Glucose imbalance is a condition in which the body loses the ability to manage glucose. If the body’s cells are resistant to insulin, the individual experiences higher than normal glucose levels. On the other hand, low blood sugar level is a consequence of body cells being too sensitive to insulin.
Glucose imbalance co-exists with nutrition. There may be a swing in glucose levels after a meal or after skipping a meal. Therefore, nutrition is an integral component to maintain normal blood sugar levels and the overall healthy being. There could be fluctuations in blood glucose levels throughout the day due to reasons such as food, stress and physical activity. Several fluctuations in blood glucose level beyond the normal limit are indicators of glucose imbalance.
Managing Insulin for Balanced Blood Sugar
Reasons for Glucose Imbalance
Glucose Imbalance Symptoms
Dietary Recommendations to Prevent Glucose Imbalance
Lifestyle Recommendations to Balance Blood Sugar
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