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  • SUBJECT LINE: Stunning Blood Sugar Benefits from This One Simple Health Routine

    Hello John,

    Laura Snyder* had never had a headache like this one in her life.

    It was blinding. She could barely handle calling in sick to work before crawling back into bed. Was it a

    migraine?

    The next day it was even worse. Laura didn't know if it was more painful because she'd barely slept or if

    it was something else. By the end of the day she gave up her silent suffering and had her husband drive

    her to the emergency room.

    After a CT scan and some blood tests they came back with a shocking diagnosis: she'd had a mild stroke

    at only 46 years old. What brought it on: undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes.! And she didn't even have a clue

    before her headache began.

    According to the National Institutes of Health, one third of all people in the U.S. with diabetes do not

    know they have the disease. Judging from that fact, it's reasonable to wonder: how do you know if your

    blood sugar levels are even simply unhealthy?

    Blood sugar issues can be easy to ignore or not even notice. But if you take control of your blood sugar

    levels, you can make a huge impact on your overall health.

    Well, the results from clinical studies are in and they show stunning blood sugar benefits from

    supplementing with chlorella:

    In a study published the Journal of Medicinal Food, researchers found that doses of 8,000 mg of

    chlorella per day (divided into 2 doses), helped lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels. They

    believe that chlorella activates a number of genes at the cellular level that improve insulin

    sensitivity, encouraging a healthy balance.

    Reviewing another study on chlorella and blood sugar, Dr. Joseph Mercola stated in an article on

    his website that chlorella was found to improve insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake in the

    liver in type 1 diabetic rats. The authors suggest chlorellas hypoglycemic effects may be due to

    improved glucose uptake in the liver and the soleus muscles.

    In another study published in the journal Phytotherapy Research in 2011, researchers discovered

    that chlorella has the ability to improve fructose-induced insulin sensitivity. The authors

    concluded that: Oral administration of chlorella has the ability to improve insulin sensitivity,

    which may be used as an adjuvant therapy for patients with insulin resistance.

    The results from these many studies make it very clear: chlorella may help support healthy blood sugar

    levels. In addition, chlorella gives you:

  • A rich supply of the core nutrients necessary for life such as protein, nucleotides and

    antioxidants

    20 vitamins and minerals

    The unique regenerative power of Chlorella Growth Factor

    Toxin-removing fiber and chlorophyll

    Supplementing with chlorella is a smart choice. Other essentials for healthy blood sugar levels that I

    recommend to my patients include eating a healthier diet and increasing physical activity.

    In addition, only Sun Chlorella uses the special process called DYNO-Mill processing to help you get

    chlorella that's 90% digestible. That means, unlike with some other brands, you get the full nutrition out

    of chlorella.

    Want to enjoy all of these benefits? Our discounted starter package is a great way to begin . . .

    Click here for your discounted starter package and support healthy blood sugar levels right away

    To your health,

    Dr. Mark Drucker

    P.S. This one simple health routine can really make a difference in your life and health. Sun Chlorella's

    superfood nutrition gives your body what it needs to function at its very best, including supporting

    healthy blood sugar levels.

    Find out more about this discounted starter package - an easy natural way to better health!

    *Some names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals.