Diabetes | 7 Supplements That May Help Diabetes |Diabetes Tips


Diabetes | 7 supplements that can help diabetes | Tips for diabetes
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The progression of diabetes that your doctor will not tell you

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Shocking new scientific research discovered how to treat the root cause of diabetes. The doctors of the International Council for Truth in Medicine have perfected these methods of treating diabetes:

In 16 days, the insulin doses of the patients were reduced by more than 57%

A few weeks later, 96% of patients were able to stop ALL medications and injections against diabetes.

The level of sugar in the blood was normalized, the sensitivity to insulin increased and the pain of neuropathy disappeared.

They have already helped more than 17,542 type 2 diabetics to end the need for prescription drugs, insulin injections and blood sugar control.

But you will not hear about this advance from your doctor.

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7 supplements that can help diabetes

1. Chrome
It is believed that chromium, a metal and an essential trace mineral, help reduce blood sugar levels naturally. It occurs naturally in foods such as meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, spices and rye bread and whole wheat. As a supplement, it is sold as chromium picolinate, chromium chloride and chromium nicotinate.

2. Magnesium
Magnesium is essential for bone health, muscle function, normal blood pressure and an adequate heart rate. People with diabetes tend to be low in magnesium, which is related to lower insulin production and more insensitivity to insulin. If a blood test shows that magnesium levels are low, a supplement may be useful. Good dietary sources of magnesium are pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, cashews, halibut, tuna, spinach and oat bran.

3. Omega-3 fatty acids
These come from foods such as fish, some vegetable oils (canola and soybeans), nuts and wheat germ. Omega-3 supplements are available in the form of capsules or oils. Studies show that omega-3 fatty acids reduce triglycerides but do not affect the control of blood glucose, total cholesterol or HDL (good) cholesterol in people with diabetes. In some studies, omega-3 fatty acids also increased LDL (bad) cholesterol. Additional research is needed, particularly long-term studies that specifically analyze heart disease in people with diabetes. Fish oil can also interfere with anticoagulants and blood pressure medications.

4. Ginseng
Clinical trials examining the effects of American ginseng on diabetes are limited, says Weiner. However, a small study showed that taking 3 grams of American ginseng 40 minutes before a meal helps reduce blood sugar levels after meals. While the use of ginseng in the short term could be safe, it can cause side effects, such as itching, insomnia and nervousness. People with insomnia or a hormone-sensitive condition should avoid ginseng.

5. Alpha-lipoic acid
ALA (alpha-lipoic acid), also known as lipoic acid or thioctic acid, is a substance similar to a vitamin. As an antioxidant, it protects against cellular damage caused by free radicals. ALA is found in the liver, spinach, broccoli and potatoes. People with type 2 diabetes take ALA supplements to help their body use insulin more efficiently. ALA has also been used to prevent or treat diabetic neuropathy (a nervous disorder).

6. bitter melon
Despite its name, bitter melon is a vegetable that is also in the form of a supplement. There is some evidence that botanicals such as bitter melon have glucose-lowering properties.

7. Cinnamon
In some studies, they suggest that cinnamon can improve blood sugar levels in some people. Try adding cinnamon, make sure you do not have sugar, oatmeal or other foods, or sprinkle them in the coffee.

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