Health officials have warned that type 2 diabetes is a growing problem that is only going to get worse if we don’t curb our overeating and amend our diets, but now new research has found that that a daily dose of yogurt could help to fight off this serious health problem.
After consuming HKIII about 7 days, the blood sugar level of this client had dropped from 18.8mmol/L to 4.1mmol/L!!!
The leaves of the blueberry contain a glycoside extract called the plant insulin, because it is a very successful natural remedy for the treatment of diabetes, but first of all, you need to consult your physician and change your diet.
Tea for the treatment of diabetes:
Blueberry is a much appreciated remedy in the traditional medicine as an addition to the antibiotics therapy, for chronic and acute internal diseases, especially for paratyphoid and children typhoid, because the tea from the fruit of blueberry and its leaves can within 24 hours kill the typhoid germs, which are responsible for paratyphus. Which means it can heal some inflammation of the large and small intestine, because blueberries attaches bacteria and their toxins which soothes, strengthens and purifies the liver, destroys infectious microbes, cures conditions of food poisoning and disturbed digestion.
The formation of uric acid can be effectively prevented with blueberry tea, which is especially important for people suffering from gout.
Freshly squeezed cranberry juice is one of the best natural remedies for ulcers, inflammation of the gums, rinsing the throat inflammation, for leukoplakia on the tongue caused by heavy smoking. If you want to remove the unpleasant odors, keep the juice in your mouth for a few minutes. Fresh juice lowers cholesterol and removes intestinal parasites, particularly worms.
Tea from the fruit of blueberry and its leaves soothes cough and encourages reduction of mucus or coughing from the lungs.
FRIDAY, Nov. 28, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- People with diabetes face a number of challenges over the holidays, but careful planning can help keep you healthy, an expert says.