cinnamon and type 2 diabetic, weight loss

mitta
By mitta Latest Reply 2015-01-15 07:47:30 -0600
Started 2015-01-14 10:35:24 -0600

Most of them talking about cinnamon and indigest, there is a natural way to solve this problem also reduce reading (atleast 20) oregano(ajwan) seeds, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, cinnamon bark all these boil in a water for 5-10 minutes. Let it warm, drink as herb tea. All these herb, you can find in indian grocery stores, health food stores.
(Ajwan) Oregano seeds, cumin—great for digestion (you can google)It produces heat not body tempareture, if you take too much, could cause diarrea, so you need somthing to compensate, which is fenugreek or milk or buttermilk or juicy fruits like watermelon
Fenugreek—-cools body, good for diabetic
It may work with most, and all natural,no chemical, no sugar, no fat


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suecsdy
suecsdy 2015-01-15 06:43:26 -0600 Report

I take 2 cinnamon caps a day and I really believe it has helped get my numbers down close to where I want them. Still want to shave a few more points off, but can't complain about my numbers. Unfortunately,when I go to buy my cinnamon caps, the ones with chromium are always sold out.

lilleyheidi
lilleyheidi 2015-01-15 00:28:04 -0600 Report

I use cinnamon on yogurt and in coffee daily, but will look into cumin and the others … Like Jibber Jabber if I can do it more natural I am all for it.. my only problem is often the expense of the natural remedies, a lot of the herbs are expensive. Best of health. Heidi

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-01-15 07:47:30 -0600 Report

If you decide to take cumin..and you have an ethnic arab or indian store nearby they sell it very cheap..you can make tea from it..or just buy the tea bags..again the ethnic stores are generally cheaper..

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-01-14 10:41:23 -0600 Report

I have been taking Cinnamon and chromium supplements since I was diagnosed..but my hubby introduced me to cumin..as well as another herb (please dear god don't ask me the English name..I will try to grab him and ask him again today)…he is from Syria and swears everyone makes tea from mixing them when they have diabetes…well I googled and yes, they are very widely used in the Middle east..I did some research to make sure they wouldn't adversely effect me or my meds in any way..they came up as good…so I drink a couple cups of fresh tea everyday…will have to look up the Oregano and Fenugreek today..I am a very big believer in God's pharmacy…****** I SHOULD ADD…that cumin mixed with certain meds has been know to lower blood glucose too low…so be extra careful before you embark down the middle eastern/indian cure passageway..(grin)

ssawyer57
ssawyer57 2015-01-14 11:28:36 -0600 Report

So you take the Cinnamon in pill form? I am newly diagnosed (a month ago) and I have been sprinkling it on my food so far. Would a pill provide more benefit do you know?

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-01-14 11:49:45 -0600 Report

I also sprinkle it on my food, when I am eating something cinnamon friendly..I really can NOT tell you which form works best..I mean it is actual cinnamon in a capsule that I am taking so I am assuming it is the same thing..But you know what they say about people that assume too much…I do know that the supplement I take does have the added chromium…

ssawyer57
ssawyer57 2015-01-14 12:52:26 -0600 Report

Thanks for replying. I just thought that maybe you had done some research into taking Cinnamon and maybe found something I didn't. Being new to this, I'm really looking to get a handle on this from the getgo and there is a lot of conflicting information out there to wade through. Thanks again!

mitta
mitta 2015-01-14 10:54:57 -0600 Report

Hi, If you do not know, the english name of your herb, still you can find in google dictionary, just type the herb name in english, you can also see the picture of it.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-01-14 10:59:25 -0600 Report

will do but I cant remember the English name and my Arabic is rudimentary soooo..I have nothing to type into google at this point..

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