Blood Glucose and Intermittent Fasting

Checking blood glucose levels is often overlooked when undergoing Intermittent Fasting. But monitoring this vital reading is critical to success.

It is a common mistake to think that you have to be a diabetic to check your blood glucose, otherwise known as “blood sugar” levels. But it turns out that being overweight is actually a side effect of persistently high glucose levels. 

Because we have been trained to eat multiple times during the day, we have constant blood glucose spikes which gives the body no time to process correctly. Coupled with modern high-carb foods such as processed foods, rice, starches and wheat, it is no wonder that humans have become insulin-resistant and our bodies store all this excess glucose as fat.

Did you know that 43%, or over 112 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes, and the rest of the world is not much better with China having even higher levels than the United States. 

Just to put this in perspective, in 1900 we consumed approximately 60 pounds of sugar per year. But now we consume a whopping 152 pounds, which translates into 30% of our calories coming just from sugar instead of the 5% recommendation from the World Health Organization.

And worst yet, we are not counting all the ways that glucose occurs naturally. For instance, did you know that rice, one of the world’s most common staples, is one of the foods that spikes your blood sugar the most?

Fasting, and more specifically, Intermittent Fasting, is the number one proven way to regulate insulin levels, reduce blood glucose and trigger rapid weight loss. No other weight loss program comes close to the success of Intermittent Fasting. 

Travel For Fasting’s health programs check blood glucose levels daily, use 72 hour intermittent fasting periods and short low-carb eating windows to guarantee a return to healthy blood glucose levels and start the weight loss process.

The program is based on the latest peer review studies that prove the causal link between high blood glucose levels and weight gain.

Travel For Fasting runs Intermittent Fasting programs in the most beautiful parts of the world. There are programs as short as 4 days and as long as 28 days, that help people just like you to reduce blood glucose levels, lose weight and restore their health. 

The programs are affordable, comprehensive and are sure to get you the physical and in person support that is many times greater than if you try to do it by yourself at home.

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