DIABETES affects thousands of people in the UK - and while many people administer insulin to keep it under control, experts have said natural remedies can also ease the potentially dangerous condition. We'll help you find the healthiest bread available at your grocery store when you download the ShopWell app. Take control of your health with free expert recommendations from ShopWell's Registered Dieticians.
EmailPrintBoosting insulin sensitivity is a vital step to reduce insulin resistance, risk of diabetes, and chance of developing metabolic syndrome. After  years of consuming a diet full of processed carbs and sugars, most people have grown quite insensitive to one of the most important hormones in our body—a hormone that can either be a huge asset to your body transformation goals, or a total fat-loss and health-derailing nightmare. Insulin’s function is to help your body keep blood sugar at bay, clear it quickly from your bloodstream after a carbohydrate meal, and (hopefully) shuttle that blood sugar to muscle tissue for energy instead of into fat cells (driving up your weight).
Even worse, insulin resistance can and often does lead to type II diabetes and an array of other health problems over time, such as an increased risk for Alzheimer’s and other cognitive disorders, premature aging, heart disease, and even stroke…and it all leads back to insulin sensitivity.

Knowing that, and also knowing that you yourself are very likely suffering from too much blood sugar and some degree of insulin resistance due to the previously mentioned dietary and lifestyle factors, you’re probably wondering what you can do to improve your insulin sensitivity and make your body responsive once again to this critically important hormone.
Fortunately, there are 4 somewhat odd, but extremely effective strategies you can begin using that will ultimately end your struggle with insulin resistance and carbohydrate intolerance once and for all, while finally allowing you to experience the excitement of seeing a thinner waist, flatter stomach, and a more defined body when looking back at yourself in the bathroom mirror each morning. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.
Everyone with Type 1 diabetes and some people with Type 2 diabetes need to take insulin to control their blood sugar levels.But experts have revealed a natural treatment for diabetes could be lurking in the garden.
The fig fruit itself is also a good source of potassium, a nutrient that helps to control blood pressure. Allergy Advisory: Produced on the same bakery equipment as baked goods containing milk, eggs, nuts or seeds.
Fig leaves can taste bitter, so some nutritionists recommended drying fig leaves - which can be done at home - and putting them in a food processor to create a powder.

Therefore, this product may inadvertently contain milk, eggs, nuts or seeds to which some people may be allergic. The group that received a liquid extract of fig leaves, along with breakfast, showed significant reduction in the blood glucose that is typically high after a meal and required less insulin. The average insulin dose was 12 per cent lower than the other group that received a non-sweet commercial tea.Diabetes occurs where there is too much glucose in the blood because the body cannot use it properly.

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