How to Balance Dysglycemia and Insulin Resistance

Dysglycemia and insulin resistance are common abnormalities in blood glucose levels. In a prediabetic stage, insulin resistance can lead to hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia when fasting, or high and low blood sugar.

With insulin resistance affecting one in three Americans, the issue often goes undiagnosed and untreated. So, how do you balance insulin resistance?

In this article, we will explain what insulin resistance is and how to balance dysglycemia and insulin resistance.

What is dysglycemia and insulin resistance?

While diabetes is well-known, many Americans are in a prediabetes stage of insulin resistance.

More than 34.2 million Americans have been diagnosed with a form of diabetes, according to the CDC’s National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2020. However, that number pales in comparison to the 88 million American adults with prediabetes, insulin resistance, and dysglycemia.

Insulin resistance occurs when the body creates insulin but does not use it as efficiently as it should. This resistance to insulin causes glucose to build up in the body’s bloodstream instead of being used. This increase in blood sugar tells the pancreas to release more insulin to keep blood sugar levels normal.

In the case of insulin resistance, however, insulin cannot keep up with the blood sugar levels. This is known as hyperglycemia, one of the two forms of dysglycemia.

Untreated hyperglycemia can damage organs and tissue and even lead to coma. If untreated, it can become diabetes. Untreated cases of diabetes can lead to heart disease and stroke.

Dysglycemia also includes hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Hypoglycemia can lead to fatigue, headaches, confusion, weakness, nausea, and anxiety. In severe cases, it can cause loss of consciousness, seizures, or death.

With so many people being affected by insulin resistance and dysglycemia, scientists, researchers, and healthcare professionals have sought ways to minimize the impacts and prevent it from becoming diabetes.

So, what are some of the ways that we can try to balance insulin resistance and dysglycemia?

How can we balance insulin resistance and dysglycemia?

The body’s glucose metabolism is central to maintaining your overall cellular health. Many causes of insulin resistance and hyperglycemia are related to diet and exercise, but not always.

Alongside a healthy diet and regular exercise, herbs and nutrients can help the body maintain a healthy weight and benefit systems in the body such as the metabolism, cardiovascular, and central/peripheral nervous systems.

Research has shown that certain herbs and nutrients can help to balance the body’s metabolism and insulin production.

Fenugreek 20% 4-Hydroxyisoleucine provides natural amino acids and helps normal regulatory energy production in cells.

Pterocarpus marsupium, a type of rosewood native to India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, contains liquiritigenin, isoliquiritigenin, and pterostilbene. In Ayurveda medicine, originating in India more than 3,000 years ago, this rosewood helps support normal glucose uptake and helps serve normal cellular insulin receptor sensitivity.

Momordica charantia, or the bitter melon, also has powerful insulin receptor binding effects that can help the body regulate normal insulin cell-signaling pathways. It also contains peptides that support the body’s normal self-regulation of glycemic processes.

Other key herbs and components that can help balance insulin resistance include gymnema sylvestre, cinnamon, pomegranate, and baobab.

Systemic Formulas has used this research and its own independent studies to develop a new dietary supplement that can help the body to naturally balance dysglycemia and insulin resistance.

A Dietary Supplement to Help Balance Dysglycemia and Insulin Resistance

Systemic Formulas has developed a revolutionary dietary supplement to help the body naturally balance dysglycemia and insulin resistance. Synulin Glycemic Balance uses natural botanical nutrients from around the world to help support a normal, healthy cell membrane and glucose production of adenosine triphosphate.

Synulin contains the aforementioned fenugreek extract 20% 4-hydroxyisoleucine, pterocarpus marsupium extract, and momordica charantia extract in addition to benfotiamine, biotin, zinc, vanadium, gymnema sylvestre, fraxinus, ginger root, baobab, pomegranate extract, angelica root, artemisia, and a special glycation balance blend. This includes mulberry extract, apple skin, polymethoxy flavones, naringin, and hesperidin.

Our Synulin dietary supplement also contains a proprietary and patented nutrient known as Chromium 40H Isoleucinate, which addresses the normal cellular metabolic role that chromium plays in the induction and utilization of glucose through the cell membrane.

Dr. Shayne Morris, a nutri metabolomic expert, applied recent scientific studies toward helping the body support normal glucose metabolism and promote optimal cellular ATP processes. Dr. Morris combined botanical nutrients, metabolic ingredients, and herbal components into a synergistic matrix that reinforces the cellular and mitochondrial membrane’s normal sensitivity.

Synulin doesn’t just help balance dysglycemia, it can provide benefits to the entire body.

In some cases, insulin resistance can also lead to inflammation in adipose tissue. The adipose tissue begins to store the excess sugar. The release of hormones can trigger the immune system, resulting in inflammation.

According to a 2007 study by Lu Qi and Frank Hu with Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, hyperglycemia can lead to an overproduction of oxygen in the mitochondrial membrane, creating a pro-inflammatory cascade.

Synulin’s balancing power can help the body naturally resolve inflammation caused by insulin resistance.

Looking for a dietary supplement for inflammation not caused by insulin resistance? Systemic Formulas has developed a supplement that helps the body naturally resolve inflammation. To learn more about RPM, read our blog on the topic.

Conclusion

Dysglycemia and insulin resistance affect a large portion of the U.S. population. Many of these people are in prediabetic stages, and it often goes undiagnosed or untreated. Dysglycemia can have numerous adverse effects on the body.

Systemic Formulas has developed a dietary supplement that promotes healthy cells, a healthy metabolism, and helps the body to naturally balance glucose levels. To learn more about Synulin for glycemic balance, visit our products page.