The recommendation that fresh fruit is bad for diabetics or helps cause diabetes is simply wrong. The proof is in the research evidence.
Tagged: type 2 diabetes
A flurry of human clinical research over the last decade has found that Nigella sativa seeds – black cumin or black seed – improves asthma, arthritis, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, epilepsy and other medical conditions.
Clinical research has confirmed that probiotics and prebiotics can significantly reduce blood glucose levels, reducing the risk of type-2 diabetes and metabolic disease.
Research is now confirming natural remedies for diabetes, high blood pressure and high levels of “bad” cholesterol – in the form of sesame oil and rice bran oil. Learn the facts about these safe natural alternatives.
The medicinal Ulam raja herb is known for its abilities to treat metabolic diseases. Now we find the clinical evidence that this leafy green treats diabetes and at least seven other conditions.
Most of us knew that breakfast was good for us. But new research finds a breakfast – especially breakfast with fiber – can also reduce the risk of diabetes among children.
New research confirms that a Mediterranean diet can successfully prevent as well as treat type 2 diabetes, as well as reduce the need for diabetes medication.
Korean Red Ginseng has been renowned for centuries for increasing lifespan and boosting energy levels. Scientific research is now confirming some of the mechanisms for these traits.
Recent research has confirmed that vitamin C is more than just an antioxidant: It also elevates moods, reduces stress and distress, and reduces anxiety.
An accumulation of research is indicating that type 2 diabetes is linked to our gut bacteria and dysbiosis is associated with metabolic disease.
Pharmacy researchers have confirmed that Stevia isn’t just a healthy sweetener replacement – its constituents have the ability to treat diabetes. But what about the commercial Stevia extracts?
Researchers from the University of Auckland have determined that olive leaf extract has the ability to decrease insulin sensitivity and increase the production of insulin by the pancreas.
Recent research from the University of Toronto has confirmed that even short-term use of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure – especially among those who are prediabetic or type-2 diabetic.
Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes has confounded conventional medicine as conventional therapies often fail to control blood sugar levels and regulate insulin production. Could Ayurveda hold the key to treatment for these difficult cases?