Effective blood sugar management is key to long-term health. While Transform is a key contributor to this goal, your daily choices also play a crucial role. These 10 daily hacks will maximize Transform's benefits.
Transform is an amazing new product that promotes improved blood sugar management. It contains powerful enzymes that convert sugar from food to fiber, reducing excess glucose absorption and supporting healthy metabolism.
1- Eat food in the right order veggies > protein > carbs
The first things you eat are the first things your body will start to digest (or “process”). Feed it more of the good first, so any of the “less good” can sneak by without a peep!
Vegetables are rich in fiber and essential nutrients, which can help slow the absorption of sugars and prevent blood sugar spikes. Lean protein promotes satiety and helps maintain stable glucose levels. while carbohydrates should be consumed in moderation and primarily from whole, complex sources.
2- Green means go start every meal with a green
A salad or a plate of leafy greens before your main course can help regulate your blood sugar levels. The fiber in greens aids digestion, making it easier for your body to process the other components of your meal.
3- Stop counting calories nutritious is delicious
Rather than obsessing over calorie counts, shift your focus to food quality. Nutrient-dense foods are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber and will help regulate glucose levels better than empty calories. When possible, opt for whole foods, such as whole grains, lean proteins, and colorful fruits and vegetables.
4- Flatten your breakfast curve break your fast with balance
Breakfast is usually the end of the longest stretch of time your body has gone without food (nutrients). Giving your body a sweet breakfast in the AM is like giving an energy drink to a kid—it’s too much, too soon, too fast. Try to push those sweets as far back in the day as you can—breakfast for dinner anyone?
Eating a combination of protein, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates helps flatten the glucose curve and starts your day off with a win! This balance prevents rapid spikes in blood sugar and ensures sustained energy throughout the morning. Consider options like oatmeal with nuts and berries or a vegetable omelet with whole-grain toast.
5- Sugar is sugar if it's sweet, it spikes
We’ll keep this one simple. Sugar, even from natural sources like honey or maple syrup, can lead to rapid spikes in blood sugar levels.
6- Snack less, dessert more save those sweets for later
Try to resist any cravings for sweets or snacks during the day. Save those sweets until after a balanced meal. This approach minimizes the risk of erratic glucose spikes throughout the day. Desserting in moderation is a more controlled way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still getting to “eat the cake too”!
7- Vinegar before you eat 1-2 T with 8oz of water
Vinegar helps slow down the absorption of glucose in your body. Daily apple cider vinegar consumption, especially before carb-heavy meals, will help lower the glycemic response and further support your glucose management efforts.
8- Move after you eat more steps, less spikes
A short walk or light physical activity after a meal can help your body process glucose more efficiently. It promotes better insulin sensitivity and can prevent post-meal blood sugar spikes.
9- If you need to snack, go savory elevate your snacking
When you're feeling hungry between meals, opt for savory options like mixed nuts or veggies with hummus. Snacks that are rich in healthy fats, fiber, and protein help stabilize blood sugar and provide lasting satiety.
10- Cover up your carbs there’s power in numbers
Pair carbohydrate-rich foods with fiber and protein to slow down the absorption of sugars. For example, have brown rice with grilled chicken and steamed broccoli, or whole-grain pasta with a hearty tomato and vegetable sauce. These types of combinations can help keep your glucose levels stable.
By taking Transform and incorporating these ten hacks into your daily routine, you can better control your blood sugar and enjoy a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. Remember, it's all about quality, balance, and moderation when it comes to managing your glucose levels.