5 Natural Remedies For Diabetes

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Diabetes occurs when the blood contains high sugar levels – it could either be type 1 or 2. Insulin is responsible for transporting sugar from the blood to cells, and when this occurs blood sugar levels remain normal.

If the immune system destroys the insulin producing cells in the pancreas, then sugar in the blood is not transported to cells. Type 1 diabetes is diagnosed since sugar is left to accumulate in the blood.

Type 2 diabetes occurs as a result of insulin resistance, cells are not sensitive to insulin, inhibiting the transfer of sugar. This also raises the blood sugar levels which becomes a health risk.

The good news is that you can naturally treat diabetes easily no matter the type. This article will discuss easy ways to naturally reduce the sugar levels in the blood, thereby combating the root cause of this ailment.

1. Increase Chromium Intake

Chromium is very important in resolving the problem of insulin resistance. It glues the body of cells to the receptor of insulin, enabling the transportation of sugar from the blood to cells via insulin.  

Chromium plays a key role in the process involving the breakdown of ingested fat and carbs. So, the lack of it will hamper the proper metabolism of carbs leading to more sugar available in the blood.

When this nutrient is taken adequately, blood sugar level is normalized since cells can now have access to the much needed glucose for energy. Most times those with chromium deficiency are more susceptible to type 2 diabetes.

2. Take More Magnesium

It is very easy to be deficient in magnesium because this nutrient easily flows out through urine. The fact is that all those with magnesium deficiency are also suffering from high blood sugar levels.

With an adequate supply of magnesium, all insulin resistance is resolved and the blood glucose number is normal. This micro-nutrient is vital in regulating the amount of blood sugar in the body.

3. Exercise More Often

The more one exercises, the more demand muscles place on the body to utilize sugar for energy. When more sugar is expended for energy due to exercise, blood sugar levels becomes normal.

With increased activity levels like, brisk walking, running, and lifting weights, the cells are no longer insulin resistant. Rather, they are very more alert to insulin, hence able to receive sugar from the blood. This is a very easy way to regulate blood glucose level naturally.

4. Eat Less Carbs (Keto Diet)

The problem with diabetes has to do with the inability of insulin to transport sugar to cells, accumulating more sugar in the blood. Carbohydrate is broken down to sugar after ingestion, so, the more carbs one eats, the more sugar increases in the blood. This is true for all those with diabetes, due to insulin resistance or unavailability.

A natural solution here will be to reduce the amount of carbs in diet – going on a keto diet. More protein will be consumed with less carbs, greatly reducing and regulating the blood sugar levels.

5. Take Cinnamon Extract

Cinnamon is a very essential herb that cures a lot of ailments. It possesses the ability to transport sugar from the blood to cells just like insulin, not as fast though. What this means is that cinnamon can perform the task of insulin in a case where insulin is resisted or insufficient.

It can also fix the problem of insulin resistance by making cells sensitive to receive sugar. This all powerful herb helps to regulate blood sugar levels and aids the body expend accumulated sugar.

Final Advice

All the nutrients mentioned above are very essential as a treatment for diabetes, but be sure to take regulated quantity. Too much intake of these nutrients might have damaging effect on the liver. Combining chromium, magnesium, cinnamon extract and exercise will produce a faster natural treatment for diabetes.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Glory C. Livingstone

I love to research and write about all I learn. As a kid, my Dad's Encyclopedia, Guinness Book of Records and World Map were my best companion. I would hide behind the couch, research about the world, things, people and places, then share my latest info with siblings and friends. For more than a decade now I've worked as a freelance non-fiction writer providing web content for numerous websites - that's what I do for fun. Then I've got my day job as a computer programmer - writing codes to make systems work perfectly. If I'm not researching, writing non-fiction or computer codes, I'll be praying, preaching, gardening or chilling out with my family.

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