So, what is the best way to keep healthy & balanced as a type 2 diabetic? Here are some recommended natural ingredients used for thousands of years to help people manage their diabetes. Taking these has helped thousands of people get back in control!

 

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    Each of the natural ingredients named and described below have been shown, for thousands of years, to help type 2 diabetics control their diabetes, lower their blood sugar, and live a happier life.

    Each of these ingredients is also part of the Ayurveda medical system, developed in India thousands of years ago, where it is still used today. With so much history and scientific proof, there is little doubt that scientifically extracted forms of these ingredients are beneficial for diabetics looking to regain control over their conditions and lives. For a study report of the below claims contact me. There are 34 of them!

    Swertia Chirata

    This plant grows mainly in the Himalaya Mountains and contains at least 67 biological hypoglycemic and anti-diabetic activities in its active compounds {34} that stimulate insulin release, reduce glucose absorption from the digestive system, improve the way your body breaks down glucose, and the way your skeletal muscles or liver use and store that glucose. A study showed that diabetic mice reduce their glucose levels after taking Swertia Chirata for just 3 days. Swertia Chirata also has a greater safety range than drugs.   Swertia  Chirata also raises the activity of the DPP4 and GLP1 enzymes. These enzymes regulate insulin secretion and slow the breakdown of glycogen reserves in the body, which helps you feel full for longer.

    A published study shows up to a 30% reduction in fasting blood sugar levels in mice taking Swertia Chirata, with no cases of hypoglycemia, demonstrating its safety.

                             CURCUMA LONGA (TURMERIC)            

                            

    Turmeric is a well known spice that has also been used for thousands of years in Indian and Chinese medicine to treat diabetes. The active substance in turmeric, curcumin, is known to reduce glucose levels and treat diabetes complications. The active mechanism in turmeric helps your immune system stay healthy by reducing substances responsible for raising insulin resistance. It also helps improve insulin sensitivity through special enzymes found in muscle cells and fat.1-2 A study published in 2012 on pre-diabetics showed that turmeric can help prevent diabetes from progressing into diabetes.

    Momordica Charantia {Bitter Melon}

     

                                                                     Bitter Melon has the power to treat diabetes and insulin resistance. It also lowers cholesterol.14-15 Traditional medicine has been using it for thousands of years.

    Bitter Melon contains many active ingredients. Vicine, charantin, triterpenoids, and antioxidants reduce free radical levels. Free radicals are unstable atoms in your body that cause damage to your cells, so antioxidants are very important because they fight free radicals. Bitter Melon helps heal damaged pancreatic cells and makes them work better. Something very important to diabetics is how fast glucose is absorbed from your intestines, and Bitter Melon helps slow this process down (which is good). It also helps your muscles respond well to insulin so that they can work well. Plus, it reduces the amount of glucose your body makes.

    A study on people with metabolic syndrome (which is an early sign of diabetes) showed that Bitter Melon helped improve their cases after just three months. It also helped them lose weight, reducing waist size by around .79 inches (2cm). Another study comparing metformin and bitter melon showed that both were able to lower fructosamine (metformin had a stronger effect), but that the side effects of metformin reduced the amount of patients that continued to take the drug.

     

                                    Gymnema Sylvestre

     

     

                                  Gymnema Sylvestre decreases craving for sweets and carbs. It works because an active substance called saponin coats sweetness receptors on your tongue and lowers the strong craving for sweet foods.

    Gymnema Sylvestre also speeds up insulin release and slows the absorption of carbs from the digestive system.

    This helps you feel full for longer, which is also why Gymnema Sylvestre also helps with weight loss.

    A scientific study on Gymnema Sylvestre shows that it lowers fasting blood sugar, blood sugar two hours after eating, and A1C.

    Gymnema Sylvestre has gymnemic acid, stigmasterol, quercitol, choline, triethylamine and amino acid betaine and studies show that they decrease blood sugar safely and without causing dangerous hypoglycemia.

    Another study showed that taking Gymnema Sylvestre can help lower blood sugar to the point where diabetic patients might be able to reduce or stop pharmaceutical drugs.      

             TRIGONELLA FOENUM GRAECUM {Fenugreek}

     

          Better known as Fenugreek, this grain contains a high amount of fiber and alkaloids, which help the pancreas produce, release and regulate insulin.

    Fenugreek seeds slow the absorption of carbohydrates from the digestive system, keeping blood sugar more stable. A study on recently diagnosed diabetics showed that people who received daily treatment of Fenugreek had a lower level of plasmatic glucose and statistically higher levels of insulin secretion.

    EMBELICA OFFICINALIS (AMLA) {Indian Gooseberry}

     

                 Embelica Officinalis has active ingredient called tannoid whose properties work to restore the function of pancreatic cells.

    A study done on type 2 diabetic mice treated with various doses of Embelica Officinalis for 45 days showed significant improvements and restoration to pancreatic tissue. A similar study on mice showed decrease in fasting glucose levels.

     

    SYZYGIUM CUMINI  { Malabar Plum}

     

              Syzygium Cumini was tested for its ability to lower fasting and 'peak' blood sugar in sub-diabetic, mildly diabetic, and severely diabetic rabbits. Each rabbit was given Syzygium Cumini for a different duration of time, depending on the level of the severity of their diabetes, but each category saw lower blood sugar levels and higher insulin levels, and liver and muscle glycogen.

    A study on rats taking Syzygium Cumini for 15 days showed a decrease in fasting blood sugar.

     

    Picrorhiza Kurroa

     

            Picrorhiza Kurroa grows in the Himalayan Mountains and has a long history of use in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Its properties support healthy liver and spleen processes.

    A study put diabetic rats taking Picrorhiza kurroa extract for 14 days in one group, and rats taking glibenclamide in another. The results showed similar blood sugar reducing effect between Picrorhiza and Kurrora and glibenclamide.

     

                           Cinnamomum Zeylanicum/Verum

     

     

             Cinnamon demonstrates numerous beneficial effects both in-vitro and in-vivo!  In-vitro Cinnamomum Zeylanicum has demonstrated a potential for;

    a. reducing intestinal glucose absorption by inhibiting the activity of enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism,

    b. stimulating cellular glucose uptake by membrane translocation of GLUT-4,

    c. stimulating glucose metabolism and glycogen synthesis,

    d. inhibiting gluconeogenesis by effects on key regulatory enzymes and

    e. stimulating insulin release and potentiating insulin receptor activity .

    Cinnamtannin B1 was identified as the potential active compound responsible for these effects. The beneficial effects of Cinnamomum Zeylanicum in-vivo includes; a) weight loss associated with diabetes, b) reduction of Fasting Blood Glucose, c) reducing LDL and increasing HDL cholesterol, d) reducing HbA1c and e) increasing circulating insulin levels 31. In addition, Cinnamomum Zeylanicum also showed beneficial effects against diabetic neuropathy and nephropathy . Picrorhiza Kurroa grows in the Himalayan Mountains and has a long history of use in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Its properties support healthy liver and spleen processes.