Do you have diabetes or know someone who does?
Did you know that, besides having to change to a healthier lifestyle and diet, diabetic people or those with prediabetes, must also exercise to get better results at their treatment?
In today's video, you will learn about two natural ingredients that can regulate blood sugar.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of diabetic patients is growing. Today, almost 250 million people in the world have diabetes. Isn't this number alarming?
An ingredient that can reduce blood sugar is bitter gourd. This fruit has properties that help regulate the blood sugar levels, prevent constipation, improve skin issues, wounds, lesions, eczema, and even insect bites.
However, bitter gourd isn't recommended for pregnant or nursing women, people with chronic diarrhea, or hypoglycemia.
Besides, the excessive consumption of bitter gourd is associated with stomach discomfort, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea. To avoid complications and side-effects, follow the daily dose recommended by a doctor.
Another ingredient that can be allied to bitter gourd is chromium. The deficiency of this mineral is associated with symptoms related to diabetes.
If you have diabetes, try it and don't forget the most important things: keep a balanced diet, practice regular physical activities and take your medicines.
A healthy lifestyle doesn't equal cure, but it surely will give you a better quality of life with reduced symptoms.
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