THE EFFECTS OF A THREE AND HALF DAY LONG PROCESSED SUGAR-FREE DIET

Maria Jelaca-Tavakoli, Ivan Anastasovski, Vujica Zivkovic, Lence A. Velickovska

Blood glucose levels are evaluated as a part of this preliminary study. The primary step included measuring blood glucose levels during and after 3 ½ days on processed sugar free diet. The secondary step measured the blood glucose levels before and after a 30-minute exercise. The preliminary research did not aim to link the two steps. In both steps however, an average decrease in the blood sugar levels is evident. Based on the finding from this preliminary study a diet low in processed sugars along with a physically active life style resulted in lowering blood glucose levels. These results have a potential of being used as prevention tools to communicate avoidance of possible adverse health problems in adults and children.

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