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Type 2 diabetes: Expert recommends supplement to balance blood sugar levels

Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body is unable to naturally balance blood sugar levels. Instead, high blood sugar levels can cause serious damage to the body. To help combat this ill effect, try one supplement known to help diabetics.

Dr Sarah Brewer has noticed how a blend of Ayurvedic herbs – found inside a CuraLin supplement – can have a “range of beneficial effects on glucose control”.

The doctor noted how those who take CuraLin supplements experienced an improvement in glucose control and, in some cases, “normalises within four weeks”.

Additionally, users had reported “reduced cravings for sweet food”, and felt more energetic, slept better and would summarise that their general quality of life improved.

The CuraLin supplement

The CuraLin supplement contains 10 Ayurvedic herbs: swertia chirata, turmeric, fenugreek, gymnema sylvestre, bitter melon, picrorhiza kurroa, syzygium cumini, tinospora cordifolia, melia azadirachta and amla.

“Bitter melon contains a chain of amino acids known as polypeptide-p,” explained Dr Brewer.

She added that bitter melon is “structurally similar to insulin”, therefore it “reduces glucose absorption from the diet and reduces the production of glucose in the liver”.

The overall effect being that blood glucose (i.e. blood sugar) levels improve.

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Ingredients, such as turmeric, fenugreek and amala “activate insulin receptors to reduce insulin resistance”, and they also improve “insulin release from the pancreas”.

Dr Brewer continued: “Gymnema sylvestre reduces sensitivity to sweet tastes and suppresses sugar cravings.

“While picrorhiza kurroa inhibits an enzyme (alpha-amylase) that breaks down dietary carbohydrates to slow the release of dietary sugars.”

Together, these herbs help to produce an effective response to improve blood glucose control and energy levels.

If you’re trying to manage type 2 diabetes or insulin resistance by diet and lifestyle adjustments alone, you may still find that your blood sugar readings aren’t good.

Should this be the case, then “the CuraLin blend of herbs could make the difference you’re looking for,” says Dr Brewer.

Knowledgeable about diabetes, Dr Brewer attests that “every [diabetic] is an individual with different underlying causes, risk factors and genetic make-up”.

This is why she believes CuraLin – that possesses 10 herbs – can be helpful for a lot of people.

“An individual herb that works for one person may not work for another, because of the different sensitivity of their cell receptors,” she commented.

“Combining 10 different Ayurvedic herbs, that work in different ways, helps

to overcome this so that everyone responds to some of the ingredients.

“It also means that lower doses of each herb are needed, which significantly reduces the chance of side effects.”

The herbs in CuraLin work in synergy, helping the body to balance blood sugar levels.

The swertia chirata is thought to aid the intracellular metabolism of glucose, while tinospora cordifolia can also help increase glucose metabolism.

The melia azadirachta contains flavonoids, tannins and saponins that reduce the transformation of starch into glucose.

People taking prescribed medication for their diabetes are recommended to check with their doctor first before taking any supplements.

Dr Brewer added: “It’s important to have medical supervision, so that you know how to reduce your prescribed medication as your glucose control improves.”

Source: Daily Express

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