Turmeric Proven to Fight Diabetes…Again!

Research highlighting turmeric’s powerful health-boosting properties just seems to never cease, with some recent research showing yet again that the super spice can help to prevent diabetes risk thanks to the spice’s active compound curcumin. What’s more, the compound helps to prevent diabetes among those with prediabetes – indicated that extremely high blood sugar levels that could ultimately result in type 2 diabetes.
Without a doubt, there is a clear connection between turmeric and diabetes.

Other Remedies for Diabetes:

Magnesium – Magnesium enhances insultin secretion, facilitating sugar metabolism.  Learn 6 ways to boost your magnesium levels.


EggplantEggplant is loaded with vitamins and minerals and appears to play a vital role in managing and preventing serious conditions including Cancer and Type 2 Diabetes.
Lentils – Soluble fiber traps carbs to stabilize blood sugar.  This can be especially helpful for those with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia.
Coconut Oil – Coconut Oil improves insulin secretion to relieve symptoms and health risks of Diabetes.

Organic Coconut Palm Sugar – An unbleached sugar alternative harvested from the coconut tree blossom. It is low GI so reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Dispelling The Disease Myth

Integrative Oncologist Thomas Lodi MD, says “Cancer is not a disease. Cancer is the body’s extraordinary effort to keep you alive!”  In the same manner let’s look at diabetes. It is not a disease, it’s not an entity, it’s not something you inherit; it’s something you develop. In fact it turns out that all these conditions are really, and can almost always be classified as eating disorders!

Substitute Health Fats for Refined Oils

Right behind white carbohydrates in the battle to destroy our health is processed oils. These “white” fats are a major contributing factor to heart disease, chronic inflammation, dementia and other diseases involving nervous system problems and diabetes.

Is Junk Food Really Cheaper?

It’s a common notion that part of the reason why so many people are overweight and obese and saddled with diet-related chronic diseases like heart disease and type 2 diabetes is because they simply can’t afford to eat healthy. But are healthy foods really more expensive than their junk food counterparts?  Discover some budget-friendly ways to eat healthy.  You may be surprised to find that some of the healthiest foods you can find are much cheaper than that value dinner, today and in the long run.

High Fructose Corn Syrup

HFCS has become the number one source of calories in America, contributing to the development of diabetes among other harmful effects.  It is one of the Top 10 Additives to Avoid.  Despite the efforts of an aggressive “awareness” campaign, the corn industry has been unable to shake the bad press and now seeks to rename HFCS as corn sugar.