However, here are some of the most common symptoms of high blood sugar:
- Dry mouth
- Blurred vision
- Increased thirst
- Dry and itchy skin
- Always being hungry
- Daily fatigue or extreme tiredness
- Frequent urination and/or urination during the night
- Slow healing of cuts and wounds
- Difficulty concentrating
- Excess abdominal fat/weight gain
- Nerve problems
- Stomach problems
- Recurrent infections
Using Glycemic Index Food List to Decrease High Blood Sugar Symptoms
The Glycemic Index (GI) is system that ranks the foods on a scale (from 1 to 100) based on their effect on blood-sugar levels. Precisely, this numerical index measures the carbohydrates based on the rate of the glycemic response. That actually is extent to which foods are raising the blood sugar levels after eating them.
GI uses a scale from 0 to 100 and higher values are assigned to those foods that cause the most rapid rise of sugar levels in the blood. The pure glucose serves as a scale of 100.
The foods with a high GI are rapidly digested, while the low-GI foods are digested very slowly. The medical experts explain that all people have to consume low GI foods as they have plenty benefits for the overall health and in the same time reduce insulin levels and insulin resistance, thus prevent the high blood sugar symptoms.
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