How to Treat and Bring Down High Blood Sugar Levels

How to Treat and Bring Down High Blood Sugar Levels


Are your blood sugar levels high? Are your eating habits healthy? What about your weight? Is it average or above average? Did you know that if you’re overweight,
and you have unhealthy eating habits, you could be one of the victims of diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that affects almost
400 million people in all the world, slightly more than 5% of the population. Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of
the disease, and is linked to weight gain and bad eating habits. Fortunately, diabetes is not a silent threat. Learn more about the symptoms of diabetes
to know if you are in this situation: Extreme thirst This is one of the symptoms of diabetes. Since our kidneys have to work more in order
to eliminate the excess sugar through our urine, dehydration is more frequent. Extreme hunger In the case of type 2 diabetes, our cells
don’t have any glucose to produce energy, and that makes your body think that you’re
starving. So the only way for your body to get more
energy is by eating, hence the hunger. Fatigue The permanent feeling of fatigue is another
symptom of type 2 diabetes. Wounds may take longer to heal Due to the high levels of sugar in your body,
wounds take longer to heal. This is one of the symptoms of type 2 diabetes
and only happens when your diabetes levels are extremely high. Blurry vision Another symptom of diabetes is blurry vision. Your crystalline swells up due to the excessive
amount of sugar in your blood. That alters its shape and flexibility, lessening
the focus and blurring your vision. Low Immunity This disease weakens your immune system and
lessens your body’s ability to fight infections. So sensitive and cavity riddled teeth are
another of the symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that springs from a
sedentary lifestyle, paired with poor eating habits and lack of frequent exercise. Depressed people who spend large amounts of
time sleeping are also more likely to suffer from this disease. The best protection against diabetes are healthy
eating habits. Choose to eat less sugar and carbohydrates. Here are some recipes that can help improve
your condition: Onion and Lemon Broth
Squeeze the juice of a grated onion through a thin cloth. Mix that juice with the juice of one lemon. Drink this twice a day. Test your blood sugar and cholesterol levels
regularly to see how you’re doing. Raw Garlic and in Pills
Garlic has many and varied benefits, and is used to treat, fight, and prevent several
diseases. Recent studies have shown that garlic can
increase insulin production, a hormone that turns glucose into energy and controls type
2 diabetes. Furthermore, consuming large quantities of
raw garlic reduces blood sugar levels. How to use Garlic
In order to benefit from garlic, you need to eat raw garlic regularly. Remember that garlic, after it has been warmed
up, loses most of its beneficial properties. If the taste keeps you from being able to
eat it, you can take garlic pills or garlic oil. You should consume from 500 milligrams to
1000 milligrams of garlic a day, which adds up to 1 or 2 fresh, raw garlic cloves. Another alternative would be drinking “garlic
water”. Pour 200 milliliters of water in a cup and
add one minced clove of garlic. Let it sit so that the garlic’s properties
can be absorbed into the water, and drink it throughout the day. At the end of the day, throw the garlic away. Remember that if you eat too much garlic you
may suffer from some digestive problems. These recipes are not recommended for people
who are allergic to garlic, pregnant, or breastfeeding women, or children under the age of 4.

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