Diabetes mellitus refers to a group of diseases that affect how the body uses blood sugar or glucose. Glucose is vital to our health because it's an important source of energy for the cells that make up our muscles and tissues.
Maintaining blood sugar levels is part of managing diabetes. Doctors often prescribe traditional treatments, like insulin injections and prescription drugs to keep blood sugar levels normal. However many people with diabetes prefer using complementary and alternative therapies which aim to treat both the body and the mind.
Some of the signs and symptoms of diabetes are;
- Increased thirst
- Frequent urination
- Extreme hunger
- Unexplained weight loss
- Presence of ketones in the urine
- Blurred vision
- Slow-healing sores
- Frequent infections, (gums, skin infections, vaginal infections)
Alternative treatments for diabetes include:
- relaxation techniques
BTI Blood Sugar Support;
This is an advanced formula designed to take a holistic approach to support normal blood sugars. This formula provides your body with natural herbs, vitamins, and minerals that support a healthy metabolism. A unique blend of natural ingredients, We’ve included 18 amazing herbs, vitamins, and minerals to support normal blood sugars. From those that help reduce sugar cravings to those that support a healthy metabolism and promote clean energy for your body.
Normal blood sugars can affect all aspects of your life. They support a healthy metabolism and keep you feeling energized and stress-free.
BTI Blood Sugar Support;
- Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Levels.
- Supports a Healthy Metabolism.
- Reduce Cravings.
- 18 effective natural Ingredients.
- All-natural ingredients support your body without synthetics or chemicals
- Supports normal function of the adrenals, one of your body’s energy sources.
- Helps maintain normal cardiovascular function.
- All-natural ingredients support your body without synthetics or chemicals.
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Cinnamon: is a favorite household spice and has been used around the world for centuries. This spice with its pleasant flavor and warm smell plays an important role in traditional medicine and its used to treat many different ailments. Cinnamon helps in improving insulin function as well as boost insulin sensitivity. A study at the" Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology" offers groundbreaking news that taking cinnamon supplements for blood sugar may play a critical role in the support of normal blood sugar levels. The fact that cinnamon helps glucose levels in the blood return to normal more quickly is a huge benefit to consider for anyone who is dealing with the symptoms of higher than normal blood sugar levels. Besides lowering the blood sugar levels, studies have demonstrated that Cinnamon has anti microbial, anti inflammatory, cardiovascular and digestive benefits.
Chromium: It is a mineral that serves several important functions in the body. Several studies have indicated that taking chromium supplements helps support proper insulin function also helps maintain healthy blood sugar.
Magnesium: is a mineral found in the earth, sea, plants, animals and humans. It is involved in Hundreds of Biochemical Reactions in one's Body. Supports insulin function & heart health. There are many evidence based health benefits of magnesium some of which are converting food into energy, muscle movement, plays a critical role in brain function, helps lower blood sugar, regulating blood pressure, fights inflammation, reduces insulin resistance and improves PMS symptoms.
Bilberry: Like most berries, bilberries are a nutrient-rich fruit, linked to various health benefits, from improved vision to lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels. bilberries are antioxidants that may reduce markers of inflammation and help improve heart health. They are said to stimulate insulin secretion and prevent the breakdown of carbs in the gut, both of which may help lower blood sugar levels.
Berberine bark extract: Berberine is a plant extract that has been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for over 2,500 years for its vast range of health-promoting properties. It is clinically shown to help support normal blood sugar levels and enhance sugar uptake from the blood into the muscles. A recent study using 500 mg of berberine showed berberine’s powerful effect on specific cardiovascular markers including LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglyceride levels. The main mechanism of action underlying berberine’s impact on human health is probably its action on the adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK) activation.This enzyme (AMPK) acts as the central energy regulatory control switch regulating how energy is produced and used in the body. AMPK regulates an array of biological activities that normalize lipid, glucose, and energy imbalances. These applications related to adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK) activation explains berberine’s possible therapeutic use in metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and dyslipdemia.
Gymnema sylvestre: is a plant well known in Ayurvedic medicine for its medicinal purposes. Its called the "Sugar Destroyer" and has been shown in clinical studies to support healthy fasting blood sugar levels. Research has shown that Gymnema may help block the sugar receptors on the tongue, decreasing one's ability to taste sweetness. This can lead to reduced sugar cravings.
Fenugreek seed: For centuries, this herb has been used in alternative medicine to treat various health conditions, such as diabetes, high cholesterol, and obesity. Fenugreek is a versatile herb and can be used in cooking or supplement form. Some people also make fenugreek water by soaking the seeds in water overnight and sipping on it like tea.
Alpha lipoic acid: ALA is an organic compound made by mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) found in every cell in your body.a nutrient required for cellular metabolism, specifically the breakdown of carbohydrates and fatty acids. ALA has powerful antioxidant effects that are thought to have benefits for our health; skin health and anti aging, some neurological diseases and diabetes. ALA may help reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy that can be caused by diabetes. In Europe, ALA has been used for years to provide relief from the pain, burning, tingling, and numbing caused by diabetic neuropathy.
Bitter melon: It belongs to the gourd family and is closely related to zucchini, squash, pumpkin, and cucumber and has been associated with several impressive health benefits. Bitter Melon is a great source of several key nutrients such as Vitamin C, A, Zinc, Iron, Potassium and Folate. Bitter melon has been shown to improve several markers of long-term blood sugar control, including levels of fructosamine and hemoglobin A1c.
Gugul: It has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine, a holistic, plant-derived medical system, to treat various health conditions, such as obesity, inflammation and arthritis. In Indio- Iranian language, Guggul means “protects against diseases” and has been taken for thousands of years to not only protect the body, but also to treat a wide variety of conditions. It is considered to balance 3 channels in the body enhancing warmth, digestion, circulatory, reproductive processes. It also said to regulate movement in the mind and body strength, immunity and growth.
Nopal cactus: is also called prickly pear cactus and is popular in many areas of the world, particularly Latin America. It can be part of a healthy diet, It's high in fiber, antioxidants and carotenoids. Nopal cactus is promoted for treating diabetes, high cholesterol, obesity and hangovers. It's also touted for its antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Reported benefits of fresh nopal juice include lowering blood sugar, healing wounds, and reducing cholesterol.
Vanadium: is a mineral named for the goddess of beauty, Vanadis, because of its beautiful colors. Vanadium supplements are used as medicine for pre diabetes and diabetes. Studies have shown that vanadium may increase a person’s sensitivity to insulin.
L-arabinose: It is a common component in some plant cell walls such as corn, wheat, rye, rice, plant gums etc. Potential nutritional advantages of consuming L-arabinose in combination with table sugar (sucrose) may be a delayed digestion of table sugar and a lower absorption of glucose, resulting in a lower blood glucose level.
Licorice: is a herb that people have used for thousands of years to treat a variety of ailments. According to "American Diabetes Association", the root of licorice contains amorfrutins which are known to have anti-diabetic properties. Amorfrutins also have many anti-inflammatory properties that helps keep diabetes-related conditions at bay.
Quercetin: is a polyphenol, which is a derivative of plants, unique biological elements of the flavonoid quercetin found in fruits and vegetables contain potential mental and physical health benefits. and has been shown to have several potential anti-inflammatory as well as anticarcinogenic applications.
Vitamin D3: plays a critical role in the absorption of phosphorus and calcium, which supports strong and healthy bones. Besides the bones Vitamin D3 is important for immune and cardiovascular system, pancreas, muscles, brain, and the control of cell cycles. Vitamin D is highly beneficial in regulating the body’s natural insulin levels which in turn it helps your body to process sugars. Vitamin D3 offers many health benefits. It is known to help improve lung health, increase mood, aid in weight loss, and improve heart function.
Niacin: or Vitamin B3 has many health benefits including; it may help prevent diabetes. In people with diabetes, vitamin B3 can delay the need for insulin. It can also help improve the efficiency of other treatments administered for diabetes. It can also help improve digestion, providing energy, boost brain function, improve cholesterol levels and help cure pellagra.
Manganese: is highly concentrated in the pancreas and functions as an antioxidant to protect insulin-producing cells. It can also help influence insulin production by activating an enzyme that increases glucose in cells. Insufficient manganese is associated with increased glucose intolerance, a precursor to diabetes.
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