diabetes menagement

  Latin name: Emblica officinalis Other names: Amla, Indian goosebery, Aamalaki, Nellaka, Anwla, Ambla, Nelli, kayi T his century have been marked by unparalleled discoveries in the medical field. Efforts to cure AIDS, cancer and other deadly diseases have mobilized science seeking to find a permanent cure. Even though not always successful finding it, scientific research have produced a [...]

  Latin name: Agrimonia eupatoria Other names: Common Agrimony, Church Steeples, Cockeburr, Sticklewort, Philanthropos, hemp agrimony, common Dutch agrimony, water agrimony, bastard hemp, Ackerkraut, Agrimonia, funffing, funffingerkraut, herbe d'aigremoine, herbe de saint-guillaume, liverwort, longyacao, odermenning, potentilla, roadside rosaceae, sticklewort, woodland groovebur. Overview T his plant was originally known as Agrimonia now commonly known as agrimony. A perennial herbaceous flowering [...]

  H ow much sugar can you consume if you have diabetes? Even though a valid question, it misses the point. There are widespread misconceptions when it comes to sugar and diabetes. Have you ever heard about the diabetes myths list? There are a lot of these listings on the Internet. One of them is "Sugar does not cause diabetes". [...]

Naturally control your blood sugar, and chances are you'll reverse diabetes   Blood sugar overview H ow high is too high? Normal blood sugar should be at 100 mg/dl, but blood sugar fluctuates throughout the day and depending on your baseline there are different goals for different people. You can set your own "normal" baseline. If your blood sugar [...]

T here are some who still believe sugar consumption does not trigger diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) says that. That's incredible. Some even think sugar is a important nutrient. There is a belief out there that if you don't eat glucose or carbohydrates you'll die. There is also another belief that if you eat fat you will [...]

  Common Names: bilberry, European blueberry, whortleberry, huckleberry Latin Name: Vaccinium myrtillus   Bilberry looks similar to blueberries but just a little darker; these two berries are related. Its medicinal properties have been known for over a thousand years in Europe's traditional medicine. It has been used to treat a variety of conditions including diabetes, menstrual cramps, eye problems, diarrhea, varicose veins, [...]

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