Selection of food that is good for the health and skin, rustic wood background

Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which blood-sugar (sugar ) levels are above normal–the body does not produce enough of the hormone insulin, which breaks down sugar in the blood, also it can’t use its own insulin correctly. Diabetes can cause serious health complications including blindness, kidney failure, cardiovascular disease, and even limb reduction. The fantastic news is that there are natural approaches to help avoid these life-threatening problems.

Healthy Lifestyle

As in just about all areas of wellness, exercise and proper diet can help tremendously for diabetes. That doesn’t imply a heavy exercise regimen nor does it imply a radical weight loss. Moderate exercise and a weight reduction of just 5 percent or slightly more can make a significant difference (which holds true for those considered significantly overweight and those carrying a couple of pesky extra pounds. To achieve a 5% or more weight loss may require no more than cutting out soft drinks and taking regular walks for example. At any rate, losing 5 percent is easily achievable with little exercise and a sensible diet that includes a lot of fruit and veggies (though little if any fruit juice because of its high sugar content), fermented whole grains, and eliminating dangerous trans fats.

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Pycnogenol is a potent antioxidant derived from French maritime pine tree bark and the subject of over 180 research over 35 years that has been proven to decrease high blood pressure, LDL cholesterol and blood sugar without affecting insulin levels. Of particular note is its ability to decrease leakage to the retina by fixing capillaries in the eyes. While still largely unknown to American physicians, Pycnogenol is the leading prescription for diabetic retinopathy in France.

Bitter Melon

Make a watery juice of a little Bitter Melon (remove seeds) and drink daily. Bitter Melon helps to clear pimples and maintain a fantastic skin, and is very good for de-worming the intestines.

Fenugreek seed

Soak fenugreek seeds about one teaspoon in water at night, drink that water in the morning and chew and consume the soaked seeds. Helps reduce blood glucose.

Green plaintain lotions

Wash a green plantain and peel it, then set the peel in a jar and cover with water. Let sit overnight, then drink this water three times per day. Lowers your blood glucose level. Keep drinking as necessary and alter the peel every second day and refill the jar with water.


Mullaca is used in herbal medicine systems now in both Peru and Brazil. In Peruvian herbal medicine the plant is known as mullaca or bolsa mullaca. To deal with diabetes, the origins of three mullaca plants are sliced and macerated in 1/4 liter of rum for seven days. Honey is added, and 1/2 glass of the medication is taken twice per day for 60 days. Moreover, an infusion of the leaves is recommended as a excellent diuretic, and an extract of the roots is used in the treatment of hepatitis. For asthma and malaria, the dose is 1 cup of tea made from the aerial parts of the plant. In Brazilian herbal medicine the plant is used for chronic rheumatism, for skin ailments and psoriasis, as a stimulant and diuretic, for nausea and fever, and for several sorts of kidney, liver, and gallbladder issues.

Cat’s Claw

Used by native tribes in Peru and South America to treat diabetes. Available at health food stores.

Oleander Soup

A carefully prepared aqueous infusion of the oleander plant. Diabetics who have used this treatment report being able to reduce or eliminate drugs altogether, often being able to control their diabetes with diet alone. Note: Oleander is extremely poisonous in raw form, but secure when boiled and strained according to the instructions in the book.

Other Good Foods and Supplements

Almonds, apples, oranges, and substances high in omega 3 oils (olive oil, flaxseed oil, fish oil, borage oil).

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