The glucose/depression connection (video)

Glynis BarberHealth 1 Comment

There is now increasing evidence of a connection between mood and blood glucose levels. Every time we eat our blood glucose levels are raised. However, depending on what we eat and what order we eat it in, our levels can be very erratic and get raised too high. And this can worsen depressive symptoms and affect mood. It can also eventually lead to elevated blood sugar, pre-diabetes or diabetes which will raise the risk of many diseases. It’s therefore best to try and maintain steady blood glucose levels.

In this video I explain some easy ways to lessen glucose hikes

This is a great way of preventing possible health issues and also hopefully lessening the likelihood of low mood.

If you’d like to learn a breathing technique to help with anxiety or tips on how to handle anxiety, check out the Ageless YouTube channel.


If you haven’t already subscribed to the Ageless YouTube channel, I’d so appreciate it if you took a moment to do so.



Share the knowledge!

Comments 1

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *