The 30+ factors affecting your blood sugar

Aside from food and exercise, what else has an effect on your blood sugar?
Aside from food and exercise, what else has an effect on your blood sugar?
Aside from food and exercise, what else has an effect on your blood sugar?
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The 30+ factors affecting your blood sugar

Aside from food and exercise, what else has an effect on your blood sugar?

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Why blood sugars go high and low | The Hangry Woman

There are many unseen factors that have an effect on our blood sugar just as much as diet and exercise do. Watch the video to learn more.

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