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Blood Balance Formula

by hilda xavier (2020-09-25)

Blood sugar levels rise and fall after every meal or snack we eat that contains carbohydrates. Our body breaks down these carbohydrates into simple sugar molecules, including glucose. Glucose is absorbed by the gut into our bloodstream, which results in increased blood sugar levels. When this happens, our bodies should be able to handle it in such a way that blood sugar levels don’t end up being either too high or low.

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