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The Diabetes Sugar Destroyer – Gymnema Sylvestre

I hope that you had a great October. Are you ever amazed at how time passes so fast?  Have you ever said to yourself “ah I will start my program tomorrow” or “I will get started next week” or “when the first of the month arrives I will start fresh”

If you have ever said some of these things to yourself I encourage you to be strong and make a commitment to yourself and take control of your health.

Today I want to share with you about another natural ingredient known as The Diabetes Sugar Destroyer. This ingredient improves the effectiveness of insulin, but it also does something really amazing – ***It may actually rejuvenate a non-working pancreas!***

              

I am talking about Gymnema Sylvestre.

Gymnema sylvestre is originally an Indian vine widely used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is also found in Northern Africa. It is grown commercially in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.

Also called “the sugar destroyer,” gymnema can temporarily block the ability to taste sugar when applied to the tongue!

Used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine, this herb (taken internally) controls blood sugar levels, reduces blood glucose, and increases insulin production.

In one study of 22 patients with Type 2 diabetes, all had improved blood sugar control, and all but one were able to cut their drug intake after supplementing with Gymnema Extract.

If that is not enough, here are a few more benefits of Gymnema;

– Reduces or removes the sense taste of sweetness for several hours
– Reduces the absorption of glucose into the blood stream
– Increases insulin production by the pancreas – by repairing tissue
– Reduces blood levels of triglycerides and cholesterol

Gymnema is a remarkable herb which can be a huge benefit both to those who truly want to cut down their consumption of sweet foods and lower their blood sugar.

Gymnema Sylvestre should be an essential part of your diet, remember these results have been proven over time and have helped my family, friends and many others reverse their diabetes.

Take action today, and don’t become just another statistic.

From my family to yours… take care.

Try Gymnema green Tea for diabetics- no caffeine

Biotin and Diabetes

Today I would like to talk to you about a nutrient that is significant when it comes to blood sugar control. It is essential for diabetics to avoid to many foods that disrupt blood sugar levels and keep the body even keel so to speak.

However, in addition to eating a low Glycemic Index diet, it is also important to supplement with certain nutrients that help the body keep blood sugar levels in check. The supplement known to participate in the body processes that control blood sugar levels is Biotin (one of the B-group vitamins)

              

 

In several studies, Biotin supplementation has been shown to enhance the performance of insulin, the hormone that plays a critical role in helping your body incorporate blood sugar. The supplements can also increase the activity of an enzyme, glucokinase, which the liver uses early in the process of utilizing blood sugar.

 Here are a few more benefits of Biotin;

 * It plays a crucial role in energy metabolism. Biotin acts as a coenzyme and carries carbon dioxide. It also plays a role in fat synthesis, amino acid metabolism and glycogen synthesis.

 * Benefits people with diabetes by helping to break down carbohydrates and lower blood sugar levels.

 * Weight loss may be another Biotin benefit, as the vitamin is essential in the conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins to energy.

 * Helps the body use protein, folic acid, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B12.

 * Biotin is also involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and fats. Biotin is also essential in the formation of fatty acids and glucose.  

 If you are not including this nutrient in your diet you should be, you can get the daily dosage you need in in a number of supplements.

Solaray – Chromium Biotin, 60 veggie caps

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