15 Signs Showing That Your Blood Sugar Is Very High.






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When we hear people discussing high blood sugar levels the first thing most of us think of is diabetes. Diabetes is an extremely serious condition but long before someone is diagnosed with it, their body will show signs that their blood sugar levels are too high. By educating ourselves on these signs, we can avoid causing irreversible damage to our bodies.

The reasons for an increase in this type of issue when it comes to diabetics depends on several different factors. Things like missing a dose of medication, stress, dehydration, common cold and over snacking.


The signs of high blood sugar are as follows:


  • Blurred vision
  • Frequent urination
  • Dry mouth
  • Impotence
  • Issues concentrating
  • Stomach issues
  • Infections
  • Slow healing of wounds
  • Extreme tiredness
  • Fatigue
  • Increased thirst
  • Itchy skin
  • Dry skin
  • Weight gain
  • Nerve issues

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Doesn’t sound fun at all does it? Luckily for us, there are measures we can take to prevent high blood sugar issues. You can reduce your blood sugar levels with glycemic foods. Low GI foods should be consumed on a daily basis.

Low GI foods include things like one egg, one cup of broccoli, one cup of walnuts, one turkey sausage, and so forth. The right foods can be pretty amazing in the correct amounts. For a list of low GI foods and more information on this issue, please check the list below. If you want to avoid high blood pressure or reduce your already high blood pressure then I highly suggest adding more of these low GI foods to your diet.


Three high sugar foods to avoid

If you have either recognized symptoms in yourself or are proactively looking to avoid high blood sugar, certain foods should be removed from your diet immediately. Alongside the obvious advice to avoid processed sweets and fizzy drinks, these three foods should be banned from the house of anyone suffering from high blood sugar.

1. One slice of white bread – GI score 70

Considering that sandwiches require two slices of bread, continuing to eat white bread could be significantly raising your blood sugar levels. Switch it out for brown!

2. Rice cake – GI score 78

Although they can be eaten as a healthy snack if your blood sugar level is low or normal, eating them if you are already suffering from high blood sugar is extremely dangerous.

3. Baked potato – GI score 85

A staple part of many people’s diet, the baked potato will do you no favors if you are monitoring your blood sugar. Avoid at all costs if you are suffering any of the symptoms on the list above.


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Three low sugar foods to enjoy


For those of you who are serious about reducing your blood sugar levels and maintaining them at a healthy rate, you should look to manage your diet effectively. That means eating low sugar foods, and the three here are some of the best for the job.

1. Walnuts – GI score 15

Great food for snacks or added to a salad, walnuts are low in sugar and have a range of other health benefits including boosting reproductive health (for men) and heart health.

2. Broccoli – GI score 10

Broccoli might have been many people’s least favorite vegetable as a child, but it actually helps repair the damage caused to your blood vessels by high blood sugar. Healthy and bulky enough to act as a substitute for meat, broccoli is a must in your diet.

3. Eggs – GI score 0


With absolutely no carbohydrates at all, a diabetic could dine on them all day every day if they so pleased (it would probably get pretty boring after awhile). When not eaten to excess, eggs are great for your health and certainly won’t elevate your blood sugar.



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