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Lower blood sugar naturally - with the right foods

The best way to naturally lower blood sugar levels and thus prevent possible type 2 diabetes is a healthy diet rich in fiber and vital substances.

Of course, exercise, sufficient sleep and appropriate stress management are also part of this in order to lower blood sugar over the long term and keep it healthy in the long term.

If you are already taking blood sugar-lowering medication, then discuss the above measures with your doctor so that he can monitor your blood sugar level more closely from now on and thus recognize in good time if you need less medication or no more medication at all.

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