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Diabetes - sugar; do they mix? Diabetes Type 2 is caused by a diet of toxic engineered fats and oils, and is cured by consuming natural versions. Until you are cured, your system will have trouble controlling blood sugar, and you should avoid consuming it, but it is useful as a remedy for low blood sugar.


Your body has a control mechanism that monitors blood sugar (glucose), and as it gets too high the pancreas will emit insulin, a hormone that causes the sugar to leave the blood and enter the cells to be used as fuel, or stored as fat.

Due to the consumption of toxic fats and oils over a long period of time, and the lack of essential fatty acids in the diet, the cells response to the insulin begins to diminish, and the pancreas makes more insulin to get the cells to take the glucose.

In this condition, if you consume processed sugar, it raises blood glucose very rapidly. It is not wise to do because your system is already having trouble reducing blood sugar. It is like having a sink that is nearly stopped up. The water will lower slowly on its own, and you can add a small amount of water into the sink slowly, but if you dump in a bucket of water it will overflow. Likewise, you can add sugar to your system in the form of complex carbohydrates that digest slowly. And if your diet is high in fiber, that will slow the absorption of sugar. But unrefined sugar will cause an abrupt rise in blood sugar.

Sugar can be used as a remedy if you happen to get hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Taking sugar will raise your blood sugar rapidly. Other than that, if you have diabetes, sugar should be avoided.

Sugar Substitutes

You can take sugar substitutes such at stevia, a sweet herb that is 50 to 100 times sweeter than sugar. It is calorie free, with a slight licorice aftertaste.  It does not help baked goods rise.  It is also ideal for candida.

Another good sugar substitute is The Ultimate Sweetener. Derived from birch bark, The Ultimate Sweetener is 100% pure birch sugar (also known as Xylitol).  It is perfect for baking, dissolves quickly, looks and tastes like sugar but has no aftertaste or side effects.  It has half the calories of sugar and does not promote tooth decay.  Metabolized very slowly, it helps prevent sugar highs and lows experienced by people with diabetes, hypoglycemia, candida, or any condition caused by sugar imbalance.

You should avoid aspartame, and its many incarnations including NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, Equal-Measure, NatraTaste, Canderel, and Benevia. Aspartame has been associated with 92 symptoms including MIGRAINES, MEMORY LOSS, SEIZURES, OBESITY, PAIN, INFERTILITY, ... a list too long to summarize. Read the book The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry is Destroying our Brains and Harming Our Children by Carol Simontacchi.

Also to be avoided is Splenda (Sucralose). This sweetener does not occur in nature and your body does not know how to handle it. You are asking for trouble if you use it. For more, see here.

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