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#1 2018-01-01 13:54:13

Thomand35
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When we are fasting, the glycemia is about 1 gram of glucose per liter of blood. When we eat a carbohydrate, when we digest it, we turn it into glucose and absorb it in the small intestine, generating an increase in blood sugar. The higher the GI of the food we eat, the higher the level of blood sugar. Ideally, keep a diet with low or moderate GI complex carbohydrates and thus, throughout the day our blood sugar levels they will be more stable, we will be satiated more easily and we will not have anxiety to eat at all hours, this way we will feel more energetic and above all, we will avoid that these carbohydrates are stored as fat in the abdominal area, something we do not want to avoid ……TestoBoost Pro

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