How to Control Sugar level? Dr. Vaishali Shukla's Insights

Dr. Vaishali Shukla, an ayurvedic consultant explores the hidden truth behind increasing sugar levels or diabetes.

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How to Control Sugar level? Dr. Vaishali Shukla's Insights

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  • Dr. Vaishali Shukla is an ayurvedic consultant
  • Unveils the truth of diabetes
  • How to control sugar level?

Can eating sugar cause diabetes? Because we have been hearing since childhood that eating sugar causes diabetes. Is it true or myth? Let's unveil all the questions with Dr. Vaishali Shukla, a well-known Ayruvedic consultant. In past years, there has been a common belief that sugar consumption directly causes diabetes. 

However, Dr. Vaishali Shukla, breaks this myth that eating sugar directly causes diabetes. According to her, diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder affected by various factors like inactive lifestyle, a poor sleep schedule, a lot of stress and you do not work out at all.

How Above Factors are Major Responsible to Increase Sugar Level:

According to Dr. Vaishali, all the above factors can increase blood sugar level in your body, which ultimately can lead to insulin resistance, where your body is not able to pick up sugar from the blood to create more energy and that is why ultimately, over the long period of many months and years, you develop diabetes. On the other hand, there are also genetic factors involved so if you have a genetic predominance of diabetes, then there is a high chance you can get it. 

Let's Understand all the Factors that Help to Increase in Diabetes:

Sedentary Lifestyle: A sedentary lifestyle is one of the biggest risk factors for diabetes. It reduces the body's ability to regulate blood sugar and insulin levels. The uncontrolled free fatty acid released by adipose tissue leads to decrease in insulin, which is followed by raised glucose level, insulin resistance and diabetes.

Poor Sleep: Poor or insufficient sleep increases insulin resistance. Make you hungrier the next day and reduce how full you feel after eating. And make you more likely to reach for junk foods- those that are high in carbs and sugar.

Stress: Stress has long been shown to have major effects on metabolic activity. Energy mobilization is a primary result of the fight or flight response. Stress restores the release of various hormones, which can result in increased blood glucose levels.

How to Control Sugar Level: 

  • Plan a Healthy diet: focus on a balanced diet, containing proteins, healthy fat (unsaturated fat) and a lot of fruits and vegetables. And avoid refined carbohydrates, sugar food and drinks, as they can cause an increase in sugar level. 
  • Physical Activities: To control diabetes, you should have physical activities. Exercising most days of the week can help to improve blood sugar level. 
  • Proper Sleep: try to sleep at least 7-9 hours each night. As insufficient sleep can disturb hormones involved in blood sugar regulation and cause insulin resistance. 

Dr. Vaishali Shukla, highlights the myth that sugar alone causes diabetes. Instead, she points out the many factors that lead to this disease. So, prioritize the importance of lifestyle and build healthy habits to reduce the risk of developing diabetes. 

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