diabetes menagement

  Amla is a small to medium size tree reaching 8 - 10 m in height. The trunk is crooked with spreading branches. Leaves are oval shaped and short, the flowers are greenish yellow. The fruits are almost perfect spheres of about 1 - 1 1/2 in diameter. Amla fruits taste bitter and sour and have [...]

  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. T his plant was originally known as Agrimonia now commonly known as agrimony. A perennial herbaceous flowering plant [...]

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 [...]

  The so called "diabetic diet" doesn't exist. Sorry to break it to you. But the reason it doesn't work is because it is all based on managing carbohydrates. But it doesn't matter how much you manage carbs - as long as you keep eating them you'll produce glucose and insulin. It is like trying [...]

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 [...]

Burdock root for diabetes

  Plant description B urdock is a hardy biennial plant that thrives along roadsides, vacant lots, and river banks. It is related to the artichoke family and It grows throughout North america but not in the south regions. Burdock might be native to Northern Europe and Siberia. Plants can grow up to 28" or 71 cm. [...]

Bilberry for diabetes

  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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