Do you crave sugar, have blood sugar swings, or low blood sugar?
If you do, you may be deficient in CHROMIUM
In addition, you may have an INTOLERANCE TO CARBOHYDRATES or suffer from GUT FERMENTATION SYNDROME
There are several reasons why you could crave sugar. On the next page we'll explain what happens when the craving becomes an addiction.
Mostly, sugar craving is a metabolic dysfunction that may be due to imbalance of sugar and insulin. Chromium has a major effect on controlling the sugar balance in the body, and is deficient in our diet because refining foods removes the chromium. So if you crave sugar you're probably deficient in chromium, and scientists advise that you're probably heading for diabetes or insulin intolerance.
Diabetes affects 1.3 million people in the UK and there may be as many as a million other people who have the disease but don't know it yet. Nine out of ten people with diabetes have type II diabetes and over 80% of these people are overweight. Many could be helped significantly if their chromium level was brought back to normal. This cheap, natural element that should be in our food but has been removed by processing could relieve diabetes that is costing the Health Service £5 million every day.
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