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Gluco Type 2

by gold stone (2019-06-07)


Gestational diabetes is known Gluco Type 2 Review to be caused by hormones and weight gain during pregnancy. Although these are healthy factors during a pregnancy, there are cases when a pregnant woman can't get the level of insulin necessary to nourish cells.Anyone can get diabetes. No one knows why people get Type 1. Risk factors for Type 2 include people over 45, obesity, family history of diabetes, ethnic background, birth weight baby of more than nine pounds, diabetes during pregnancy, high blood pressure and/or cholesterol level, lack of exercise, other health conditions related to the use of insulin and history of stroke or heart attack.Symptoms of diabetes include frequent urination, thirst, weight loss, tingling in limbs, tiredness, sores that won't heal, blurred vision and frequent infection. These symptoms, although somewhat generic, should be addressed with your physician if you have them.Yacon is syrup that is native to the Andean region of South America. Its name is derived from a plant that grows in the high attitudes valley of the Andes Mountains. It has huge leaves and is similar to potatoes where as its root system lounges in the ground. When digging up the root of the yacon the syrup is extracted from the root. The syrup is extracted from the root of the plant, this plant is called yacon and it is similar looking to the sweet potatoes that Americans are accustom to eating.It is a sugar substitute because it is glucose-free, and does not increase blood sugar levels. Due to being glucose-free syrup is often recommended as a sweetener to those suffering from diabetes or at risk for becoming a diabetic. One of the big advantages is that yacon syrup does not hit your bloodstream as a high glycemic food, which means this does not impact your blood sugar levels. In comparison agave syrup acts similar to yacon because it too can be substituted for sugar and is easily digestible and doesn't' put blood sugars at risk.Yacon looks similar to barley malt or brown rice syrup, but yacon taste more like molasses and has a thick consistency. Due to its consistency yacon syrup pairs well with peanut butter or any type of nut butter. It also compliments granola well. For anyone on a restricted diet it is recommended you use spelt (bread) topped with a teaspoon of yacon syrup. In comparison, agave syrup comes in two varieties light brown and dark amber. The light brown agave is similar in color to honey but has a lighter taste than honey and is recommended if you don't prefer the after taster of honey. The dark brown agave is thicker and was heated longer in the extraction process but pairs well in dark desserts like fruit cake or brownies this particular agave has a more molasses like flavor and really resembles yacon syrup taste also. However for drinks such as teas or coffee the light agave syrup will compliment any drink. https://consumerscomment.com/phytage-labs-gluco-type-2-review/