Nearly 10% of the population of the United States have diabetes and there are no signs that the figure is slowing down. Fortunately, type 2 diabetes can be managed with good lifestyle choices and diet.
Diabetes is a common disease that affects the body’s ability to produce and respond to insulin. Among other things, this condition results in elevated blood sugar (glucose). Treatment often includes medication to help manage blood sugar. Diabetes also increases the risk of heart problems in patients by reducing the good cholesterol levels in the body.
black cumin seed - Researches have shown that black seed can help in regulating the blood sugar levels in diabetics. The consumption of black seed can boost the good cholesterol levels and thus, reduce the risk of heart diseases.
Black seed contains some of the highly beneficial compounds such as omega-3, omega-6, omega-9, and phytosterols. It is this phytosterol compound that helps the black seed bring down the cholesterol levels in the body. Thymoquinone a compound also present in black seed, has a long list of health benefits such as anti-inflammatory and immunity boosting properties, which all play an important role in treating diabetes.
bilberry - compounds in both berry and leaves help to reduce blood glucose levels. Reducing blood glucose levels helps protect the kidneys, eyes, nerves and blood vessels. May also help to combat obesity by decreasing fat absorption.
burdock root - helps improve digestion and lower blood sugar levels in diabetics.
cayenne pepper - has significant effect on blood sugar levels and can help bring them down in diabetics. Hypoglycemics should avoid cayenne in food and supplements.
cinnamon - dramatically lowers fasting blood sugar levels and improves insulin sensitivity with consistent use. By Increasing insulin sensitivity, cinnamon lowers blood sugar levels and helps prevent or treat diabetes. Additionally, cinnamon decreases the amount of glucose that enters the bloodstream after a meal. It slows the breakdown of carbohydrates and prevents sugar spikes.
elecampane - the high insulin content is helpful for those with high blood sugar and type 2 diabetes. Insulin slows down sugar metabolism, reduces food glucose spikes and decrease insulin resistance. It may also reduce inflammation associated with diabetes.
garlic - helps lower blood sugar by improving the function of the pancreas and increasing the secretion of insulin. This helps the body regulate blood sugar levels and alleviate problems associated with high blood sugar.
ginger - can help regulate blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels especially the "bad" LDL cholesterols.
ginseng - helps regulate blood sugar. May help prevent post meal spikes in blood sugar levels if taken prior a meal. Also promotes the secretion of insulin and helps lower high blood pressure.
goldenseal - helps boost the production of insulin and lowers blood sugar levels. It will not replace injected insulin but it does encourage the body to product more so that type 2 diabetics may be able to reduce their insulin doses over time. May elevate blood pressure so do no use if this is a problem.
horsetail - acts to balance insulin levels in the body by lowering blood sugar and preventing peaks.
lemon balm - helps control blood sugar levels and protects the body against oxidative stresses caused by diabetes.
lion's mane mushroom - lowers blood glucose levels and improves insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes. It also helps the pain of diabetic neuropathy.
marjoram - Might affect blood sugar levels and effectively inhibit certain enzymes which improve insulin tolerance.
milk thistle - helps control and decrease the blood sugar levels in insulin resistant patients. The improved blood sugar control is due to the improved health of the liver and its function in releasing insulin and other hormones into the bloodstream.
plantain - helps reduce inflammation and can lower blood sugar levels after a meal by slowing down carbohydrate absorption.
reishi mushroom - can help lower elevated blood sugar levels and increase oxygen in the blood helping to lower blood pressure and improve blood flow.
turkey tail mushroom - helpful in managing blood sugar levels and lowering glucose in the bloodstream.
Dosage: 1-2ml before or after a meal or when needed. DO NOT use if pregnant, or taking any medications for this condition. Please consult with your physician before use.
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