THE TOP TEN Things Diabetes Sufferers Can Do
Diabetes sufferers can get insensitive to insulin. Although we need sugar, we don't need a lot of it. Yet we still need insulin to help the body process sugar. These are some things Diabetes Sufferers can do to prevent the stage of "insensitive to insulin". Some have had their Type 2 Diabetes reversed due to making gradual changes to their diets and lifestyles.
Diabetes sufferers can get insensitive to insulin. Although we need sugar, we don't need a lot of it. Yet we still need insulin to help the body process su... more
Eat roasted or unroasted Pumpkin seeds, steam ginseng for soup. These natural foods have powerful anti-oxidants.
A rich source of zinc!
Eat genuine Vitamin C (direct from organic fruits are the best). Synthetic vitamins do a lot more damage although cheaper.
Has a bitter anti-oxidant that beneficial for overall immunity.
Drink milk that are without growth hormones and artificial sugars and "fizzlers". Free-range GRASS-FED cows provide milk of better nutrition, as compared to cows force-fed corn (not their natural food).
It's continually needed. Best to go for natural time-released Vitamin C or eat fresh fruits.
Chromium is a supplement that helps Diabetes sufferers to process insulin better (1,000mcg or more per day).
Walk leisurely for 3 minutes, sprint for 10 seconds
Avoid fructose-rich raisins and over-drinking coffee.
Significant sustained reductions in diabetic symptoms were especially noted in those who received 1,000 mcg of chromium per day.
If there's only one herb to eat, Red Cayenne Pepper is a herb way more powerful than many other herbs.
Not only suppresses appetite!
Have not only green but yellow and orange vegetables.
Lesser starch = lesser dependance and need for insulin
Control snacking urges by snacking on nuts like almonds, pistachio, etc. (Ask a nutritionist if you are unsure.)
Have reversed Type 2 Diabetes with Success since it helps to REPAIR
Drink Black tea or Green tea (google for caffeine toxic).
And a low-Carbohydrates diet! A diet high in starch (white bread for example) not only puts more strain on your pancreas, it can also contributes to irritable bowel movements (symptoms: bloatedness, nausea).
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