Living with blood sugar imbalances can feel frustrating and discouraging. Everyone with blood sugar imbalances knows that eating well is an important part of preventing or managing diabetes, but many are confused about what eating well means. The various medical information found on the web or doctor’s office often gives vague and conflicting advice that works for some, but not for others. One thing that is commonly missed is to focus on giving the body the nutrients it needs to successfully manage blood sugar levels naturally. 

Blood Sugar Nutrient Focus

Nutrevo Body identified over 30+ vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, herbs, and spice extracts which have extensive clinical research on managing blood sugars naturally. A few of the nutrients which have been clinically shown to help manage blood sugar balance include:

  • Chromium
  • Magnesium
  • Vanadium
  • Inositol
  • CoQ10
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid
  • Vitamin B1
  • Vitamin B3
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin D
  • Biotin
  • Antioxidants 
  • Cinnamon
  • Chlorogenic Acid
  • And Many More…

Why Blood Sugar Nutrient-Based Nutrition?

Oftentimes, people with blood sugar imbalances get caught up in macronutrient ratios (carbs, fats, and protein) while managing their blood sugar. While these ratios are indeed important, micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids, etc.) are needed in specific amounts for blood sugar management. If these micronutrients are deficient, the body cannot regulate blood sugar appropriately, even if you are eating the correct ratios of macronutrients. The Nutrevo Body blood sugar nutrient-based nutrition plan takes a 3-step approach in supporting healthy blood sugar levels naturally:

Focus 1:Block Excess Blood Sugar Absorption

Glucose (blood sugar) spikes begin in the digestive tract. Nutrients such as fiber, probiotics, and EGCG from green tea are clinically shown to help block absorption of excess glucose in the gut.

Focus 2: Improve Blood Sugar Metabolism

Improving glucose metabolism in the body and the liver can help maintain balanced blood sugar levels. Chlorogenic acid from blueberries or coffee, sulforaphane from broccoli, and methionine from chicken are among many nutrients which can help naturally improve blood sugar metabolism.

Focus 3: Boost Cellular Health & Insulin Sensitivity

The health of each cell is vitally important in managing blood sugar balance and insulin sensitivity. Allicin from garlic, curcumin from turmeric, and magnesium from almonds are a few nutrients and foods which have been clinically studied on boosting blood sugar cellular health, and insulin sensitivity.

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Blood Sugar Nutrient-Based Eating

Designed by integrative nutritionists and nutrition coaches, your blood sugar nutrient-based eating plan includes whole food sources of nutrients to help support blood sugar balance, blood sugar absorption, cellular health, insulin sensitivity, and glucose metabolism. Meal plans, recipes, and grocery lists are available for you via the Nutrevo Body app to take the guesswork out of what to eat to naturally support healthy blood sugar levels. 

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