Curing Diabetes, Naturally.


Diabetes is now prevalent in almost every society, even as a large number of people are reporting to be diabetics. Sedentary lifestyles, eating junk food, untimely intake of food, stress and other conditions are contributing to the high rate of diabetes incidence world over, even as the complications that arise out of uncontrolled diabetes are driving many to the hospitals.

Diabetes is primarily caused by the metabolic activity on the one hand, and involves the hormone insulin. When your body is disposed to diabetes, the pancreas in the body stops producing insulin or the body cells are unable to convert insulin into energy. Whatever you consume as food is converted into glucose in the body, which is conveyed by the cells through the blood. However, in a diabetic patient, glucose is not conveyed to the cells and remains in the blood, thus causing a high level of blood sugar.

Diabetes is linked with a lazy and inactive lifestyle. When you are obese, you are also likely to get weighed down by the disease. The complications that arise out of diabetes are many: especially heart ailments. As a diabetic, you are expected to keep bad cholesterol (LDL) at a low level by avoiding foods like butter, red meat and cheese which contain saturated fats.

Diabetics should be careful about what they eat. When your choice is for carbohydrate content in food, you will be able to ward off the ill effects of diabetes. Vegetables, fruits and cereals contain lots of carbohydrates. Studies have proven that magnesium can also help you improve glucose levels and if you add a health supplement containing vanadium, you can control insulin sensitivity. Peas, broccoli, brewer’s yeast, sage, etc. can be helpful.

Carefully monitoring the intake of carbohydrates is important. Diabetics should also avoid concentrated sugar products; instead use artificial sweetening agents like saccharine. Pregnant women should avoid saccharine, as it can adversely affect them.  Sucrose is yet another artificial sweetener which can replace sugar in your diet.

A diabetic person should limit carbohydrate consumption to say 45 to 60 grams in each meal, so that he/she does not end up with any connected complications.


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