Eaten raw help control blood pressure. The water content in onion is almost 80%. Onions have the ability to reduce blood sugar levels. Onion juice is good in diabetes as it decreases the blood sugar levels and more effective with garlic!
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The more red onion you eat, the lower your blood-sugar glucose levels will be. They are beneficial to gastrointestinal health. Red onions also reduce inflammation in the blood vessels. Onions have sulfur compounds, & the minerals calcium, magnesium. Onions can inhibit the development of cancerous cells, &have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that can relieve a stomach ache. Try a red onion brocolli salad, a sandwich, in soups, mixed with other steamed veggies. Love Them!
Cinnamon may help lower blood sugar levels and reduce triglycerides. Cloves stimulate digestion. Ginger contains antioxidants. Tumeric fights inflamation. Cayenne Pepper and red pepper stimulates metabolism and fat-burning. Yipee! Regular consumption of garlic can decrease blood pressure and cholesterol levels, Basil is good for the heart and digestion.
Consumption of fenugreek seeds and leaves help lower blood sugar levels and decrease the level of cholesterol
Avocado contain fiber to help slow down blood sugar increases when added to a meal.Eat small slices of avocado through the day to balance blood sugar. Cherries are also foods that lower blood sugar. Avoid starchy vegetables such as potatoes, parsnips, squash, and go easy with carrots, beans, peas and beets. Canned Sweet Corn has a high sugar content and makes your blood sugar rise. Onions the sulfur in 2 ounces per day can stimulate the pancreas and reduce insulin levels
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