Coming soon how natural products can be used to manage diabetes and free from medications
Doctors will tell you that, once you are a diabetic, you always be a diabetic. That’s what my GP (Doctors) said. So you should be prepared to take medicines for life long time. The problem with diabetes is - it doesn’t come alone. It starts affecting each part gradually at cellular level, click here Cellular rust, causing other diseases like;
Making simple Life Style Changes will not only cure diabetes but other chronic diseases. If you make simple changes at a time, your Life Style will change and you get back the natural elements. You can be cured of diabetes completely and improve your well-being. If you wish to reverse diabetes you should refine some of your habits like drinking water, eating natural food, cooking food, breathing exercise, walking half hour and taking rest.
What type of Water does your Body needs?
Water is everywhere and not many of us drink in its purest state
We have many different options for our drinking water, but they are not all healthy!
So how much water do we need to drink per day? The answer; is about 1.5 to 2 liters, pure water. click here for further details what the NHS say......
Every cell in your body needs water from head to toe. Drinking water detoxifies the blood helps transports nutrients and oxygen into cells. Moisturizes the air in lungs. Helps with metabolism key for good health. Protects our vital organ to absorb nutrients better. Regulates body temperature
All the cells in your body require oxygen. Without it, they couldn't move, build, reproduce, and turn food into energy. In fact, without oxygen, they and you would die! How do you get oxygen? From breathing in air which your blood circulates to all parts of the body. In city dwelling, what we breathe is already toxin click here
Sit comfortably upright. Close the right nostril with the right thumb and inhale very, very slowly through the left nostril. Then with the little and ring fingers of the right hands close the left nostril. Retain breath as long as you can. Then exhale very slowly after removing the thumb. This stage constitutes one process.
Again, inhale through the right nostril, retain the breath and exhale through the left nostril. This ends the process. One can do 20 in the morning and 20 in the evening.
This breathing exercise cleanses the body of diseases.
It steadies the mind and helps in concentration.
It improves digestion.
It increases appetite.
Carbohydrate foods like potato, rice, chips and white bread. For more details click here, have the greatest direct effect on blood glucose levels. Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose by digestive enzymes. The glucose is then absorbed from the intestine into the bloodstream, usually it take about 1 to 2 hours after eating. This causes the blood glucose level to rise after a meal. Insulin is needed so that the body’s cells can take this glucose from the bloodstream and either use it for energy or store it for later.
People who do not have diabetes will produce just the right amount of insulin to cope with the rise in blood glucose that occurs after a meal. Insulin on demand allows the person without diabetes to keep blood glucose levels within the normal range which is about 4.4 to 6.1 mM (mmol/L), even after a meal rich in carbohydrates may rise to about 7.2mM.
If you have Type 2 diabetes then your body no longer produces enough insulin on demand to keep blood glucose levels within the normal range. Many people with Type 2 diabetes do not produce enough insulin to cope with the sharp rise in blood glucose after a meal.
Simple steps which you can take now;
Choosing food types that are more slowly digested, like brown rice or sweet potato can reduce the post-meal spike? in blood glucose, which in turn reduces the demand on the beta cells for insulin.
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