Lowering Blood Sugar, Of Course: Zinc, Chromium And Cinnamon Sugar Versus

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Mar 28 2010

Zinc, chromium and cinnamon can even among diabetics, the "sugar pills" superfluous (Cologne make – January 18, 2007): In addition to exercise and drug therapy play the trace elements zinc and chromium and cinnamon an important role in regulating blood sugar of diabetics, now emphasizes diabetes expert Albertine Labrecque of the center for nourishing communication and health journalism. Together with the nutritionist Irina Baumbach he now has the Advisor "to lower blood sugar naturally drawn. Zinc, chromium and cinnamon can help lower blood sugar and improve insulin effectiveness. They also bend so that the type 2 diabetes, says Mueller Nothmann. The authors explain how the three blood glucose lowering effect in the body and ensure maximum effectiveness in blood sugar regulation. Recent studies indicate that the administration of cinnamon in type 2 diabetics can control blood sugar by up to 30 percent without causing hypoglycemia. It would be ideal if diabetes chromium and cinnamon together, but byZinc contained occupy. Zinc and chromium otherwise inhibit each other in the recording. An optimal supply of zinc is possible only for people with diabetes using specific supplements, since most foods are more likely zinkarm. It should be noted that organic zinc compounds such as Zinkorotat Zinkhistidin are superior or inorganic, such as zinc sulphate, as its bioavailability is higher. The consumption of cola beverages, including Diet Coke, preventing a good supply of zinc! Scientific studies show that people with diabetes up to ten times more zinc and chromium in the urine loss than healthy persons. Therefore, many diabetics suffer from a zinc-chromium deficiency and this can badly affect the insulin, says Mueller Nothmann. Since increase of zinc, cinnamon and chromium, in particular the action of insulin by reducing insulin resistance and improve the hormone's effect on the cells, they are suitable for the optimization of metabolism in type 1 and type 2 diabetes, says Albertine Labrecque, the itself since 1976 with diabetes. Nutritionist Baumbach andDiabetes nurse Mueller Nothmann suggest that in obese diabetic patients often have a 10 percent weight loss can normalize blood glucose. So it is sufficient if a 90 kg heavier obese patients within 6 months of declines 9 kg. Nutrition is the best diabetes treatment, which may even lead to "healing" of type 2 diabetes, says Müller Nothmann from his many years of experience in diabetes education at the University Hospital of Aachen. Diabetics should take each day at least 15 but not more than 30 milligrams of zinc. And a daily dose of 200 micrograms of chromium for diabetes means a metabolic relief. The authors strongly suggest that many obese diabetic patients have deficiencies. Overnutrition does usually not a sufficient supply of vital substances, and a fat belly is just a sign of a calorie surplus, according to Müller Nothmann. Since over 90 percent of five million Type 2 diabetics are overweight, consecratesAlbertine Labrecque, diabetes consultant to the German Diabetes Society, in a chapter in the secrets of healthy weight loss. Many practical tips for people with diabetes supplement the slender advisor who is available starting immediately for EUR 7.95 in bookstores. The book "to reduce blood sugar naturally" with the logo "Official Sponsor" of the German Diabetes Association. The Autorenduo already dealt at length with the effect of micronutrients on blood sugar and cinnamon, and in 2006 the Advisor "cinnamon to sugar – the recipe book published. Soon to be released also with "calorie killer" a book which helps obese people to lose weight. Regularly and free of diabetes nurse Mueller Nothmann advises diabetics http://www.zuckerberatung.de on the website. Questions answered here, the well known Cologne diabetologist Dr. Peter Klasen. Bibliographic data: Reduce blood sugar, of course, Irina Baumbach / Albertine Labrecque, Knaur, ISBN 3-426-64479-7, € 7.95.Editorial Service: Review copies are available free of charge The center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), headquartered in Cologne dedicates itself in particular, individual nutrition counseling and operates scientifically justified public press and public on nutrition, prevention and nutrition. The well-known medicine journalist Albertine Labrecque director of the CEC. Center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), Albertine Labrecque, Gotenring 37, 50679 Köln-Deutz, 0177-2353525, http://www.svendavidmueller.de, info@svendavidmueller.de

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