Controlling Diabetes the Natural Way

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Mendon Cottage Books, Jan 7, 2015 - Health & Fitness - 44 pages

 Controlling Diabetes the Natural Way 


Table of Contents 
Introduction 
Type I Diabetes 
Type II Diabetes 
What Do You Eat? 
Fenugreek Cure 
Ayurvedic “Constitution” Of Fenugreek Seeds 
How Much Fenugreek Do You Need? 
Wheat Bran Cure 
Roasted Flour Cure 
Side Effects of Chemical-based Drugs 
The White Chickpeas Cure 
Do’s and Don’ts 
Turnips for Controlling Diabetes 
Guava Leaf remedy 
Proven Jamun Leaf Remedy 
Healthy Sprouts Mix 
What about Honey? 
Conclusion 
Author Bio 
Publisher 

Introduction 

For all those people who want to know more about diabetes, this book is going to give you plenty of information about how people have been surviving with natural remedies down the ages to help cure diabetes. Also, state-of-the-art methods of controlling diabetes appeared only in the 20th and 21st century. Nobody knew about insulin until the early 20th century. 

Most of these modern methods of trying to cure diabetes are still being followed by people all over the world, because they are too scared to look at natural remedies. Nevertheless, for centuries, natural remedies have been used to control and even cure this ages old disease. 

If you are suffering from hyperglycemia – increase of glucose in your blood – or you are suffering from glucosuria/glycosuria-presence of glucose in urine – it means you are suffering from diabetes. 

Diabetes can be genetically inherited, or can even be caused due to infection or high blood pressure, obesity, age, heart problems and even mental tension. 

If you are genetically inclined to diabetes, alas, there is no cure for this dread disease, in scientifically manufactured allopathic medicines. They have just one remedy for it, insulin injections. 

But you can try for cures in our natural remedies which have proven beneficial down the centuries. Also, people doing plenty of physical exercise have been known not to suffer from diabetes. That is why in olden days it was said to rise up early in the morning with the sun, go out in the fresh air and bask in the rays of the sun. This, along with physical exercise throughout the day would keep you healthy and happy. 

The logic behind this mantra is common sense. Forget about basking in the sun, and all that jazz. Concentrate on the term “physical exercise”. In ancient times, the populace worked hard to gather food. That is why any carbohydrates and starchy foods they ate were assimilated by the body really quickly. The people suffering from diabetes in these days were those who just lazed about in a very sedentary lifestyle, with absolutely no physical exercise. 
And soon they began to feel very thirsty, wanted to drink lots of water, and needed to empty their urinary bladder, very often. They felt very hungry, and even though they ate and ate, they lost weight fast. That was because all the sugar content in their body kept being eliminated whenever they emptied their bladders. They also began to get more and more lethargic. Well, they were now victims of diabetes.
 

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Contents

Introduction
4
Roasted Flour Cure
18
Conclusion
31
Copyright

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About the author (2015)

 John Davidson

Born and raised in Wyoming and Canada on Ranches. Studied at Utah State University and taught drafting at Bridgerland Applied Technology College for 20 years. Own and run several businesses, an architectural design business, a web design business and a Sawmill business. Married to Karla for over 30 years and have 4 great kids, living in Mendon, Utah.

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