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Friday, January 6, 2017

Say Goodbye To Diabetes Forever Without Any Medications and Any Special Effort – Recipe

Diabetes is metabolic disease when the human body is not able to produce any or enough insulin which furthermore causes elevated levels of glucose in the blood.


This illness is common life-long health disease. Diabetic patient has too much glucose in the blood as the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin, diabetes occurs. His body cannon generate enough insulin to keep blood glucose levels in normal and healthy.

Officially, the medicine still did not found a cure for this medical condition. But, diabetes can be successfully controlled, and the person leads a normal life.

It is well-known fact that insulin normalizes the blood sugar levels. Diabetic patients need regular and daily tingling in order to keep the blood levels under control. But, in order to avoid insulin, in today’s article we are going to suggest you one homemade and natural recipe.

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Even patients who already managing this disease with insulin, should try this recipe and reduce the amount of insulin, but also to try to stimulate the pancreas to work and produce enough insulin.

This is completely natural homemade recipe that will help you to normalize the blood sugar levels in the body and in same time will remove the excess fluids.

Ingredients:

2 l bottle of mineral water

1 leek with roots

Method of preparation:

First step is to clean and wash well the leek with roots. After that, pour 2 ounces of the bottle with mineral water. Next step is to place the leek with the roots in the bottle and leave it stay for about 24 hours.

The next day your potion is prepared, so you should drink a substitute of water.

When you finish with this, prepare another dosage and continue with the treatment.


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3 comments:

  1. forgot to mention the whole details of the plant - scitific name, where to get, places where it can be found, maybe a link how to grow.. sad life this article

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  2. Do you cut up leek? How much water? Can use leek again?

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