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A website "developed by medical doctors" which gives statistics on which medicines and remedies (mainstream drugs as well as herbal and other items) are most used and most popular based on reader feedback?
I'm not sure that I can be very positive about any site which recommends mainstream drugs, especially not to the members of this anti-mainstream drug website.
YOU apparently like it a lot, or at least promote it a lot - as you include references to it in almost all of the posts you have made since appearing five days ago.
Recommendations to decrease elevated blood sugar:
Blood sugar level is determined in the fasting state. In a healthy person a normal blood glucose level is 6.1 mmol / l. By measuring values of blood sugar we can say that there are 3 options:
normal blood sugar level (the blood glucose level is normal on an empty stomach),
disruption of glycemia (blood glucose in the blood on an empty stomach is increased to a maximum value between 6.1 and 6.9 mmol / l),
diabetes (elevated blood sugar levels to 7.0 mmol / l or more).
People with high blood sugar levels can lower their blood sugar levels by maintaining normal body weight, eating healthy and by physical activity.
Read more about diabetes, blood sugar levels and how to lower blood sugar levels. This way you might prevent or delay disease and enhance your health and physical performance.
What can you do to lower the chance of developing diabetes:
lose weight – be fit,
have a healthy diet with as many vegetables and fruits, a lot of fiber, consume less calories, less fat, less alcoholic beverages and no simple sugars,
workout at least 30 minutes per day.