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The Key to Stable Energy, Fat Burning & Metabolic Health is: Glycemic Control

What the heck is “balanced blood sugar” anyway?? It’s another way of saying GLYCEMIC CONTROL.

When we have good glycemic control, our blood glucose stays very stable in a tightly controlled range. There are no steep increases or sudden crashes. As you can see from these graphs, good glycemic control stays within that optimal green range.

On the other hand, poor glycemic control looks like the chart on the right. There are steep inclines and abrupt crashes in the blood glucose.

Why does that matter? Because those spikes and crashes will make you feel like shit!

everyone experiences blood sugar issues differently but here are some things you might feel:

•fatigue or energy crashes
•cravings, intense & urgent hunger
•shakiness, dizziness, lightheadedness
•anxiety, irritability or other mood issues
•brain fog or inability to concentrate
•poor sleep (notice the red crash in the early morning - that person probably woke up with a pounding heart!)
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Hungry Between Meals? You Probably Didn't Have Enough Fat or Protein at Your Last Meal

blood sugar keto protein Mar 18, 2021

Yesterday I talked about the benefits of NOT SNACKING. As a refresher, it allows insulin levels to come down to reduce risk of insulin resistance, and it allows you the opportunity to burn your own body fat for fuel and become metabolically flexible.

It doesn’t happen overnight thought. So since I recommend cutting out snacks, I know many of you are gonna say, “But Dani, I get too hungry.”

The easy fix for this is eating bigger meals. And that especially means more fat and protein at each meal.

Protein is the most satiating macronutrient. And fat is like a big log in the fire . It burns low and slow unlike carbs which are more like kindling that burn hot and fast.

If your meals are carb heavy with just a little fat and protein, you won’t make it more than a few hours and certainly not 5 or 6 hours until your next meal.

If you’re used to eating small meals and can’t eat a lot at one time, make this change gradually. Also start by adding just a few more...

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