The Hunger Roadblock in Diabetes

By ADW|2018-01-25T15:16:58-05:00Updated: August 11th, 2011|Diabetes Management|0 Comments

Glucose is a main source of energy for the cells that make up your muscles and other tissues. Glucose comes from 2 major sources: the food you eat and your liver. During digestion, sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream. Normally, sugar then enters cells with the help of insulin. When you have diabetes, your body is resistant to the effects of insulin. Your body produces some, but not enough, insulin to maintain a normal glucose level.

Without enough insulin, your muscles and organs become depleted of energy. This triggers intense hunger that may persist even after you eat. [1] Without insulin, the sugar in your food never reaches your energy-starved tissues. The hungrier you are the more food you will want and the less in control of your appetite you will be.

When you are hungry, you may feel the urge to grab whatever food seems fastest and most convenient. Unfortunately many convenient fast foods are also high in sugar and carbohydrates. Consuming too many high carb foods will just add to your hunger problem.

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Diachieve Sugar Defense was developed specifically for our customers with diabetes. It addresses hunger in two ways. First, it helps you maintain healthy sugar levels which in turn will help reduce hunger triggers by improving insulin production. Second, it contains gymnema sylvestre, a super herb that can help reduce your cravings for sweets by blocking sugar receptors on the tongue. [2] read more

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About the Author: ADW

ADW Diabetes is a diabetic supply mail order company that is dedicated to keeping diabetes management affordable. ADW takes a leading role in offering free diabetic education through Destination Diabetes, an informational component of the ADW website featuring tips and advice from diabetes and nutrition experts, diabetic recipes and more.

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