Red Ripe Juicey Strawberries Are Good For Diabetics
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Regular intake of strawberries reduces the growth of cancer cells & supports the proper growth of red blood cells. A good source of vitamin C & minerals like copper, magnesium, & potassium. Strawberries may even reduce heart disease. Vegetables like strawberries, tart cherries, and tomatoes may help reduce inflammation associated with hardening of the arteries and reduce certain risk factors for heart disease. Add strawberries to breakfast cereal, yogurt or use them as snack, Slice and freeze.
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Strawberries with a high quality balsamic vinegar....splash them.Strawberries are good for diabetics, as they help stabilize the level of blood glucose been associated with inhibiting the production of cholesterol in the liver...and reducing heart disease...vinegar may mimic the effects of both Acrabose and Metformin which are two of the commonly prescribed medications for diabetics says Carol Johnston, Ph.D., As reported by WebMD
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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