Do you want to lower your blood sugar?
In this short video I’ll be sharing three unusual ways of lowering your blood sugar quickly and safely.
These are tips you’re unlikely to hear from a doctor yet they can be highly effective at getting your blood sugar under control.
This includes a Sri Lankan herb used for thousands of years to lower blood sugar and is now finding its way into mainstream medicine.
My name is Gareth Churchill and I’m a natural health researcher for Erudite Lifestyle magazine.
On our website we share the latest breakthroughs in alternative medicine and expose the bogus claims.
When it comes to blood sugar, new advances are being made all the time on how to manage your glucose levels naturally and avoid a lifetime on prescription drugs with side effects.
My first tip is a herb known as the ‘Destroyer of Sugar’.
Gymnema Sylvestre is a Sri Lankan herb with a long history of helping to lower blood sugar.
In Hindi its name means ‘destroyer of sugar’ and when added to a cup of herbal tea, Gymnema Sylvestre may help reduce your cravings for sugary snacks and lower your glucose at the same time.
My second tip is to chomp on some leaves.
Or to be precise, some leafy greens, like kale, spinach and romaine lettuce.
Leafy greens are rich in magnesium which is a super nutrient at lowering blood sugar.
Pack a few servings into your daily diet or drink a green smoothie to help keep your blood sugar low.
My third tip is to sprinkle cinnamon on your coffee instead of sugar..
Cinnamon is like nature’s natural sweetener, and is rich in chromium which can help lower blood sugar fast.
In this video I’ve given you just 3 tips on lowering blood sugar.
In this longer article I share lots more, including seven spices for lowering glucose and four lifestyle changes that have helped thousands of diabetics get off their meds for good.
Then click the link below to find out more:
I hope you find our information helpful in lowering your blood sugar so you have more energy, fewer insulin spikes and more freedom in your daily life.
Disclaimer – Statements made in this video have not been evaluated or approved by the Federal Drug Administration. Individual results vary and results discussed in these materials are not necessarily typical or average results. Some of the discussions of results are based on anecdotal reports or individuals’ personal experiences, not necessarily representative of typical results and, in some cases, representative of exceptional results. You should never make changes to your medication without speaking to your doctor. The information provided is not a replacement for professional medical advice.