High blood sugar can be tricky, and often goes undetected.
Blood sugar that is only slightly elevated doesn't usually trigger symptoms. Moderately elevated blood sugar may bring on symptoms but tend to be so mild that they're easily overlooked.
So while this doesn't sound like a terribly dangerous thing, consistently high blood sugar slowly damages the body's cells and nervous system, and can lead to several health risks, including type 2 diabetes.
And if you aren't able to notice your body's warning signs, how will you know?
Eating a diet of low-glycemic foods (foods that have a minimal impact on blood sugar) can help maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
Trade in your snacks that cause the blood sugar spike and find balance with Extend Nutrition - the only snack clinically proven to help prevent blood sugar lows without causing blood sugar highs.
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