How to lower high blood sugar levels
Fortunately, high blood sugar levels can be lowered and the damage associated with it can be reversed, although this is not always the case.
A healthy diet plays an essential role in regulating your blood sugar levels.
As the NHS explains, there’s nothing you cannot eat if you have type 2 diabetes, but you’ll have to limit certain foods.
The health site you can eat a wide range of foods – including fruit, vegetables and some starchy foods like pasta.
A handy way to separate high and low carb items is to follow the glycemic index (GI).
The glycemic index is a value assigned to foods based on how slowly or how quickly those foods cause increases in blood glucose levels, explains Harvard Health.
Keeping active is also a bulwark against high blood sugar levels.
According to the NHS, you should aim for two and a half hours of activity a week.