Diabetes Mellitus Type II is most frequently found in adults and Type I in children. This disease occurs when the sugar concentration (glucose) in the blood is elevated
Exaggerated need to urinate (10 or more times a day).
Person becomes weak, fatigued, irritable and hungry. Craving for sugar.
Change in eyesight and even blindness. Formation of skin ulcers and gangrene in the extremities.
Wounds take long to heal.
Pancreas does not function properly and cannot produce the quality and quantity of insulin required to regulate glucose levels.
Treating your diabetes (whether Type 1 or Type 2) almost requires a holistic approach. This means that what you eat, when you eat, and what you do to manage your blood sugar will need to change.
Fortunately, there are natural remedies that can help. Diabetes can be controlled with an adequate diet, rich in fiber.
Chromium and eat foods (such as brewer’s yeast, clams, corn and oat) rich in chromium. Chromium converts carbohydrates, fats and some proteins into sugar and later into energy
Ginseng.. Ginseng is a root that’s easy to find in supplement form, or you can make a tincture of it. It is said to have both immune-boosting and disease-fighting benefits. Scientists say that the herb slows carbohydrate absorption, improves the body’s use of blood glucose, and increases insulin production in the pancreas.