According to a recent press release from Natural News, there are a number of alternative treatments for diabetes . However, healthcare professionals advise that any person with diabetes seeking to make changes to their diet or take any supplements discusses it in detail first.
Diet undoubtedly has a massive influence on diabetes, with a healthy diabetes diet aiding blood glucose control and maintaining regular blood glucose levels . Alternative and complementary health experts advise people with diabetes to try the following herbs and substances: Fig leaves, black seed, fenugreek, cinnamon, grape seed extract, olive oil and bitter melon. How each substance is prepared and taken varies, but all have been shown to have a positive influence on blood glucose levels according to CAM practitioners. Discuss any changes to diet with your healthcare professional.

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