Moringa - The Natural Cure For Diabetes
by Avon Howard
body but in lower amount or it becomes insensitive to act on glucose. It is possible
for us to treat diabetes II through proper dieting, medication and regular exercise.

The food which is ingested is converted to glucose for the cell function. Glucose
cannot enter the cells alone. It needs assistance from insulin in order to penetrate the
cell walls. Insulin therefore acts as a regulator of glucose metabolism in the body. If
insulin is lacking or it becomes insensitive it will lead to diabetes.Untreated diabetes
will lead to complications such as retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy,
cardiovascular problems etc. Most of the people suffering from diabetes were
unaware of the disease, when they recognized the disorder it becomes more
complicated. A great way to get all of the important nutrients you need is to eat a
diet high in raw fruits and vegetables, or to supplement the gaps in your diet with
products that contain all of the necessary vitamins and minerals your body needs to
function properly. The nutritional density and diversity of Moringa has deemed it the
"Elixir Tree" or nature's most nutritious food. The nutrients in this miracle from nature
have been reported to treat over 300 different diseases and disorders of the body.
Moringa leaves have 4 times more Beta-Carotene than that of carrots, 17 times
more calcium than that of milk and 25 times more iron than that of Spinach. Moringa
Leaves and pods contain 90+ nutrients and 46 antioxidants. Moringa leaves have
more antioxidants than the green leaves.

Moringa contains all the essential nutrients needed for the biochemical reaction to
perform regularly. Researchers in London recently reported that vitamin D is essential
for the islet cells in the pancreas to be able to secrete insulin properly. The studies
have shown that individuals with the lowest vitamin D levels experienced the worst
blood sugar-handling problems and had a greater risk of developing diabetes. Moringa
as a rich source of ascorbic acid helps in insulin secretion. It is interesting to note that
certain nutrients like vitamins B1, B2, B12, pantothenic acid, vitamin C, protein and
potassium - along with small frequent meals containing some carbohydrate - can
actually stimulate production of insulin within the body.

Vitamin A as an antioxidant helps convert beta-carotene efficiently, which reduces the
risk of blindness in diabetics. Vitamin B 12 supplementation has been used
successfully to treat diabetic neuropathy. High dose supplements of vitamin C have
been shown to prevent sorbitol accumulation and glycosylation of proteins, both of
which are important factors in the development of diabetic complications such as
cataracts. Studies have shown that a low vitamin-E concentration was associated
with a 3.9 times greater risk of developing diabetes. Vitamin E reduces oxidative
stress, thus improving membrane physical characteristics and related activities in
glucose transport. This antioxidant promotes healing of diabetes-related lesions.
Magnesium helps in the metabolism of glycogen, Mg works closely with vitamin B 6
to help the metabolic process with in the cell. Moringa all these nutrient and helps the
diabetic patient to control their blood glucose level.

Moringa capsules are made from 100% pure Moringa oleifera leaves, Grenera
Nutrients is an integrated Moringa company that takes care of every thing from
planting the Moringa trees to selling value added Moringa products under its flagship
brand Yelixir.

About The Author

Avon Howard

Yelixir Moringa capsules and Moringa powder can be purchased online from their
You can also visit Moringa is 100% pure natural supplement for the healthy life. it contains 90+
nutrients and 46 antioxidants, keeps our body fit.
Diabetic mellitus is a syndrome
characterized by disordered
metabolism and abnormally high
blood sugar (hyperglycaemia)
resulting from insufficient levels of the
hormone insulin. The characteristic
symptoms polyuria, polydipsia,
glucoseuria, unexplained weight loss,
and lethargy. There are two types of
diabetes, diabetes I and diabetics II.
Diabetes I may also known as Insulin
dependent diabetes where insulin
therapy is needed as the beta cells
cant synthesis insulin. Diabetes II may
refer to as Insulin non dependent
diabetics as insulin is produced by the
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