Low-Carb Eating Helps Control Insulin Levels in 24 hours
If you don’t have diabetes, do everything you can to prevent it. And if you already have diabetes, take action to improve your health. One way you can do this is to learn how to keep insulin levels under control.
When your pancreas is forced to pump tons of insulin in attempt to keep your blood sugar levels under control, it can take a toll on this vital organ and your body. And you can become resistant to insulin, making it difficult for the pancreas to regulate blood sugar levels effectively. And that’s a problem that can put your health at risk.
So what’s an effective way to control blood sugar levels and lower insulin resistance? Go low-carb. In a recent University of Michigan study, researchers found that eating three low-carb meals within 24 hours can lower insulin resistance by more than 30 percent.
Want to know what a low-carb meal looks like? Try our newest low-carb meals made from fresh ingredients like: the Cheese Omelet, Broccoli & Cinnamon Apples, Denver Frittata, Mashed Potatoes & Cinnamon Apples, Plain Omelet, Sweet Potatoes & Broccoli, or Tilapia & Rice Pilaf with Mushroom & Artichoke Hearts. These low-carb meals contain just 10 to 28 grams of carbohydrates, taste great, and include a main course and one or two side dishes.
You can still eat healthy and delicious food on a low-carb diet. You just need to avoid or limit certain foods like bread, pasta, cereal, beer, sweetened yogurt, juice, salad dressings, legumes, sugar, and chips and crackers.
Sure, you’ll probably have to make some changes to your diet to go low-carb. But it’s easy if you pick your meals from our Low-Carb meal delivery menu. Your meal is ready in minutes. Clean-up is easy. Eat three low-carb meals a day and your blood sugar levels will respond better to insulin within 24 hours to keep you healthy.