In today’s post we’re going to examine 2 natural ways to lower your A1C. These two ways are not normally discussed by the medical community. In fact, I just read an article from WebMD titled “9 Tips to Lower Your A1c Level” and neither of these two natural ways were discussed.
Yet, these 2 ways can be an extremely effective method to improve glucose metabolism to lower your A1C.
If you’re interested in the WebMD article, then click here. Plus I provide a link to the following article that actually discusses these 2 natural ways to improve your blood sugar levels.
In 2001 the American Diabetes Association published a study titled “Long-Term Oral l-Arginine Administration Improves Peripheral and Hepatic Insulin Sensitivity in Type 2 Diabetic Patients”
Here is the stated conclusion from the authors of this study,
“l-Arginine treatment significantly improves but does not completely normalize peripheral and hepatic insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetic patients.”
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When people hear the term “diabetes” they usually associated it with blood sugar issues. And while this is true, the main problem centers on insulin resistance.
Your body uses insulin to move sugar out of the blood stream into your cells. It is a key component in what is called glucose metabolism, which is your ability to use glucose or blood sugar as an energy source.
This is where L-arginine and nitric oxide can make a significant difference in your A1C levels.
First, nitric oxide helps to normalize glucose metabolism by increasing glucose transport.
Second, nitric oxide facilitates the uptake of glucose into cells.
Third, L-arginine regulates insulin release, which is needed for proper glucose metabolism.
Fourth, both l-arginine and nitric oxide work together to enhance insulin sensitivity for improved glucose metabolism.
To help you understand how critically important these two natural ways are I did the following Google search: Read More →