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Natural foods to Control Blood Sugar Level Here is a list of foods you can have to naturally lower the blood sugar levels. Green Tea - Known to be a healthy drink, it also helps to control blood sugar levels. Garlic - It decreases the gluc ...
Jul 07 2007 11:17pm
Blood Sugar Conversion can also determine your blood sugar levels   Blood Sugar Converter http://www.etoolsage.com/converter/Blood_Sugar_conversion.asp?toolsort=1500 The converter permits the user convert blood sugar between  mg/dl(US) and  mmol/L(UK). It ca ...
Aug 24 2009 8:27pm
WHY FIBER A regular daily intake of fiber helps keep our bowels working regularly and prevent constipation. By providing bulk and softening stool, the pressure of hard bowel movements is eliminated. Fibr ...
Mar 26 2011 5:12pm
Hi. Thanks for the fiber overview. Any thoughts on fiber and gut microflora, and the impac ... more
Mar 30 2011 8:21pm
Mustard Oil Once considered the poor man’s oil, mustard oil is back in vogue and finding its way onto grocery store shelves. Native to north and northeast India, the oil was discarded for fear of being adultera ...
Aug 31 2007 10:20am
Sneaky little slim-down tricks Health magazine went to the top weight-control experts for their No. 1 tips to get the weight off now. Take a look. Start smart Begin lunch and dinner with a veggie-rich salad or broth-based soup, sa ...
May 04 2007 1:15pm
Sprinkle The Cinnamon Did you know that a dash of cinnamon a day can spice up your health status? Studies of patients with type 2 diabetes found that cinnamon lowers fasting LDL and total cholesterol concentrations in the ...
Feb 20 2008 11:06am
I love cinnamon! I cook with it a lot. I even throw it in with some cumin, curry and othe ... more
Mar 09 2008 10:55am
Control Your Blood Sugar Here are basic tips to help you control blood sugar: • Prepare lean protein with every meal - protein helps slow the absorption of carbohydrate: Eat lean red meat, skinless turkey & chicken, egg whi ...
Mar 27 2007 10:37am
The GI, Guys You’ve probably heard the words "glycemic index" or "glycemic load" when it comes to certain foods. What the heck does that mean? The glycemic index (GI) of food is important when constructing a ...
Nov 12 2007 2:28pm
Stevia From equal to splenda, Stevia is the best sugar substitute and most recommended sweetner for diabetics. Stevia is commonly known as sweetleaf and its extracts have up to 300 times the sweetness ...
Dec 03 2008 3:06pm
Magical Magnesium I read an article about magnesium reducing risk of stroke today, and started reading up on it a bit more. I'm pretty impressed with all the benefits of magensium. Here's what I learned... - Mag ...
Mar 11 2008 2:51pm