The Best 10 Herbs and Supplements for Diabetes

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  • Gymnema Sylvestre Its okay if you cant pronounce it, because this herb has both a powerful name and a powerful effect on diabetes. This Indian plant can help control blood sugar levels, but unfortunately it is known to cause some serious side effects, so talk to your doctor first.The typical dosage is 200 to 250 milligrams twice a day.

     

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  • Bitter Melon This sour fruit can be used to block sugar from your intestines and help cells use glucose more effectively. Even though it doesnt sound appetizing, it can be a great help to lower your blood sugar levels. Take 3 to 6 tablespoons of the juice daily.

     

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  • Magnesium Studies have shown that magnesium can improve your blood sugar levels and insulin function. Talk to your doctor before using magnesium as a supplement. Take 250 to 350 milligrams once a day.

     

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  • Prickly Pear Cactus This desert plant can be found in your local grocery or health food store. It has been used in Mexico for centuries to lower blood sugar because it is actually very similar to insulin. It may sound like a strange snack, but studies have shown that prickly pear can normalized blood sugar and lipid levels for some diabetics. Try and eat half of a cooked cactus fruit a day

     

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  • Gamma-Linolenic Acid Nerve pain is one of the added annoyances that comes with having diabetes. This supplement can help reduce and even prevent that pain. Take 270 to 540 milligrams once a day.

     

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  • Chromium Chromium helps to boost your insulin. It can also be found in carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism, and has been proven to help control blood sugar. Take 200 micrograms once a day.

     

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  • Bilberry This funny fruit is related to the more popular blueberry. It has a very large amount of antioxidants, which can be extremely healthy for nerve pain as well as help protect your eyes. Studies have shown that bilberry can also help with blood sugar levels. Twice a day, take 80 to 120 milligrams.

     

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  • Alpha-Lipoic Acid Also known as ALA, this vitamin can help improve insulin sensitivity and repair nerve damage. Studies have shown that ALA can also decrease nerve pain, numbness, and burning. It is also helpful in lowering blood pressure.Take up to 600 800 milligrams a day.

     

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  • Ginseng This Chinese herb is an immune system booster that has several benefits for tackling diabetes. It can slow carbohydrate absorption, increase the ability for cells to use glucose, and help your pancreas with insulin secretion. Ginseng can also lower blood sugar. Take 1 to 3 grams a day in a capsule or tablet.

     

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