Managing to regulate your blood glucose levels by adapting what you eat and when you eat it, will help to prevent dips in your blood sugars and reduce the associated symptoms.
Moderation is important when making food choices as even fruits will vary in how quickly they raise your blood glucose. Choose to cut out refined grains, processed foods (as they tend to be high in hidden sugars) and sugary foods (excluding fruit and vegetables) and beverages.
Instead, opt for healthy fats, proteins and carbohydrates that are rich in fibre (which results in the sugar being released slowly). This will include many varieties of fruit and vegetables, whole grains, beans and pulses.
Once the body adapts to this newer way of eating, you will notice the benefits to your overall health. You will feel more energised, improved focus, and lower levels of mood swing. Your weight should also fluctuate less.
So something so simple as sugar can have widespread effects on your daily life.