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How diabetes disease can be cured at home?

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Diabetes is a very dangerous disease and it needs to be cured very properly. But now a days, so many equipments with as well as drugs are available in the market for Type1 & Type2 diabetes. But many people can't avail any of the such medications. So is there any home remedies for diabetes cure, so that these people can also apply the remedies easily at their home?
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replied September 4th, 2015
Not a cure but if a fasting blood sugar isn't too high, meaning not above say 155 or so the following will bring down a blood sugar: (and if someone is on insulin,never mind)...

Weight loss is a must
Chromium nicotinate 800 mg 2x/day
Alpha lipoic acid 300 mg-can take up to 2 2x/day
Quercetin 500 mg-Can take up to 2 2x/day
Acetly-l-carnitine 2000 mg/day brings it down a little more and is very healthy to take.

All of these things should be added one by one,and blood sugar/fasting monitored. If it doesn't come down to 90 then medications are required. It is dangerous to have diabetes go untreated as it leads to heart disease and more.

Always use pharmaceutical grade supplements too....


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replied September 6th, 2015
Bitter gourd can be helpful for controlling diabetes due to its blood glucose lowering effects.Powdered cinnamon has the ability to lower blood sugar levels by stimulating insulin activity.Fenugreek can also be used to control diabetes, improve glucose tolerance. ndian gooseberry juice promotes proper functioning of your pancreas.
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