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Diabetes is a leading cause of new blindness, foot and leg amputations, and hearing impairment. The worst part is that many people suffer needlessly. Here is the formula that can help beat this disease and reverse it.
Eat more natural fiber-rich foods, simply prepared, low in fat, grease, and sugar. Freely use whole-grain products, tubers and legumes, Salads and vegetables. Eat a substantial breakfast daily a hot multi grain cereal will curb your appetite for hours and stabilize your blood sugar.
Use fresh whole fruits, but not more than three servings a day (if you have diabetes).
Avoid refined and processed foods. They are usually high in fat and sugar, and low in fiber.
Markedly reduce fats, oils, and grease. If you use animal products, use them lean and very sparingly, more like a condiment. And avoid oily and creamy dressings and sauces.
Walk briskly each day. Two 30 minute walks everyday are ideal to help burn up extra sugar in your blood. One hour of walking is equivalent to 5 units of insulin.
Work with a physician experienced in the effects of dietary therapy to monitor and adjust your insulin need.
Diabetes Healing Foods
Legumes - They help regulate the level of glucose in the blood because of their fiber content, legumes are a fundamental food food for diabetics.
Vegetables - Vegetables are great for diabetics because of their low calorie content. The best are: broccoli, cauliflower, all types of cabbage, endive, lettuce, green beans, peas, and cucumber.
Whole Grains - They help prevent diabetes, particularly barley, oats, and wheat.
Fruit - The idea that diabetics should not eat fruit because of its sugar content is a serious error. Fruit is necessary in cases of diabetes, since it contains antioxidant vitamins that mitigate the course of the disease and protect against the cardiovascular complications that tend to accompany it. Do not eat dried fruits (raisins, dates, etc.) Mangos and bananas are best tolerated.
Nuts - Oil-bearing nuts, as well as sunflower and squash seeds, supply energy in the form of easily assimilated fatty acids, vitamins B and E, and minerals.
Artichoke - The artichoke's active ingredient, cynarin, is mildly hypoglycemic (lowers the level of sugar in the blood). It also contains inulin, a carbohydrate beneficial to diabetics.
Celery - It helps regulate blood glucose levels, reduces cholesterol, and neutralizes excess acids that may be produced in the body because of diabetes.
Avocado - It helps maintain an adequate blood sugar level, reduces cholesterol, and balances the fat composition in the blood.
Onion - It helps reduce blood glucose levels in cases of diabetes. They are also blood alkalizers and protect against arteriosclerosis, which is beneficial to the diabetic.
Potato - It provides complex carbohydrates and fiber, which causes them to release glucose slowly during digestion.
Wheat Germ - The combined action of the vitamins B1 and E present in wheat germ explains its anti-diabetic effect: 4 or 5 spoonfuls can reduce the glucose level and the need for insulin.
Antioxidants - These protect the cells from the harm occasioned by excess sugar in the extracellular media (outside the cell), and its lack in the intracellular space (within the cells).
B group vitamins - Vitamins B1, B2, and B6 are essential for glucose metabolism, transforming it to energy. Wheat germ, brewer's yeast, legumes, and nuts are good sources of B1, B2, and B6 vitamins.
Magnesium - Adult diabetics run the risk of a lack of this mineral involved in insulin production in the pancreas. Wheat bran, nuts, seeds, and legumes are good sources of magnesium.
Trace Elements - Chromium, copper, and manganese are involved in insulin production.
Fructose - It is a monosaccharide sweeter than saccharose or common sugar. It is found naturally in fruits, together with glucose and saccharose. It requires less insulin for metabolism, so diabetics assimilate it more easily than glucose.
Natural Herbs For Diabetes
Gymnema - This remedy is one of the most widespread used herbs to treat diabetes. A component of the herb called gymnemic acid, blocks the tongues ability to sense things that are sweet. This may be helpful for people with a sweet tooth. This herb also stimulates the pancreas to produce more insulin and to enhance the activity of insulin. Both type one and type 2 diabetes can benefit from this Gymnema herb.
Fenugreek - the Greek and Romans to treat diabetes used this Fenugreek spice. Modern researchers have discovered that fenugreek seeds lower blood glucose; reduce insulin levels, and total cholesterol. Nutritionists agree that anyone with diabetes should make fenugreek seeds a part of their diets.
Bitter Mellon - This fruit contains several phytochemicals that mimic sulfonyurea drugs, without the side effects. Bitter melons also contain compounds that are a close chemical relative of insulin.
Bilberry - Bilberry is a rich source of anthocyanidins and proanthocyanidins, two of the many types of flavonoids. These flavonoids are well known for their beneficial effects on capillaries. One of the main complications of diabetes is damage to the small blood vessels of the eye, the kidneys, and the tips of the toes and fingers.
Grapeseed extract - Grapeseed has the same benefits for diabetes sufferers as bilberry.Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy
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