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Ginkgo Biloba
Ginkgo Biloba is highly prized for its medicinal properties in Chinese Traditional Medicine. . This herb has been shown to have great supportive capabilities with regards to healthy blood glucose levels. In addition, studies have proven Ginkgo biloba as a natural antioxidant with regards to cardiac health.


Gymnema Sylvestre
Know as the "Sugar Killer", Gymnema Sylvestre is a herb of Southeast Asian origin and is a well-known and highly respected Ayurvedic remedy. It is said to remove the taste for sweet foods. More recently, Gymnema Sylvestre has been shown to help in the maintenance of healthy blood glucose.


Bilberry
Bilberry (Vaccinium Myrtillus) is known for it's ability to stabilise blood sugar and improve vascualr tone. Several active constituents have been isolated from the berries and leaves of the bilberry plant. Bilberry has excellent anti-oxidant properties due to high levels of anthocyanosides. Regular use of Bilberry helps to promote healthy vision and support the tiny blood capillaries which carry oxygen to the eyes, useful in the prevention and treatment of diabetic retinopathy.


Goats Rue
Galega Officinalis (Goat’s Rue) was traditionally used in medieval Europe to help support pancreatic health and encourage healthy insulin levels. Recent studies have also suggested that  this potent herb has been shown to help in maintaining balanced glucose in the bloodstream.


Garlic and Onions
Some of the very best foods for prolonging the action of your compromised insulin stores are onions and garlic.

Use these tasty foods liberally in your diet. Experiment. Did you ever try baking a whole onion along with your yams or potatoes? Delicious! Garlic is tasty baked, too. Learn to make a gourmet onion soup. Buy a garlic press.
What Is Diabetes?
Diabetes is the term given to the condition where the body is unable to maintain a stable blood glucose level.

Glucose (a sugar) is the main fuel of the body, and using the bloodstream it delivers the energy a body needs to function.

Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas which enables the body's cells to absorb the glucose. In this way the blood sugar levels are maintained within a normal healthy range.

Insulin also promotes the absorption of glucose into the liver, where it is stored as glycogen for use in response to stress or exercise.
Diabetes
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Causes of Diabetes
Blood sugar levels can vary for a number of reasons. The primary reason for excess glucose in the blood is a diet high in sugar and refined carbohydrates. In this way, the ability of the pancreas to produce insulin can be exceeded.

There are other reasons for high levels of blood sugar. Anything that impacts the activity of the pnacreas, such as infection or cancer, is likely to affect it's ability to produce insulin. With insufficient insulin the levels of glucose in the blood will rise.

Symptoms of Diabetes
The symptoms of diabetes are intially subtle. Increased frequency of urination, together with a resultant higher level of thirst is often the first symptom. Ultimately diabetes starts to affect the peripheral circulation, resulting in poor wound healing and skin ulcers on the toes and fingers. Eventually diabetes causes retinopathy and possibly blindness  through the damage to the capillaries in the retina.

Treatment for Diabetes
Change of diet is the most important aspect of treating diabetes. Avoid foods with high levels of  refined carbohydrates such as sugar, honey, jam and anything with white flour. Don't let yourself go hungry or you'll be tempted to grab the nearest available snack. The diabteic diet should nclude plenty of  high complex carbohydrates and raw foods, be low in fat and high in fiber and remember to go easy on the fruit (sugar).

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