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17 October 2007

Blood Sugar Concerns

Wellness solutions for those who may experience this symptom,
based on research and personal experiences...

This article contains information on this common ailment and
suggestions, for those who may experience symptoms, based on
research and personal experiences. This information is for
educational purposes only and does not constitute claims made
for any product or a diagnosis for any ailment.
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The amount of glucose, or sugar, in the blood is called your
blood sugar level. Since your cells use glucose for energy, it
is important that these levels stay within normal limits for
cells to function properly. Normally, blood sugar levels stay
within normal limits throughout the day, being highest after
meals and lowest in the morning. However, under certain
conditions, the body is no longer able to control the level of
glucose in the blood, which over time, can lead to cell damage.

Cause...
Type I diabetes occurs when the pancreas stops producing
insulin. The cause is unknown but some believe it is due to a
virus. People with type I must take insulin for life. Type 2
diabetes develops when the pancreas produces enough insulin,
but the cells resist it. This is called insulin resistance.
Obesity increases the risk of type 2.

What May Help: Watkins Superfood Multiple(Super Multi)
Why...
Contains B-complex vitamins which help to convert glucose to
energy and help to prevent nerve damage and chromium, which
helps to balance blood glucose and cholesterol in diabetics.

What May Help: Watkins Reduce Plus(WMS #2) (check with
physician and monitor blood sugar regularly)
Why...
Contains banaba, chromium and gymnema sylvestre which help to
balance blood sugar levels.

What May Help: Watkins Cinnamon
Why...
1/4 tsp per day helps to lower blood sugar levels in type 2
diabetics by helping to make insulin more effective in the body.
Consume cinnamon at each meal for best results.

*-Ground Breaking News!-*

Cinnamon shown to lower blood sugar, fats and cholesterol!
Recent studies reported in the journal, Diabetes Care, have
shown that just 1/4 tsp of cinnamon every day may help to lower
blood sugar, fats and cholesterol by up to 30 percent in those
with type 2 diabetes. Researchers suggest it may also stave off
the onset of type 2 diabetes in those at risk. Study author Dr.
Richard A. Anderson of the Beltsville Human Nutrition Research
Center in Maryland noted that diabetics could add a dash of
cinnamon to their morning servings of coffee, orange juice or
cereal.

Anderson and his team found that all cinnamon takers
experienced a drop in blood levels of glucose, fats and
cholesterol by up to 30 percent. No change was seen in the
people taking placebo. As an added bonus, cinnamon contains
virtually no calories, Anderson said, allowing diabetics to add
zest to their meals without adding to their waistlines.
Previous research has shown that cinnamon appears to help fat
cells recognize and respond to insulin. In recent studies, the
spice increased glucose metabolism by about 20 times.

Helpful Hint...
Try Watkins Purest Ground Cinnamon every day on cereal, oatmeal,
toast, apples and savory dishes. Place in coffee grounds before
brewing for rich flavor and aroma.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Emily said...

Thanks for a great post. I really enjoyed reading it as always. Keep up the good work.

5:38 AM  

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