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Blood Balance Review

by afra jerald (2020-07-13)


Normally, your pancreas releases insulin when your blood sugar, or “blood glucose,” gets high -- after a meal, for example. That signals your body to absorb glucose until levels get back to normal.But if you have diabetes, your body doesn’t make insulin (type 1 diabetes) or doesn’t respond to it normally (type 2 diabetes). That can leave your blood sugar too high for too long. Over time, that can damage nerves and blood vessels and lead to heart disease and other problems.Blood Balance Review