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Is glucose harmful to the body?

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Is glucose harmful to the body? Typically, allopathic doctors will administer glucose drips to their patients prior to operations, deliveries, or other emergencies. Why do they do that if a blood sugar spike is dangerous? The glucose that the body produces as a result of biological processes is not harmful to the body. On the other hand, the glucose that medical professionals administer contains chemicals and might have side effects.

It is ironic that allopathic doctors give glucose to their patients because it is in their best interests, but they still believe the body should not produce extra glucose on its own.

Why do some people’s blood glucose levels rise?

We are all aware that glucose is crucial for the human body to function. Several factors can cause the body’s glucose level to rise, some of which are as follows:

1. When the digestive system malfunctions, the body is unable to digest food properly. Poor digestion results in the production of low-quality glucose that the body cannot use. As a result, unless the immune system detects and eliminates it, such low-quality glucose will remain in the bloodstream.

2. When the body requires extra energy to treat illnesses or strengthen frail organs, it will produce more glucose.

3. If harmful germs have entered the body and the body requires more energy to fight them, the body will produce more glucose.

4. When the body requires extra energy to repair the damaged bodily parts of accident victims, it produces more glucose.

5. When extra energy is needed for fetal development or to treat a disease in pregnant women, the body produces more glucose.

When will the glucose level decrease in these conditions?

The level of glucose rises due to the emergency, and once the purpose is achieved, it returns to normal. When the wound has healed, the shattered bones have been repaired, and the baby has been delivered safely, the glucose level will naturally decrease.

Diabetes side effects

Diabetes is not the only factor that contributes to the majority of the negative effects that diabetics face. Diabetes patients who take certain medications are at risk of developing high blood pressure, kidney failure, liver damage, ulcers, and other complications.

There is no need to be concerned about diabetes levels rising. Please keep in mind that an increase in blood glucose levels indicates that something is wrong with your body. Simply maintain a positive attitude, allow the body to repair itself, and listen to its cues.

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Reiki Master, Healer, Acupuncturist, Writer, Thinker, Speaker, Author.

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