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Dangers of high blood sugar can be alleviated with cinnamon, chromium and bitter melon

Posted March 29, 2013

Blood sugar causes degenerative disease. Not only diabetes is a concern, but also high blood sugar affects the eyes, kidneys, brain, the heart, and also speeds the aging process. Sugar creates inflammation in the body, and burns the cells by inflammatory oxidation. This inflammatory process is called glycation. It damages the organs, blood vessel and cells. Excess sugar in the blood can make a person feel tired and fatigued and turn into fat. This causes weight gain and fat deposits in the stomach area.

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Supplement That Controls Blood Sugar and Causes Weight Loss Revealed

Posted February 24, 2013

Julie Chen, M.D. an integrative medicine specialist who says that one supplement she prescribes for her patients not only helps control their blood sugar levels, but causes significant weight loss too. The supplement Dr. Chen describes is one that many people have never heard about before―chromium polynicotinate.

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Are You Ignoring These Heart Health Saviors?

Posted February 16, 2013

In light of American Heart Month, we wanted to share with you some of the all natural ways in which you can protect yourself from this life-threatening disease, and protect your loved ones from the pain and agony of loss. We urge you to check this list twice and make sure you’re doing all you can to strengthen and protect your ticker.

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The 5 Nutrients You Need for Superior Heart Health

Posted November 16, 2012

Healthy eating and regular, moderate exercise are the core of heart disease prevention. But some nutritional supplements can help improve your cholesterol, reduce the formation of fatty plaque and clots, and keep blood vessels flexible. Here are five supplements worth considering.

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Chromium and Your Body

Posted August 28, 2012

Chromium plays many vital roles in the body, particularly it is needed for the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. It is also needed for helping insulin to function properly in the body. It is a trace mineral that is found in only minute amounts within us. Chromium deficiency is rare as we source all of it from foods and drinks we consume.

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Chromium Levels May be Deficient in Children with Type 1 Diabetes

Posted July 29, 2012

A clinical study involving 165 pediatric subjects found a chromium imbalance in pediatric patients with type 1 diabetes.

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Antioxidant Spice Blend Reduces the Negative Effects of Eating a High-Fat Meal

Posted April 30, 2012

Many spices are powerful antioxidants that continue to gain acceptance as natural nutrients able to assist human health and prevent chronic disease. Researchers from Penn State publishing in The Journal of Nutrition provide strong evidence that two such spices turmeric and cinnamon provide a protective shield to reduce the bodys negative responses to eating high-fat meals.

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Enjoy the health benefits of cinnamon

Posted April 30, 2012

Most people tend to associate cinnamon with holiday foods such as pumpkin pie or eggnog. The truth is that cinnamon can be used all year round in a wide variety of foods and dishes. It contains many vitamins and minerals and therefore comes with a great deal of health benefits, ranging from being an all-natural anti inflammatory to being able to assist with lowering blood sugar levels.

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Turmeric and cinnamon combine to lower insulin and triglycerides triggered by high fat meals

Posted April 30, 2012

Many spices such as turmeric and cinnamon are powerful antioxidants that continue to gain acceptance as natural nutrients able to assist human health and prevent chronic disease. Researchers from Penn State publishing in The Journal of Nutrition provide strong evidence that these potent spices provide a protective shield to reduce the body`s negative responses to eating high-fat meals.

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Cinnamon Breaks Up Brain Plaques, May Hold Key to Fighting Alzheimers

Posted April 30, 2012

Alzheimers disease cases are growing at an exponential pace, currently affecting one in eight people over the age of 65. Cutting edge research posits that the devastating illness is in part the result of metabolic disruption in the brain and has been coined Type III diabetes as it disrupts insulin levels in brain tissue. An extract found in cinnamon bark, called CEppt has been shown to inhibit the development and progression of the disease in this latest study.

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