While not entirely new to the human experience, diabetes has, in recent generations, reached levels which might safely be deemed epidemic. The lifestyle/nutritional calculus is not particularly elusive or difficult to perform where understanding this phenomenon is concerned: prosperity across large swaths of the globe has contributed to both a) readily available calories (many of them in sugar form) and b) sedentary lifestyles for those so inclined.
Resulting from this confluence of food abundance and a reduction in the physical labor necessary to produce it has been a health crisis of which diabetes and related blood sugar ailments are cornerstones. Ingested in concentrated quantities, sugars can overwhelm one’s biochemistry in ways both severe and persistent.
A mixed-blessing of sorts with respect to the nationwide management of diabetes is the relatively inexpensive production and distribution of insulin, the bodily-produced hormone responsible for regulating blood glucose levels. In a diabetic human organism, insulin is either no longer present (diabetes Type I) or the normal biochemical response brought on by insulin in relation to glucose is disrupted (diabetes type II).
External insulin injections are used to mitigate the toxicity of excessive blood glucose levels, and are a staple prescription for a majority of the country’s diabetics. But insulin injections are not without their drawbacks. For one, they are a form of disease management rather than full scale treatment. For many diabetics, insulin serves as a sort of hormonal crutch, freeing the diseased from the responsibility making any lifestyle changes. Fortunately, there does exist an alternate treatment option in the form of Sugar Wise, an herbal approach to righting the biochemical ship.
Human (and all mammal) life has coexisted with the planet’s flora in ways overt and subtle alike since time immemorial. Our organisms are musically attuned to the symphonic notes of herbs, minerals, vitamins and far more of Nature’s bounty than most realize. Thus, for every pharmaceutical chemical compound designed to treat disease symptoms, there are numerous plant/herb-based medicines which serve to correct a given deficiency on a structural level. Sugar Wise is one such example of an herbal/medicinal agent capable of restoring balance within the biochemical ecosystem of a human body, and does so without triggering undesirable side-effects.
Like so many ailments by which a person might come to be afflicted, imbalance is both a causal culprit and a persistent result. In the case of diabetes and other pancreas-related maladies, uncontrolled blood sugar levels render the body’s biochemical equilibrium non-existent. Insulin, as mentioned above, is a perfectly suitable balancing agent, but does little to restore hormonal harmony in perpetuity. Sugar Wise, on the other hand, provides the body with a host of herbal/mineral balancing agents which address diabetic symptoms in a systemic capacity.
Take, for instance, chromium, a mineral which assists the body in its processing of carbohydrates while rendering extant insulin more potent within the bloodstream. In addition to enhancing insulin’s chemical potency, chromium is also known to stimulate the hormone’s ongoing production, thereby reducing the need for external injections.
Sugar Wise also contains the herb gymnema, an anciently valued healing aid hailing from the Indian subcontinent which is celebrated for its sustained inhibiting effects upon diabetic symptoms. Gymnema appears to regulate both adrenal and glucose levels, which keeps the latter from spiking within one’s blood. It is likely, also, that gymnema’s contact with oral stimulators inhibits sugar cravings in an enduring capacity, thereby shielding the inhibited from unnecessary degradation of the progress being made from within.
To be sure, a potent herbal/mineral complex will do its part in stymying damage brought on by biochemical imbalance, but any such healing process requires the implementation of and strict adherence to corrective dietary measures. For diabetics, this includes the reduction or elimination of sugar intake, a measure which the gymnema found in Sugar Wise may well render manageable.
The inclusion of vanadium and prickly pear elements in Sugar Wise’s proprietary compound serves to round out a profoundly potent cocktail which regulates glucose levels, adrenal output, and overall bodily biochemistry. Diabetes has the predictable effect of impacting all systems slowly over time by quickly impacting a couple in the present, unless the disease is controlled, the deterioration left in its wake reversed.
A cleverly arranged group of herbs and minerals such as that found in Sugar Wise is deserved by all those committed to their health, wellbeing, and freedom from the shackles of biochemical imbalance.