Want better blood sugar control naturally?

This is not a test! This profile is designed to provide customized feedback for those dealing with high blood sugar of any kind (other than type 1 diabetes) who are seeking to gain better control of their blood sugar naturally.

After you complete the quiz, you will receive a detailed report explaining your results and what you can do to take action to improve your blood sugar health!

Congratulation! Your blood sugar is normal!

Good for you that your blood sugar is normal! It’s also excellent that you’re aware of this important health marker. Stick with it over time. Glucose metabolism is a complicated process impacted by many factors, including age.

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It’s great that you’re interested in blood sugar and type 2 diabetes, however, the very first line of proactive defense is knowing your blood sugar level. Schedule an appointment with your doctor today for a complete blood test to measure this and other critical health markers.

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What best describes your blood sugar situation?

How long have you been dealing with high blood sugar?

How much effort have you put into balancing your blood sugar?

How satisfied are you with your progress in balancing your blood sugar?

Do you measure your blood sugar in any way--either at home yourself or by a doctor or lab?

Do you measure your blood sugar after meals?

How do you measure your blood sugar after meals?

What’s your max after meal number to achieve your goal, regardless of time after meal?

Are you satisfied with the after meal numbers you usually achieve?

Have you ever had your blood tested for HbA1c?

Do you remember your last HbA1C measurement?

Do you have an HbA1c goal?

Do you measure your fasting blood sugar?

What is your fasting blood sugar goal?

What is your fasting blood sugar goal?

How satisfied are you in achieving your fasting blood sugar goals?

Are you using any prescription medications to manage your blood sugar?

Are you using Insulin to manage your blood sugar?

Do you take any non-prescription vitamins, minerals and/or supplements like cinnamon, chromium, berberine or apple cider vinegar to control your blood sugar?

What is your current style of eating? (choose 1 that fits best)

Does your diet include grains such as bread, rice or oatmeal?

Does your diet include fresh green and leafy vegetables like broccoli, spinach or kale?

Does your diet include root vegetables like sweet potatoes, potatoes or yams?

Do you eat fruit like apples, bananas or berries?

How often do you consume sugar of any kind including table sugar, coconut sugar, agave syrup, etc.?

Do you exercise?

Do you engage in cardio activity like walking, treadmill, elliptical, biking or similar for at least 30 minutes per session?

Do you engage in resistance training, like weights, bands or your own body weight for at least 20 minutes?

Are you completely out of breath during or after a workout?

How many nights per week do you achieve full, restful sleep where you awake refreshed in the morning?

Is your life stressful?

How do you react to stressful situations?

Do you engage in any mindfulness practice(s) such as meditation, praying, gratitude or solitude/reflection time?

How motivated are you to make changes to achieve better blood sugar control?

What is your gender:

How old are you?

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<%first_name_three%>'s Blood Sugar Report

Hi <%first_name_one%>, you made it!

Good for you investing the time to take your blood sugar control to the next level. Again, don’t think of this as a quiz or a test. Specifics or your particular situation help deliver more relevant considerations so you can focus on what matters and avoid information overload.

Your results are below, broken down into key areas related to blood sugar management.

Customized tips are also included in opportunity areas so you can start making progress immediately.


YOUR SITUATION

Good for you that your blood sugar is normal! And it’s great that you keep track of this important health marker. Since there are a few opinions on what blood sugar levels are “normal”, be sure you’re aiming for the right goals. The insights coming up in this report will provide relevant insight...

It’s critical that you keep in touch with your blood sugar levels and know what they mean. Even with regular testing, issues can fly under the radar before being detected. Annual wellness visit blood tests are an absolute minimum. And to stay ahead of the curve, the considerations coming up in this quiz will ensure you’re optimizing your blood sugar health...

You’re at high risk for type 2 diabetes, which represents an opportunity to take action now and preserve your health for the long haul. And since high blood sugar of any kind causes damage, getting on top of it before it has a chance to further develop is the way to go.

You have high blood sugar that’s not yet type 2 diabetes which represents an opportunity to take early action and preserve your health for the long haul. And since high blood sugar of any kind causes damage, getting on top of it before it has a chance to further develop is the way to go.

You’re prediabetic , which represents an opportunity to take early action and prevent type 2 diabetes from developing. And since high blood sugar of any kind causes damage, getting on top of it before it has a chance to further develop is the way to go.

You’re a type 2 diabetic, which can be challenging. The good news is that with a properly informed and carefully executed plan, it is controllable. With so much conflicting information it can be difficult to determine the best treatment plan. Stick with it and keep up the effort; it will pay off in spades in the long run!

There’s opportunity for you to get more involved in balancing your blood sugar and you’ll be glad you did. No matter how challenging it gets, when you apply the right effort, your blood sugar will be better balanced and you’ll be healthier all around.

Kudos to you for taking some action on balancing your blood sugar. It’s the main driver of success. As such, it’s worth taking your game to the next level to really tackle the situation. Measure once and cut twice with a carefully executed plan and you’ll be in better control in no time.

Good for you that you make a solid effort to balance your blood sugar. That’s the most important ingredient of all. Even if you haven’t made as much progress as you’d like, you will achieve success if you apply a properly informed approach and stick with it.

Not being in control of the situation is not only frustrating, it’s unhealthy. Step back and take a fresh approach to the situation. The considerations coming in this customized report will help you start plugging some holes in the roof for sustainable results.

It’s great that you’re on top of the situation at least some of the time. Closing the gaps and achieving better control is attainable. Use the customized considerations coming in this report to determine where you can optimize your approach and gain even better control.

Excellent that you’ve achieved satisfaction in controlling your blood sugar! It’s even better if you’re doing so naturally, without the use of pharmaceuticals.


THE IMPORTANCE OF GOALS

Measuring blood sugar is critical in gaining better control and maintaining it. In order to manage it, you’ve got to measure it!

Good for you that you do. As you probably know, it’s not such a simple process with so many tests available--and opinions on the right goals to aim for. To make it count, be sure you’re focusing on the right measures, as well as the right goal numbers.

Start testing your blood sugar immediately! Begin with the standard wellness visit blood tests at your docs. Nothing else matters if you don’t know your blood sugar.


MEASURING WHAT MATTERS

Since there’s more than one way to measure blood sugar, it’s important that you get perspective from multiple angles. Each test provides a different view and they’re not always perfect. Cross checking using multiple approaches provides the most complete picture and is particularly helpful when first getting acquainted with your particular situation.

You thoroughly measure your blood sugar with mutliple tests--good for you! By doing so, you’re getting a detailed view of the situation that helps zooms into trouble areas as well as identify successes. Since the situation can change with time, be sure to keep up with robust testing.

It’s great that you measure your blood sugar, yet there are opportunities for you to get a more rounded view of the situation with some additional tests. By doing so, you’ll isolate trouble spots and identify successes to enable better control.

While it’s great that you’re measuring your blood sugar, there’s notable opportunity to tighten your approach. The increased perspective that multiple tests provide can help you get on course and stay there.

And while multiple perspectives are key, after meal numbers are an absolute must. They’re most correlated with avoiding long-term high blood sugar issues, especially cardiac related ones.

Excellent that you’re tracking yours! Keep it up. Even if you’ve established a baseline of what foods cause issues and which don’t, the situation can change over time.

It’s great that after meal numbers are part of your plan. Consider testing a bit more frequently. Even if you’ve established a baseline of what foods cause issues and which don’t, the situation can change over time.

Regular, after meal blood testing should be part of your plan. While it may seem inconvenient, it’s critical for better blood sugar balance. Even if you’ve established a baseline of what foods cause issues and which don’t, the situation can change over time.


AIMING FOR THE RIGHT GOALS

Of course testing is most effective when you aim for the right goals. Thing is, some of the most popularly recommended goals keep you at levels known to cause damage. Research indicates that somewhat lower numbers protect you from that damage and the mythical “inevitable decline” often associated with type 2 diabetes.

You’re aiming for numbers associated with maintaining good health and avoiding the potentially devastating effects of high blood sugar. While it can sometimes be challenging to strive for and achieve these numbers, it’s well worth the effort as it makes a huge difference. Keep it up!

While it’s great that you test your blood sugar, there’s opportunity to tighten up the goals you’re aiming for. Research suggests that somewhat lower numbers are better for maintaining good health and avoiding the complications of high blood sugar. Get the facts and consider adjusting your plan accordingly.

While it’s great that you test your blood sugar, there’s notable opportunity to tighten up the goals you’re aiming for. Research suggests that somewhat lower numbers are better for maintaining good health and avoiding the complications of high blood sugar. Get the facts and consider adjusting your plan accordingly.


HITTING THE BULLSEYE

And of course actually achieving relevant goals is the thing that keeps you healthy.

Excellent that you achieve your numbers most times! Stay on top of your testing routine to continue achieving success. Especially if your diet, exercise or other routines change notably, as the landscape can shift.

Mixed results are progress but getting all the way to bright is critical. Take stock in your plan including diet, exercise, sleep and stress management. What’s driving those higher than optimal numbers? Bring your control to the next level and consistently achieve results that will keep you healthy.

You’re missing your numbers too often, which means your health is likely suffering. Take stock in your plan including diet, exercise, sleep and stress management. What’s driving those higher than optimal levels? Get a handle on the situation and start achieving numbers that will keep you healthy.


TO PRESCRIPTION OR NOT

While some of the most popular treatment plans prioritize prescription drugs first, evidence suggests that type 2 diabetes can be treated without them. They provide only limited benefits that diminish over time and they introduce additional health risks into the mix that may outweigh the benefits.

Good for you that you’re managing your blood sugar without the use of prescription drugs, especially if you’re achieving healthy blood sugar goals. The benefits of an holistic approach grounded in a solid eating and exercise plan should always be maxed before pharmaceuticals are considered.

While everone’s situation is different, get informed and have a conversation with your doc about reducing the amount of medication you’re taking, if not eliminating it altogether.


EATING

With blood sugar being sourced primarily from the diet, this is the most important line of defense in managing the situation. Most of us eat several times every day, and each time we do we’re usually impacting blood sugar. Establishing a sensible, sustainable eating plan that works for you is essential.

Your eating style is optimal for managing blood sugar--good for you! Getting the right amount and mix of macronutrients from the highest quality sources is the recipe for success. Keep it up and continue reaping the benefits for blood sugar control and beyond. Here are some specifics to keep you on course:

Some aspects of your diet are spot on, while others could use some help. Tighten up your eating plan and bulletproof your routine and environment to stay on track. You’ll reap the benefits in blood sugar control and beyond. Here are some specifics to help you take it to the next level:

Your diet could use some attention and the benefits are worth the effort. It’s all about getting the right amount and mix of macronutrients from the highest quality sources. Take the time to develop and stay on a plan and you’ll be in better control. Here are some considerations to help you get on course:

Great that you follow a low carb diet. As you’ve likely realized, if you don’t consume sugar and carbs, they can’t be in your bloodstream. Low carb eating was the original treatment for T2D related blood sugar issues before prescription drugs were invented. Like you, many are rediscovering this approach as effective today. You’re onto something! Keep it up.

Consider migrating to a low carbohydrate diet. For managing blood sugar, limiting the amount of carbs is key, as most convert to sugar in the body. Even diets that are healthy for a normal metabolism can wreak havoc for someone with blood sugar issues. Low carb eating was the original treatment for type 2 diabetes before prescription drugs were invented. Many are rediscovering this approach as effective today. While it requires some change, when done right it still allows for delicous eating!

You’re avoiding high sugar and carb-dense foods like roots, fruits and grains, which is essential to manage your overall intake. Excellent!

Some of the foods you’re eating make it difficult to manage blood sugar. Dialing back on root vegetables, sugary fruits and grains will go a long way to managing your overall intake. Consider switching out some of these foods for green and leafy vegetables.

You’re eating a good deal of foods that can pack a punch when it comes to blood sugar. Consider dialing back on root vegetables, sugary fruits and grains which will lower your sugar intake notably. Switch out some of these foods for green and leafy vegetables.

You stay away from sugar and of course that’s a good thing. It’s difficult to balance blood sugar when eating sugar at any level. Even with all the new exotic entries in the market, sugar is sugar for a challenged metabolism.

You would benefit from reducing the amount of sugar you’re currently eating. It’s difficult to balance blood sugar when eating notable amounts of sugar. Even with all the new exotic entries in the market, sugar is sugar for a challenged metabolism. If you need something sweet, try stevia which appears promising for blood sugar management.

You have a huge opportunity to ditch the sugar and gain better control immediately. It’s difficult to balance blood sugar naturally when eating sugar at any level. Even with all the new exotic entries in the market, sugar is sugar for a challenged metabolism. If you need something sweet, try stevia which appears promising for blood sugar management.


MOVEMENT AND EXERCISE

Exercise is also critical in managing blood sugar, providing multiple benefits: It burns blood sugar, makes the body more responsive to insulin and boosts the metabolism. And with benefits that go far beyond blood sugar control, it’s worth developing an effective plan you can stick with over time.

Your exercise routine is comprehensive and well designed--Nice! You’re positioned for optimal blood sugar control when combined with proper diet and attention in other areas. Keep up the good work! Here are some considerations to help you stay on course:

It’s great that you engage in exercise, although you would benefit from a more comprehensive and perhaps somewhat challenging plan. Here are some considerations to help you take it up a notch:

Getting into an exercise routine will help keep your blood sugar better controlled, in addition to many other benefits. No matter what shape you’re in, an effective and manageable plan is possible. Start simple with walking. Try re-engaging with activities you used to enjoy. Get outside! Here are some considerations to help you get started:

Great that you’re exercising most days of the week! It’s what’s needed to keep a body healthy. Try mixing it up with new and interesting activites to keep you engaged.

Great that you exercise! But increasing the number of days you do would be a benefit. A good rule of thumb is to be exercising most days of the week--aim for 5 or more. Keep it fun by engaging in some of your favorite activites & sports. And take it outside!

Start working toward some kind of activity most days of the week. Take it slowly and build up gradually. Keep it fun by engaging in some of your favorite activites & sports. And take it outside!

You engage in both cardio and resistance training, which is working to your advantage in managing your blood sugar. Cardio helps burn off extra blood glucose. Resistance training builds lean muscle mass. Both boost metabolism and increase insulin sensitivity. Keep up the good work!

You would benefit from incorporating both cardio and resistance training into your exercise routine. Each has their own benefit and are effective in keeping blood sugar balanced. Cardio helps burn off extra blood glucose. Resistance training builds lean muscle mass. Both boost metabolism and increase insulin sensitivity. Round out your routine for maximum benefit.

As you work toward a more thorough exercise plan, keep in mind that both cardio and resistance training are key. Each has their own benefits in balancing blood sugar. Cardio helps burn off extra blood glucose. Resistance training builds lean muscle mass. Both boost metabolism and increase insulin sensitivity.

You’re routine includes intense workouts that leave you huffing and puffing, which makes all the difference. It keeps your metabolism jacked for up to 48 hours post workout. And when achieved in burst or high intensity interval training workouts, you can get more done in less time while reducing strain on the body.

It’s great that some of your workouts leave you winded--consider incorporating this into a few more workouts per week. It keeps your metabolism jacked for up to 48 hours post workout. And when achieved in burst or high intensity interval training workouts, you can get more done in less time while reducing strain on the body.

Consider gradually adding in workouts that leave you huffing and puffing a few times a week. It keeps your metabolism jacked for up to 48 hours post workout. And when achieved in burst or high intensity interval training workouts, you’ll get more done in less time while reducing strain on the body.


SLEEP

Sleep is one of the most overlooked elements of health that has a profound impact on blood sugar. Just one night of disrupted sleep causes a normal metabolism to become temporarily insulin resistant. It also triggers cravings for sugar and carbohydrates to compensate.

You’re achieving solid sleep most nights, which is working to your benefit. Maintaining this pattern will provide an added layer of protection in better balancing your blood sugar. If your sleep pattern ever gets disrupted, make the effort to get it back on track.

You’re getting quality sleep but only some nights. Close the gap and aim for every night, which will add an extra layer of protection. A few things that may help are a consistent sleep/wake schedule, completely darkening your bedroom for sleep, avoiding caffeine after 1pm and reducing screen time 1-2 hours before bedtime.

You’re not getting enough quality sleep, which is critical for optimal blood sugar control. Invest the time to get it right. A few things that may help are a consistent sleep/wake schedule, completely darkening your bedroom for sleep, avoiding caffeine after 1pm and reducing screen time 1-2 hours before bedtime.


STRESS

Stress is another overlooked aspect of many health issues, including high blood sugar. When we react to stress, the hormone cortisol triggers the release of glucose into the blood to provide energy for the “emergency”. Trouble is, our body’s cannot distinguish between a life or death situation and just getting pissed off in traffic. The reaction and resulting damage are the same. And the issues go beyond blood sugar. If you tend to stress, take the time to manage your reaction.

You benefit from having a pretty stress free life--excellent! Not being subjected to stressful situations is the easiest way to avoid the cortisol reaction described above. If life does get a bit more hectic, leverage some good stress management techniques so you only react as much as necessary!

Most people have at least some stress in their life, similar to you. While it’s impossible to control many of the things that can disrupt daily life, we can control our reaction to them, which is key...

You have a particularly stressful life, which put you at risk for the cortisol reaction described above. Take stock in what’s causing the stress and determine if any of it can be better managed. And while we can’t control all of life’s stressors, we can control our reaction to them...

You stay calm under most circumstances, which is a healthy habit and worth sticking with. Great that you’re able to stay chill--it’s working to your advantage in keeping your blood sugar balanced!

It’s great that you don’t freak out over everything but closing the gaps and staying calm even more will tighten your blood sugar balance. Check if there are opportunities to dial in some everyday stress reactions over the little things. And for bigger stressors, see if there’s a way to modify the situations or avoid them altogether.

You’re stressing out a lot and it’s working against your blood sugar control. Take active steps to reel it in. Check if there are opportunities to dial in some everyday stress reactions over the little things. And for bigger stressors, see if there’s a way to modify the situations or avoid them altogether.


Now it’s Time to take action!

Again, good for you investing the time for better blood sugar control. Hopefully, the customized output provided some considerations.

What areas offer the most opportunity for you to gain better control? What’s the one thing you can do immediately to get started? How will you make that happen?

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