5 Cutting Edge Strategies to Balance Your Blood Sugar So You Can Melt Your Midline, Sharpen Your Focus, and Recharge Your Energy!

Do you find yourself wishing you could hit the snooze button instead of jumping out of bed feeling refreshed each morning?

Do you crave sugar, caffeine, or a NAP around 3 – 4 pm?

Have you been carrying around excess fat around your middle that won’t budge in spite of starving yourself and slaving away at the gym?

Whether you’re a busy professional or a professional mom, you need to stay focused and organized all day long and still have enough energy to say yes to enticing social events rather than falling into a heap because you can hardly keep your eyes open after working all day.

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  1. Veronica says:

    Hi Rita, just listened to the thyroid webinar and found your presentation interesting but I have a couple of questions. Whilst I understand that hypothyroidism can lead to insulin resistance, so could well be a precursor to Type II diabetes, doesn’t insulin resistance usually lead to overall slightly raised BGs? So instigating the never ending slow rise in BGs because of slightly more insulin resistance and so more insulin is needed. If you suffer a spike in BG levels which then subsequently falls rapidly, wouldn’t this be more indicative of loss of phase 1 insulin release, rather than insulin resistance, if it falls rapidly then there isn’t much resistance? Phase 1 is released within the first few minutes of the stomach receiving something that requires insulin and that release is all over and done within the first 10 mins. So spiking at 20-30 mins is more likely to show that phase 1 hasn’t been adequate, and your phase 2 is actually picking up the tab and bringing your levels back down. Particularly when associated with low or normal fasting levels. I would have thought that low fasting, high spikes early that come down quickly, particularly when in someone of slim build, is more indicative of LADA, especially if the C-peptide is low or low normal. I would be really grateful if you could fill in the gaps for me. I am not a doctor or an endo, but have hypothyroidism, auto immune, low c-pep, low fasting (3.6-4.1 mmol/l), accompanied with high spikes, e.g. a banana = 4.1 prior to eating, 9.7 at 35 mins, 4.1 at 1 hour. p.s. exercise raises by BGs! HELP.

    • Vibrant Living Care Team says:

      Hi Veronica,

      The best way to access Dr. Ritamarie for personal or health questions is to become a member of a program. We offer a 2-month trial membership in our VITAL Community for under $20, and that will give you 2 opportunities (1 each month) to submit a question on the VITAL Q&A call. You can sign up here: http://www.VITALHealthCommunity.com.

      Or, if you’d like more direct support for blood sugar issues and questions, you can become a B4 Be Gone member: http://www.B4BeGone.com. Self-study members get direct access to Dr. Ritamarie: 5 months of the VITAL Q&A calls and 5 months of “Office Hours” calls – both are open for Q&A.

      Best wishes,
      Stacey Terry
      Vibrant Living Program Assistant
      For Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo

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