A natural blood sugar management resource


The Road to Better Blood Sugar Starts Here

If you have been told you have high blood sugar, you’re not alone. Over 86 million Americans have diabetes or pre-diabetes, and 9 out of 10 people with elevated blood sugar don’t even know it.

High blood sugar isn’t something you want to ignore. Left unchecked, it can lead to blindness, nerve damage, heart disease, and liver and kidney disease. Plus, high blood sugar significantly increases your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

With Diabetes, We’re Facing a Very Real Epidemic & Conventional Treatments Simply Aren’t Working

Finger stick tests, drugs, and restrictive diets aren’t the answer. In fact, some of the medications that promise to lower your blood sugar can cause weight gain, elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and increase your risk of heart disease.

But diabetes isn’t the lifelong sentence it used to be. You have options.

We’ve pulled together some of the nation’s leading experts on preventing, managing—and even reversing—type 2 diabetes using unconventional remedies you WON’T hear about from a conventional doctor. Things you can do at home. Simple changes you can make. Powerful natural remedies that balance blood sugar and improve your health.

Not sure where to start? We invite you to read some of our most popular articles:

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10 Secrets to Beat High Blood Sugar and Diabetes

It’s never too late! These proven tips can help you get off the “sugary slope” and keep your blood sugar balanced, for good. (You won’t believe secret #6!)

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Meet the Blood Sugar Team

Julian Whitaker, M.D.

A graduate of Dartmouth College and Emory University Medical School, Dr. Whitaker literally wrote the book on Reversing Diabetes. Through his books, monthly newsletter Health & Healthy, and the Whitaker Wellness Institute he founded in California, Dr. Whitaker has helped tens of thousands of patients with diabetes—often enabling them to stop all medications and return to a disease-free state. He was one of the first to discover the healing power of berberine, plus other natural therapies to keep your blood sugar in check.

Spencer Nadolsky, D.O.

Known as “America’s Fat Loss Doc,” Dr. Spencer is a licensed practicing board certified and bariatric (weight loss) medicine physician with degrees from the University of North Carolina and Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is the author of The Fat Loss Prescription, and runs an innovative online medical clinic where he can help patients all over the world get and stay healthy. In fact, he’s literally changed the world of medicine—helping people to slim down and reverse high blood sugar naturally.

Dr. David Williams

A medical researcher, biochemist, and chiropractor, Dr. David Williams is one of the world’s leading authorities on natural healing. His exclusive natural treatments and remedies, often uncovered in far-flung places such as the African Bush or Australian Outback, are usually years ahead of those offered by conventional medicine. His mission is to provide those committed to good health the best resources available to support the body’s innate ability to heal itself.

Stephen Sinatra, M.D.

Dr. Stephen Sinatra is a highly respected and sought-after cardiologist whose integrative approach to treating cardiovascular disease has revitalized patients with even the most advanced form of illness. His experience is grounded in more than 35 years of clinical experience, research, and study. Dr. Sinatra was also one of the first to discover that inflammation, not cholesterol, is the real culprit in heart disease—and that the key to better cardiovascular health is to limit (or better yet eliminate) sugar.

Drew Sinatra, N.D.

Dr. Drew Sinatra is a board-certified naturopathic doctor and self-described “health detective” with a passion for promoting natural healing and improving quality of life by addressing the root cause of illness—including diabetes. He holds a BA degree in neuroscience from Franklin & Marshall College, a master’s degree in acupuncture, and a doctorate degree in naturopathic medicine. His areas of expertise include digestive disorders, autoimmune disorders, environmental issues (including mold toxicity), allergies, cardiovascular disease, fatigue, depression, Lyme disease, and more.

Dr. Mark J.S. Miller

Dr. Mark J.S. Miller PhD, MBA, FACN, CNS, is an innovative, internationally recognized scientist with a lifelong history of vision and achievement. His decades of biomedical research and academic medicine have led to multiple profound breakthroughs that have significantly changed the landscape for medicine and supplements. As Chief Science Officer for Healthy Directions, Dr. Miller is a foremost expert in nutritional supplements, including berberine.

Michele Balcerek, Certified Yoga Instructor

Michele is a certified yoga instructor who uses meditation and mind-body strengthening and relaxing techniques to improve overall health. She is also an expert in mindful meditation which studies show helps to relieve stress, lowers blood pressure, and helps people with diabetes to keep their blood sugar in check.

Karen Singer, Medical Editor

A lifelong health enthusiast, Karen’s passion for blood sugar-related issues started when her father developed type 2 diabetes. Karen has served as a medical editor at Healthy Directions for more than a decade, working with experts including Dr. Stephen Sinatra, Dr. David Williams, and Dr. Drew Sinatra. She has edited many online wellness articles and print publications, including Cooking Your Way to Better Health and Dr. Sinatra’s Top 20.

Paulette McMillan, MS, RD, CDE

A licensed nutritionist and acupuncturist, Paulette has been in private practice for over 20 years. Paulette is a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), which is a specialized credential demonstrating a comprehensive knowledge of and experience in prediabetes, diabetes prevention, and management. She is also a recipient of the Maryland Dietetic Association’s Maryland Recognized Dietitian of the Year award—and enjoys empowering people with diabetes to make positive lifestyle changes.