Ayurveda for diabetes Type 2
Diabetes cannot be “CURED”. it can only be managed. this is due to reasons listed very well by my colleagues above. However, we must find an efficient way to manage diabetes - without any side effects. the problem today is that most medicines cause heavy side effects which cause other problems in the long term.
Traditional methods of treating diabetes depend on what type of diabetes you have. No matter what condition you are diagnosed with, having a healthy diet, keeping a healthy weight, and taking part in regular exercise are necessary.
Blood sugar monitoring, taking insulin, and oral medications and prescriptions are often involved with diabetes treatment. However, a lot of times the actual cause is not addressed but rather the medicines cover up and treat the symptoms.
While these different traditional medicines can somewhat help with the symptoms, they can also have very harmful side effects. Some of these include:
- Upset stomach
- Skin rash
- Weight gain
- Swelling of the legs or ankles
Fortunately, there is another way of treating the condition of diabetes.
Grocare offers a natural, FDA-approved, non-chemical, 100% safe way to treat prediabetes, diabetes, and insulin resistance.
Just two medications help to restore the body’s natural balance so that it can heal itself, and regulate the metabolism of sugars as it was meant to.
The first natural medicine is called . It is the only research-based formulation on the market that helps balance the pH of the entire intestinal system and abdomen.
The second herbal medication is called . It helps to stimulate the liver, pancreas, and kidneys by removing excess acid build-up and restoring their normal function. This allows these important organs to do what they were naturally designed to do, including maintain sugar levels.
Diadoma and Acidim together correct a pH imbalance, stimulate the pancreas and liver, restore the insulin secretion function and thus help to control blood sugar levels. This greatly reduces the chance of hypo/ hyperglycemic episodes.