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  • Writer's pictureWalid Omar

7 Steps to Control Blood Sugar & Reverse Diabetes Naturally

Dr. Omar presents seven natural steps to control blood sugar and potentially reverse diabetes:

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  1. Choose Whole Grains: Opt for whole, unprocessed grains like oatmeal and brown rice over refined flour products such as bread or crackers.

  2. Eat Whole Fruits: Enjoy whole fruits for sweetness instead of processed sugar products like soft drinks and candy.

  3. Increase Fiber Intake: Incorporate plenty of high-fiber foods like greens and colorful vegetables into your diet to slow the absorption of sugar.

  4. Focus on Plant-Based Proteins: Research suggests that animal protein is linked to insulin resistance and a higher risk of diabetes. Obtain most or all of your protein from plant sources like beans and lentils.

  5. Limit Fat Intake: High-fat diets, particularly those rich in trans and animal fats, are associated with insulin resistance. Reduce your fat intake to improve blood sugar control.

  6. Exercise Regularly: Engage in physical activity to burn off excess blood sugar calories and improve insulin sensitivity.

  7. Consider Supplements: If necessary, consult with a healthcare professional about taking supplements to support your blood sugar control.

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By following these steps, you can manage your blood sugar levels naturally and potentially reverse the effects of diabetes.


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In Conclusion:

The evidence supporting the benefits of plant-based diets for controlling blood sugar continues to grow, highlighting the importance of incorporating more plant foods and protiens into your meals. Avoiding processed foods and replacing it with plant based whole foods, fruits, and vegetables is key in prioritizing plant-based foods can significantly contribute to your cardiovascular health. Stay informed, stay healthy, and consult with

Dr. Omar in Saint Augustine, Florida to tailor dietary recommendations to your individual needs.


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