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by gold stone (2019-06-15)

Tulsi Leaf Tea (also known as StrictionD Review holy basil), is another Ayurvedic medicine used for generations to decrease blood sugars. It can also guard against stress and the damage caused by stress. The Tulsi leaf also has anti-coagulating properties.The Rose Geranium Leaf is very helpful for diabetics. It helps to lower blood sugar and blood pressure. It also helps your blood to clot. You can make a tea from the leaves, or mix small slivers with honey and lemon and take it before a meal.There's no harm in trying these remedies because they are known to not have harmful side effects... but be safe, check with your doctor before adding them to your regime. They could mean the difference between controlling or not controlling your Type 2 diabetes.Type 2 diabetes is not a condition you must just live with. By making easy changes to your daily routine, its possible to protect your heart, kidneys, eyes and limbs from the damage often caused by diabetes, and eliminate some of the complications you may already experience.Sure, learning you have Type 2 Diabetes (or pre-diabetes) can be shocking. But think of it as your body's gift to you--it's your wake-up call letting you know it's time to actively step into your life to get more out of it.New guidelines jointly put out by the American Diabetes Association and American College of Sports Medicine provide a simple framework to help you participate in exercise that feels good and helps you keep your blood sugars balanced.When it comes to blood sugar, the more control you maintain over it, the better your long-term health will be. This means keeping your blood sugar as close to 70-130 mg/dl for adults.Being physically active can play a crucial role in not only controlling your blood sugar and managing your Type 2 Diabetes, but it can also positively affect your cholesterol, blood pressure, circulation and heart health.Most of the benefits you derive from exercise for better blood sugar control are due to immediate and long-term improvements in the action of insulin--the hormone in your body that helps you move sugar in the blood into your cells where it's used or stored. When your body improves the action of insulin, it does a better job of controlling your blood sugar.The new exercise guidelines recommend people with Type 2 Diabetes participate in exercise 3-7 days per week, with at least 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise, and no more than 2 consecutive days between bouts of aerobic activity.