diabetes diet

Turmeric for Diabetes – The Natural Treatment Masquerading as an Everyday Spice

Within your kitchen you have access to a common spice powerful enough to prevent diabetes. In fact, a recent study showed this same spice can be up to 100,000 times  more potent than metformin, the leading treatment. If you don’t happen to have this common spice in your house, it's easy to find. And if you don’t know how to use it, you’ll want to keep reading for some tasty, yet simple … [Read more...]

Four Health Benefits of Cinnamon

Do you know about the four powerful health benefits of cinnamon for diabetes? Read on! Cinnamon is so delicious and comforting that it might seem strange to consider it a medicine. But within cinnamon is a world of volatile oils and phenols, which act on different sites in your body to improve health. And one thing that science agrees on is that cinnamon promotes healthy blood sugar control. In … [Read more...]

The Dessert-Like Treat That Works Better Than Diabetes Drugs to Control Blood Sugar

More than 29 million Americans are currently diagnosed with diabetes. An additional eight million are undiagnosed. And an estimated 86 million display symptoms of “pre-diabetes." It's no wonder that an estimated $176 billion is spent each year on diabetes medications and care alone. Billions more are spent on medical devices and so-called “diabetic-safe” industrial foods, many of which actually … [Read more...]

How an Unhealthy Microbiome Promotes Diabetes

The World Health Organization predicts that diabetes will be among the top 10 causes of death globally by 2030. According to the CDC, if this trend continues, one in three Americans will have diabetes by 2050. And While blood sugar imbalances due to a high-sugar diet are certainly to blame, research shows a deeper cause in this epidemic – one that goes far beyond blood sugar… Our … [Read more...]

A Little Weight Loss Benefits Diabetes (and The Easy Way to Shed Fat)

You may think that you need to spend hours at the gym doing exercises you loathe to reduce your risk for diabetes. But the truth is that even a little weight loss benefits diabetes. In fact, studies have shown that losing only 5-7% of your body weight (typically between seven to 10 pounds) can dramatically cut your risk for diabetes. So how does being overweight increase diabetes … [Read more...]

Endocrine Disruptors in Food Promote Diabetes (7 Ways to Protect Yourself)

Avoiding chemicals in personal care and household products and eating organic foods can protect you against hidden chemicals that promote diabetes. In fact, dozens of endocrine disruptors in food - from farm raised fish to fresh fruit -  have been found to increase the risk for diabetes by up to 3800%! Diabetes is a disease of the endocrine system, the system that regulates hormones that … [Read more...]

3 Healthy Fats for Diabetes (and Why You Should Eat MORE!)

Should you be eating MORE healthy fats for diabetes and healthy blood sugar balance? If you've been eating a "Standard American Diet" or following a low-fat regime, then the answer is YES. In fact, a higher fat, lower carbohydrate diet has been proven - time and time again - to produce healthier outcomes for diabetics. But before we look further at fats, lets take a look at... Why a Low … [Read more...]

REVERSE Diabetes with a Diabetes Diet

A diabetes diet is a natural, drug-free and delicious approach that you can use to manage and even REVERSE diabetes and prevent complications. A healthy diabetes diet will provide you with the right ratios of protein, healthy fat and low glycemic carbs for blood sugar balance. But unfortunately, most people with diabetes don’t set health goals or adhere to their nutrition care plan. In fact, … [Read more...]

7 Superfoods That Reduce Blood Sugar

Did you know that you can reduce the glycemic impact a food has on your body by eating “complementary” foods? It’s true! In fact, some foods can reduce blood sugar by as much as 50%! Reduce Blood Sugar Spikes with Seven Superfoods Here are a few tips to reduce the glycemic index of higher carb foods. Remember, eat higher glycemic foods infrequently, and when you do, watch your portion … [Read more...]

Type 3 Diabetes and Alzheimer’s: The Sugar Link

A recent article about Alzheimer's in a major health publication stated that "Age is the biggest risk factor for the disease." The author was referring to the fact that the prevalence of Alzheimer's doubles every five years in people over 65. The same is true for most chronic diseases (including macular degeneration, cancer, heart disease and others). Their prevalence increases as we grow … [Read more...]

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