Glucose is:

· The major source of energy for the body, including the brain.
· A simple sugar, or monosaccharide.
· The principal sugar the body produces.
· Transported through the bloodstream to provide energy to every cell in the body.
· Also a simple carbohydrate, composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
· Blood sugar as it circulates in the blood at a concentration of 65-110 mg/ml of blood.
· Initially synthesized by chlorophyll in plants using carbon dioxide from the air and sunlight as an energy source.
· Excess is converted to a starch called glycogen, stored in the liver and muscles ready to be reabsorbed when the levels drop.
· An overabundance is converted into fat and stored in fat cells.
· Derived from proteins, fats and, mostly, carbohydrates.
· Impossible to be of benefit to the cells without sufficient insulin

In diabetics, the glucose level is too high. Diabetes is essentially caused by too much sugar intake coupled with too little insulin. Your glucose level is kept in check with insulin. Insulin is produced in the pancreas and released into the blood stream when the amount of glucose rises. It's entirely normal for your blood glucose levels to increase slightly after you eat. The pancreas' job is to release enough insulin to balance your sugar intake.

Diabetes, in particular type 2 diabetes, typically found in adults over 40 is due to diet, and diet alone. The pancreas is the organ that is diseased. It gets inundated with acids produced by the intake of too many sugars, carbohydrates and fats!

The body cannot function efficiently in an acid environment. The average North American consumes an abundance of non-nutritious, acid causing junk food. Sooner or later this will cause severe imbalance in the body. All this acid poison is dumped from the stomach directly into the pancreas, effectively shutting down its insulin production.

Insufficient insulin production over a period of time can damage your eyes, kidneys, nerves and blood vessels. Therefore, if you are diabetic, knowing your blood glucose levels allows you to monitor your blood sugar levels.

Diet, weight loss and exercise help stabilize glucose levels. But how do you get your pancreas to produce insulin again without medication? Artificial insulin is not the answer. In fact, it's detrimental.

There is hope - even for those who have a hard time switching cold turkey to wholesome food! You do not need painful, expensive injections to replenish your insulin! What you need most is to balance your acid intake. The very best way to do this is by adding pure powerful polysaccharides to your diet.

There a many kinds and potencies of these wonderful, natural, powerful, immune boosting sugars. But not all are created equal. Beware of products that are made up of a combination of herbs and nutrients because many herbs interact with medicine. There is one completely natural product I highly recommend. It's essentially one fruit with a spectral energy potency that's superior to any known food and guaranteed in every single bottle. You need to check out all its many potent nutrients and proven benefits for yourself. Then, put it risk-free to the test! Your doctor will be even more surprised than you and your family!

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As an inspirational author, self growth expert, and network marketer, Ann Stewart passion is to empower you to attain spiritual, physical and financial growth: