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Why do you need to control blood sugar levels? Why do you need to control blood sugar levels?


The number of people walking around with high blood sugar without even knowing it is truly staggering. And part of that is because many people don’t know what high blood sugar symptoms actually look like. High blood sugar (or hyperglycemia) occurs when there’s a buildup of excess glucose in the bloodstream. Over time, untreated high blood sugar can cause additional symptoms, such as recurrent infections and tingling hands and feet.


Early on, high blood sugar can make you feel off in a variety of ways, causing fatigue, frequent urination, headaches, and blurred vision.

Over time, untreated high blood sugar can have damaging effects on the vascular system, leading to long-term complications such as arteriosclerosis and diabetic retinopathy.
Postprandial Glucose Regulation and Diabetic Complications
Postprandial hyperglycemia and cardiovascular disease

Avoid dangerous sugar spikes with real ingredients Avoid dangerous sugar spikes with real ingredients


Research by Dr. Hara and others in 2007 showed “Brown seaweed has a suppressive effect on hyperglycemia.” The results of these studies show that brown seaweed extract, inhibits α- glucosidase and α-amylase activities, which is associated with hyperglycemia. This inhibition increased with a higher concentration of brown seaweed extract and at 0.3mg/ml or greater, a comparable effect to Acarbose (a hypoglycemic agent) was observed. References: T.Hara, et al., 2007, Effect of Seametaherbline on Blood Glucose Levels in Sucrose-loaded Rats, Food Function Jpn, 3 (2), p1-6.


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The shortest life span of red blood cells is 120 days. HbA1c is closely related to the lifespan of red blood cells and changes with the metabolism of red blood cells. So if you want to improve the HbA1c score, please continue for at least 120 days.