10 Home Remedies Tips For Diabetes – PentaGlax Home Remedies

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Diabetes is a common health condition that causes high blood sugar.

A hormone known as insulin is responsible for moving sugar from your blood into cells for storage or to be used for energy.

Therefore, this condition is as a result of inability of your body to produce enough insulin or failure to use the amount produced effectively.

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When left untreated, high blood sugar can damage other body organs such as kidney and eyes.

The best part is that you can take some measure at home that will help you control your blood sugar.

Diabetes Home Remedies

  1. Reduce added sugars
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The intake of high amounts of sugar causes your body to stop responding to insulin properly forcing your pancrease to overwork.

This puts your pancrease in a risk of a breakdown which leads to increased blood sugar levels.

2. Add fiber in your diet

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Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that the body can’t digest or break into sugar molecules.

Fiber is a good choice for diabetic people since it regulates the intake of sugar in your body.

3. Unsaturated fats

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Fats play a major role in the human body. They help in the absorption of vitamins and minerals which leads to increased immunity.

Unsaturated fats are the best for diabetic patients since they provide the body with good cholesterol. Examples of unsaturated fats include daily cooking oil, seeds, oily fish and so on.

Saturated fats such as red and processed meat, biscuits and cakes provide bad cholesterol in your body.

4. Stay hydrated

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Water is a key element in the human body since it nourishes the cells, organs, tissues, regulates body temparature and helps in the daily functioning of the body. You can substitute water with non-sugar fluids, fruit juice or foods that contain natural water such as cucumber.

5. Reduce weight

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Reserch has found that the more heavyweight you are the more your body’s muscles and tissue cells fail to respond to insulin hormone thus putting you at a risk of type 2 diabetes.

6. Stress

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Studies have shown that high levels of stress hormones may inhibit the production of insulin in the pancrease.

7. Regulate your blood pressure and cholesterol levels

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Regulating blood pressure and cholesterol levels is advisable to diabetes patients since they are at a high risk of heart disease.

8. Track your blood sugar levels daily

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By tracking your blood sugar levels daily will help you determine your progress and even how your diet plan and activity affects your blood sugar levels.

9. Reduce alcohol consumption

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Alcohol moderation leads to reduced weight which is a key element in fighting type 2 diabetes.

10. Eat more fruits and vegetables

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Fruits are good for your overal health since they contain natural sugars. You have to avoid fruit juices since they contain added sugars which may trigger type 2 diabetes.

Both fruits and vegetables contain vitamins, minerals and fiber which are all known to help regulate blood sugar.


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