Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Vitamin D prevents type 2 diabetes in patients over 30 years? Eating folk medicine for diabetes .

Vitamin D prevents type 2 diabetes in patients over 30 years?
Eating folk medicine for diabetes .

The U.S. National Institutes of Health announced the launch of a large-scale clinical trial that aims to determine whether intake of vitamins Group D, especially cholecalciferol, can prevent or delay the development of type 2 diabetes in patients aged over 30 years with prior diabetes, wrote Global Times.
The study carried out with 2,500 people .
 According to the results of previous studies , vitamin D by 25% reduces the risk of diabetes, but the National Institutes of Health states that they have no definitive conclusions before the end of the experiment.
Half of the patients need to take daily 100 micrograms of vitamin D3, and the other half - placebo.
The study will last about four years.
It is expected to draw conclusions on the effects of vitamins on the development of the disease.
Let's look at the truth :
  Obesity and poor physical health are major factors for diabetes, exercise and proper nutrition are important components for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels and good physical condition.
Should avoid wheat and gluten-containing foods , as they interfere with the metabolism of glucose , enriched flour, hydrogenated oils , artificial flavors , preservatives , coloring agents and genetically modified organisms.
Folk medicine recommends more broccoli and cruciferous vegetables , sulforaphane from broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables are an important part of anti- diabetic diet because they protect blood vessels against cellular damage .
Eat more foods rich in quercetin , apples , citrus fruits , onions, parsley , sage, green tea and red wine. Olive oil , grapes , dark cherries and dark berries also contain quercetin and other flavonoids.
According to Eastern medicine teaspoon of cinnamon a day keeps diabetes away .
Cinnamon does contain powerful stabilizing glucose compounds not only increase glucose metabolism by a significant amount , but mimic the activity of insulin in the body.
Stick to organic food , reduce the consumption of grains, including whole grains and eat healthy fats , including saturated fat unrefined coconut oil, butter and meat from grazing animals for optimal health.
Avoid deficiency of magnesium , a mineral needed by the body, bones , cells, organs and tissues all rely on magnesium to function properly .
Probiotic bacteria are essential in order to evade the onset of diabetes . Changing the balance of the intestinal microflora in obese patients at high risk for diabetes can help to reverse the metabolic effects associated with diabet.Tryabva to avoid foods that contain refined sugars
chocolate, jam , soft drinks, biscuits , cakes and fruit juices.
Bilberry is an herb that reduces the risk of diabetic retinopathy.
Take the herb (leaves ) of 80 milligrams per day. The fruit is packed with antioxidants and leaves reduce blood sugar levels .
Rooibos tea has powerful antioxidant and helps prevent retinopathy and cataracts ( cataracts ) .
Green tea is rich in catechins , nutrients that protect red blood cells from damage. Caffeine and high antioxidant content makes it a valuable herb for diabetes .
Turn nettle and dandelion in the weekly menu.

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