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  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 [...]

  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 [...]

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. [...]

Extreme Weight Loss

Extreme Weight Loss: the show exposed something seldom talked about I just happened to turn on the TV and the ABC "Extreme Weight Loss" show was on, I just kept watching because something grabbed my attention. There was this juicy drama there, a struggle and a obesity issue that I find so important. So many people suffer from [...]

Learn what is important about using the glycemic index chart   An important part of diabetes management is to have a good idea of what glycemic index is and how it relates to the foods you eat. There are different ways to use it without having to be very technical about it. You might not need to [...]

  If you are diabetic and searching for natural remedies you might have already heard of okra. If you're from the south of the United States you probably had it in gumbos and soups. Some people don't like okra because they produce a slimy juice but this is actually what helps with diabetes. Some people [...]