Lifestyle diseases have a devastating influence on our physical, social, and emotional health. We see this and want to empower the people in our communities to reclaim control of their health and improve their quality of life. That is why we started Sigrid and have, for the past ten years, brought together research pioneers to develop a natural, innovative, and clinically proven solution for lowering blood sugar levels and bad cholesterol.

The first step in healing yourself and reclaiming control of your life is to develop healthy habits. The truth is that metabolic disease management requires commitment and resolve. At Sigrid, we wish to support the self-care management of these chronic conditions and make healthy living easier for our communities.

Our dietary supplement is a one-of-a-kind innovative solution from Sweden for supporting blood sugar levels and promoting balanced energy and weight loss.

To get the best results, we encourage participants in our Consumer Pre-Launch Program to have a healthy lifestyle. Adopting a healthy lifestyle can help you manage your diabetes. It may also improve your critical health indicators, including weight, blood sugar levels, blood pressure, and cholesterol.

Here are 10 tips we encourage our participants to follow while taking our supplements to achieve the best results:

  1. Choose healthier carbohydrates such as whole grains, vegetables, and beans. Avoid foods low in fiber such as white bread and white rice.
  2. Eat less salt to decrease the risk of high blood pressure.
  3. If you are overweight, manage your weight through physical activity and a healthy diet. Even a little weight loss can help prevent or manage diabetes.
  4. Set up a simple exercise routine and try to get 30 minutes of exercise most days. Incorporate small changes in your life, like taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
  5. Eat meals that emphasize fresh fruits and vegetables.
  6. Watch your intake of alcohol and processed food.  Alcohol, sodas, crackers, chips, and other boxed foods are full of empty calories.
  7. Cut out added sugar. Check the food labels for added sugars, limit sweets, and mind how you prepare your coffee or tea.
  8. Get restful sleep as sleep deprivation may lead to insulin resistance, which can result in high blood glucose (blood sugar) levels.
  9. Manage your stress levels with relaxing activities such as meditation.
  10. Work with your healthcare team. Diabetes can have multiple health implications (effects on your vision, feet, legs, and heart) and can require special medication and a special diet. Your healthcare team can therefore include several medical professionals with various specialities. Your team can guide you to implement a comprehensive plan to treat your diabetes and minimize its effects.