eat complex carbohydrate products like a sandwich or pasta, you seldom think that you are eating sugar. But this is effectively what you are doing—eating food that becomes glucose in your blood.
For thousands of years, before farming started, humans derived their energy and needed nutrients from fruits, nuts, vegetables, dairy products, seafood and meats without the reliance on grain-based products such as we consume today.
In theory, it should be easy to reduce your intake of grains and grain products compared to the amount you consume now. However, in practice, cutting back can be very difficult because it requires you to change eating routines that you have probably had since childhood. Therefore, you need a clear and compelling reason to significantly alter your eating habits to reduce your intake of complex carbohydrates—and that reason is simply to avoid or reverse diabetes. There is no way around it but to admit that it comes down to your own voluntary choice to reduce your carbohydrate intake.
Fear makes people reluctant to part with grain-based products. But if you are willing to listen and consider a change in your eating habits to avoid gaining weight and developing high blood sugar, you will increase your chances of not joining the group of one in three adult Americans who has pre-diabetes, or the 1 in 4 Americans over the age of 65 who has full-blown diabetes. And my book can help you learn how in more depth.
Click this image below to watch a video explaining how eating grains is the most significant factor in causing high blood sugar, no matter if they are “whole,” “multi,” or “gluten-free”.
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- How the consumption of grains causes your body to develop high blood sugar
- How you can lower your blood sugar to avoid or reverse Type 2 diabetes without using drugs.
- How you can change your eating habits to avoid grains while still enjoying every meal
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