13 Signs Your Blood Sugar is Imbalanced (and 13 Things You Can Do About It)

Blood sugar was never something I really thought about until I had to, which is the case for most people. We assume our bodies are humming along fine, doing what it needs to process the food we eat, and that our other ailments are unrelated. It wasn’t until I learned how many ways imbalanced blood sugar can affect other areas of our health that I put two and two together and decided I needed to make big changes.

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Meal Prep Golden Chia Pudding

How much fiber are you actually getting a day? It’s recommended that we get between 25-35 grams, but most Americans are consuming half that amount. I thought I was doing pretty well until I tracked my meals for a few days and realized I was coming up a bit short. Even I have to take a moment once in a while to re-evaluate my choices when I’ve slipped into the same daily routine. So to kickstart our day, I came up with a breakfast that provides a major boost first thing in the morning.

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brussels sprouts salad

I came up with this recipe for my first workshop on gut-toning meals, and now I make it almost every week for lunch, it’s so easy and quick to whip together. Who knew that the little girl who would sit at the kitchen table until bedtime refusing to eat her vegetables would grow up to willingly eat brussels sprouts? There’s hope (and lots of dressing).

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Pickled Jalapeños

Sweet pickled Jesus these are hot!! As part of the course I’m taking on fermentation, I had to make some pickled vegetables this week and since I like to breathe fire I chose jalapeños. They were super easy to make, just make sure you wear protective gloves and/or wash your hands extremely-incredibly thoroughly and DO NOT wear contacts because you’ll eventually have to take them out and that jalapeño juice is stubborn and will make your eyes burn long after you’ve soaped up. Ask me how I know.

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