HOW TO LOWER BLOOD SUGAR WITH NATURAL INGREDIENTS

I ran across an article today that shares two tips on how to lower blood sugar with natural ingredients that I wish to share with you. The article was Lower Your Blood Sugar With These from eGlobal Natural Health. 

“…I want to talk about two of the most powerful nutritional ingredients which will transform the way you look at physical well being forever.

Weight loss and diabetes management are two conditions which have more misconceptions and fake cures than any others. The two nutrient which we’re going to discover today are not only revolutionary because of how effective they make treating and controlling diabetes, but also because of the benefits they boast of. 

The first ingredient is Zinc.
Zinc, when included as a part of your daily diet will have the following benefits

  • Boost your immunity, warding of an array of diseases and physical symptoms.
  • Helps you deal with the likes of hemorrhoids, ulcers, digestion problems.
  • Improves the insulin levels your body produces, by fighting insulin resistance
  • Helps control blood sugar level , which will help us get rid of harmful medication or needles

The second ingredient is Chromium. 

Chromium is yet another wonder-aid with its energy-increasing and weight-loss influencing capabilities, which not only decrease your overall lipid levels,  but is also invaluable in improving your bodies composition!

Chromium when included in your daily diet will have the following benefits

  • Helps Insulin health
  • Increases energy
  • Lowers lipid levels
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Improves body composition

Zinc and Chromium, although remarkable by themselves, are capable of extraordinary results when used in conjunction with a few other such natural nutritional aids. To know what these are, and how you can implement them to urge your body to its healthiest balance…”Trent
eGlobal Natural HealthZinc is an essential trace mineral, which means our bodies only need a small amount of it (8 mg for adult women and 11 mg for adult men) to maintain good health. While only a small amount may be needed, don’t underestimate the power of this mighty mineral. Here are 10 foods that can help you hit your zinc quota every day.

10 Amazing Foods High in Zinc

Zinc is an essential trace mineral, which means our bodies only need a small amount of it (8 mg for adult women and 11 mg for adult men) to maintain good health. While only a small amount may be needed, don’t underestimate the power of this mighty mineral. Here are 10 foods that can help you hit your zinc quota every day.
Oysters, Crab and Lobster, Beef, pork, and chicken are not only packed with protein — they also provide a good helping of zinc .  Legumes. Add foods like hummus, chickpeas, lentils, edamame, and black beans to your meals for extra zinc and other health benefits.  Vegetables. Did you know that nutritious vegetables like mushrooms, spinach, broccoli, kale, and garlic contain zincNuts and Seeds. Nuts and seeds are yet another great source of zinc.  Whole Grains. Whole grains offer a myriad of health benefits. Packed with fiber, vitamins, minerals, and — you guessed it — zinc, Fortified Breakfast Cereals. Breakfast cereals are fortified with a number of vitamins and minerals, including zinc. Milk and Dairy Foods. In addition to being rich sources of calcium, milk and yogurt are also delicious and nutritious sources of zinc.  Dark Chocolate. What a sweet surprise! Yet another exciting fact about dark chocolate is that it’s a source of zinc. And the darker, the better:

Food sources of Chromium include:

Whole grains, Bread, Brown rice, Meat, Broccoli, Mushrooms, Green beans, Brewer’s yeast, Beef, Beer, Chicken breast, Chicken legs, Calves’ liver, Cereals, Cheese, Eggs, Fish, Sea food, Corn, Potatoes, Diary products, and Fresh vegetables.
Herbs
are also rich in chromium. Herb sources of chromium include:

Wild yam, Nettle, Catnip, Oat straw, Licorice, Horsetail, Yarrow, Red clover and Sarsaparilla.

If you are seeking a supplement check out the following.

What Are The Benefits Of Metformin In Fighting Diabetes 2

Many of those battling Diabetes 2 use the medication Metformin to control and manage there Diabetes.Is this just a routine prescription utilized by many doctors? Or, is there real value in this drug?  This post relates benefits of  metformin in fighting Diabetes 2 and shares excerpts from an article in Diabetes Daily.   5 Surprising Potential Benefits of Metformin  By Sysy Morales on January 2nd, 2017.

“Metformin works by helping the body better utilize it’s own insulin and helps stop the liver from releasing glucose into the bloodstream. Aside from helping with blood sugar management, there are other potential benefits from taking metformin.

5 BENEFITS OF  METFORMIN

  1. May help prevent or treat cancer. In one study, patients with breast cancer seemed to benefit from taking metformin over those not taking metformin for their diabetes and even over those without diabetes. A seven study analysis found that women taking metformin for 3 years cut their breast cancer risk by 25 percent…
  2. Promotes good gut bacteria growth. A recent study published in the ADA’s Diabetes Care journal found that metformin does seem to change gut microbiota in a favorable direction. It appears to do this by enabling the growth of mucin-degrading A. muciniphila and several short chain fatty acid-producing microbiota.
  3. May help protect from glaucoma. A study published last year in JAMA Opthalmology showed that the use of metformin and not any other diabetes medications was linked to a reduced risk of open-angle glaucoma even after taking into account diabetes management and other variables…
  4. Helps treat polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is characterized by symptoms like irregular periods, an excess of male hormones, and polycystic ovaries. An underlying issue in PCOS is considered to be insulin resistance, which metformin helps to improve…
  5. Helps to prevent those with pre-diabetes from developing type 2 diabetes. A large study called the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) found that while positive changes to lifestyle habits can help prevent those with pre-diabetes from developing type 2 diabetes, they also found that the use of metformin was also helpful for type 2 diabetes prevention or delay. The study published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicated that people may cut their risk for type 2 diabetes by 31 percent by taking metformin.”

I found this information very enlightening and helpful.  I have been taking Metformin since my diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes and had begun to wonder if  it was necessary or helpful.  My blood sugar levels fall within the pre-diabetic range and at the time of my diagnosis it was not usual to make a diagnosis of pre-diabetes.  This article has renewed my confidence in the medication program prescribed for me.  I am also pleased for the side benefits related to cancer, glaucoma and  other issues mentioned above. I hope this information was useful for you also.

Most of us know that medication is not the solution.  Rather it is a part of solution. A healthy lifestyle is key.   This includes a healthy diet, and regular physical activity.

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