5. Get more sleep
We’ve mentioned this before, but it can’t be stressed enough: Get more Zs!
Not getting enough sleep is linked to obesity, increased blood sugar levels, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.
So there it is. You don’t have to settle for a processed and empty-calorie packaged diet that’s bursting with sugar, trans fats, and artificial ingredients.
Start out with those 5 tips that will help you eat better and be more active — and add Almased’s diabetic-friendly, low-glycemic and high protein shake to the mix, maximizing your pathway to metabolic health!
Remember that 80% of weight loss is diet. So make sure to include Almased in your new healthy eating and exercise lifestyle!
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