7 Tips To Lower Diabetes Risks

Author: Carla Fiscina
June 10, 2010

Lower Diabetes RisksDiabetes is a curse of our times and it is estimated that more than 250 millions people in the world suffer from it. It is a serious metabolic disease which is connected with high glucose levels in blood as a result of irregularities of insulin secretion in the body. Insulin is a substance which can control the levels of glucose in our blood, and a lack of it causes diabetes type 1. Type 2 is a disease inked to inability of cells to use insulin. Read the rest of this entry »

Garlic Helps to Beat Diabetes

Author: Carla Fiscina
April 9, 2009

Garlic (Allium sativum) has been known for centuries and used in every cuisine of the world for its specific taste coming from the essential oil containing in this natural food. Garlic received its name after an old Celtic word for “burning“, however, it originates from the Middle Asia. Garlic is mentioned in the earliest extant papyri, the Bible and the sacred writings of Ancient India and China. From the papyri, the world learned about a massive strike of ancient Egyptian workers who rebelled against a lack of garlic in their daily diet. Also, the Roman Emperor Nero ordered to incorporate garlic in the diet of his warriors in order to raise their spirit. Numerous therapeutic benefits of garlic include normalizing blood pressure, strengthening blood vessels, lowering the levels of cholesterol, enhancing our immunity, decreasing the risks of having cancer. In addition to that everything, it was recently discovered that garlic can also help people to beat diabetes type I and II. Read the rest of this entry »