Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Vital Organs in Blood Sugar Processes

Which Vital Organs are Most Directly Involved in Blood Sugar Processes?

With an out of control trend toward diabetes in our modern world, doctors need to be aware of how to help, naturally. If you're supporting the liver and pancreas, you're on the right track.

Since the pancreas is the site of insulin secretion, you're right in helping it out with chromium-containing glucose tolerance factor (GTF). But remember that the liver also plays an important role in maintaining blood sugar levels. When blood sugar and insulin levels are elevated following eating, the liver stores excess glucose as glycogen. Along with insulin, this helps prevent blood sugar levels from rising too high. When blood sugar and insulin levels drop, as they do between meals, the liver breaks down stored glycogen into glucose, and delivers it back into the bloodstream, to prevent blood sugar levels from falling too low. If supplies of glucose are hampered, the liver can step in by producing extra glucose, through a process called gluconeogenesis. The liver uses various glucose precursors to manufacture glucose.

The moral of the story? Feed the pancreas, liver and digestive system. VitaLiv for the liver, GTF Complex for blood sugar problems, and Green Nutrients for nutrients supportive of all body systems.

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Which Vital Organs are Most Directly Involved in  Blood Sugar Processes?

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