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Natural cure for Diabetes

How to cure diabetes naturally at home

The most important therapy for Type 2 Diabetes is a healthful diet to help regulate your levels of sugar and reduce your risk of complications, such as cardiovascular disease.  

A diet that’s high in fiber with vegetable, nuts, seeds, and whole grains, is optimal.  Ground flaxseeds should be consumed daily.  Consume 1 tablespoon with each meal or ¼ cup daily. Drink 10 oz. of water per tablespoon of flaxseed.  Protein drinks that have low sugar levels can be consumed as well.  
 
Diabetics can benefit from increasing the relative amount of protein in the diet.  Do not go longer than three hours without eating.  Chromium deficiency has been linked to diabetes, so eat lots of Brewers yeast, cheese, garlic, onions, soy products, wheat germ, and whole grains.  Focus on foods with a low glycemic load value. 
 

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Apples 
Barley 
Beans 
Beets 
Berries  
Brewers yeast 
Brown Rice 
Cereal 
Cheese 
Chicken 
Cinnamon  

Curry Powder

Quinoa 
Seeds 

Fish 
Garlic 
Grapes 
Kamut  
Kiwifruit 
Legumes 
Nuts 
Oats  
Oat Bran 

Onions 
Peas 
Plums

Whole Wheat Bread

Soy products 
Spelt  
Sweet Potatoes  
Turkey 
Wheatberries 
Wheat germ 
Whole grains 
Whole Grain Bread 
Whole Grain Cereals  
Whole Grain Pastas 

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Diabetics should avoid white, refined bread, as it spikes your blood sugar.  Stay away from simple sugars such as, candies, cookies, sodas, and other sweets.  Avoid cow’s milk and eliminate alcohol and caffeine from your diet. Cut back on your consumption of saturated fat, found in red meat and dairy precuts, as these have been shown to increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease.  
 
Exercise to avoid Type 2 or Noninsulin-dependent diabetes. 
 
Over 16 million people in the U.S. are afflicted with some form of diabetes, but only half of them know about it.  The onset of diabetes can be so gradual that sometimes, a person could be suffering permanent damage from the disease for years before realizing that they have it. 
 
Symptoms of diabetes include an increase in thirst and the need to urinate more.  You may lose weight despite feeling hungry more often.  You might also notice tingling or complete loss of feeling in your hands or feet or blurred vision.  If you have any of these symptoms, see your doctor.   
 
Here's a simple test that helps determine diabetes risk. 

Answer True or False to the following questions. The more you answer True, the more likely you are to be a candidate for diabetes. 
 
 I am over 40. 
 I get little or no exercise during a normal day. 
 I am 20% or more overweight. 
 I have a parent with diabetes. 
 I have a sister or brother with diabetes. 
 I am a woman who has had a baby weighing more than 9 pounds at birth.