2 Leaves to Kill Diabetes | What is Diabetes? & Types ?


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Diabetes:
Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has a high level of blood glucose (blood sugar), either because the production of insulin is inadequate or because the cells of the body do not respond adequately to insulin, or both.

Two sheets for diabetes
1. guava leaves
Guava (scientific name Psidium guajava) has been used in East Asia for diabetes, possibly for centuries. Several studies from Japan found that guava leaf tea also reduces cholesterol and insulin levels.
The guava leaf also seems to decrease the fasting sugars. In a study of people with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, those who drank guava leaf tea with each meal for 12 weeks had fasting blood sugar levels lower than before they started drinking tea.

Papaya leaves:
Papaya leaf juice can also work wonders for diabetics, as it regulates the production of insulin, which in turn controls blood sugar levels. Its strong antioxidant nature also helps reduce the consequent complications of diabetes such as kidney damage and fatty liver.

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