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How To Naturally Treat Diabetes and Reduce Blood Sugar With Certain Foods

By Earnest Younge

There are many natural foods to treat diabetes and reduce blood sugar naturally. What does pumpkin soup, ital stew and oats porridge with cinnamon have in common? The answer is that they seem to have properties that can help to control and even beat the diabetes epidemic through natural cure for diabetes herbs . But before you begin to excite your taste buds with these foods, it would be wise to first get rid of the foods that contribute to diabetes. This may be hard for you, but you’ve got to immediately clear your pantry and refrigerator of sodas, high fructose juices and snacks, sugar, white rice, white flour, white bread and pasta etc.

The foods mentioned quickly flood your blood stream with an unprecedented amount of sugar that put a lot of strain on the pancreas – the maker of insulin that removes sugar from the blood stream. If you do not control this flood of sugar via your diet, the pancreas will eventually short circuit and produce less or even stop secreting insulin. Uncontrolled diabetes leads to other complication including kidney disease, heart disease, glaucoma, gangrene and a host of other conditions.

Now let’s fast forward to the good news. By exercising, losing the extra weight and eating the following foods you can actually help prevent, control or even beat diabetes the natural way:

Pumpkin Research conducted on pumpkin shows that it contains compounds that help to prevent the destruction of and regeneration of damaged pancreatic cells. As a result, pumpkin also helps to increase insulin levels in the blood. The protective effect of pumpkin is thought to be due to both antioxidants and molecules that mediate insulin activity. So keep on eating your pumpkin and drinking your pumpkins soup.

Ital Stew An ital stew made with peas, okra, pumpkin, carrots, cho cho and stewed down with coconut milk and served with brown rice provides fiber, mucilage and a wide variety of nutrients that will slow sugar absorption into the blood stream and regulate insulin response.

Cherries, Cinnamon and Buckwheat Researches have identified antioxidants, beneficial compounds and fiber cherries, cinnamon and buckwheat respectively that can help to lower blood sugar levels. Cherries contain a group of antioxidants that help increase insulin production, and up to half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder on food for forty day show blood sugar lowering capabilities.

Tea Five cups of black or green tea per day research says could significantly reduce cataract formation. Black, green and oolong teas could also increase insulin activity. Add lemon and please, no sugar!

Coconut oil It is believed that coconut oil puts less of a demand on the enzyme production of the pancreas. This lessens the stress on the pancreas during mealtime when insulin is produced most heavily, thus allowing the organ to function more efficiently. According to the Journal of the Indian Medical Association, coconut oil in the diet enhances insulin action and improves binding affinity compared to other oils.

American Ginseng Researchers at St. Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto have found that taking American ginseng before a meal reduces blood sugar in people both with and without diabetes

Logwood Bark This is a long time tradition remedy for diabetes. Boil 1 ounce logwood chips in a pint of distilled water for 10 minutes. Add 2 teaspoon near end. Drink 1-2 ounces daily.

Bitters Bitters such as Dr. Bush Bitters help to clear excessive sugars from the blood stream. It also stimulates pancreatic and digestive secretion.

Although there is not an exact natural cure for diabetes there are foods to naturally treat diabetes and reduce blood sugar

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