Prevent and Treat Diabetes with Spices, Fruit, and Vegetables

Make sure to test your blood sugar regularly and to be careful when consuming any of these teas, or food items that will lower your blood sugar.  See the bottom for the full disclaimer.

Cassia Cinnamon (Saigon Cinnamon) [Lowers Blood Sugar]

Ceylon Cinnamon (True Cinnamon) [Lowers Blood Sugar]

Bay Leaf [Lowers Blood Sugar]

Loquat Leaf Tea 

Burdock Root [Lowers Blood Sugar]

Wheat Grass

Avocado

Coriander

Dandelion Root Tea [improves cellular function]

Fresh Ground Black Pepper

Clove

Guava

Onion

Garlic

Black Berry

Chamomile

Fenugreek

Turmeric (combine with fresh ground black pepper and combine with a fat, fat soluble)

Ginger

Aloe vera

Holy Basil

Saffron (combine with resistance based exercise)

Cayenne pepper

Tarragon

Jack Fruit

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3755736/

 

 

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