Blood sugar level: HERE's how Neem can help you manage it

Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects millions of people across the globe. Read below to find out how herbs like neem can help you manage blood sugar levels. Consumption of neem leaves can not only help with diabetes, but they also help to flush out toxins from the system.
Blood sugar level: HERE's how Neem can help you manage itBlood sugar level: HERE's how Neem can help you manage it
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Reports from the World Health Organisation (WHO) states that over 1.6 million deaths occur globally because of diabetes. Diabetes is not only common amongst adults, but it can also be transferred genetically to newborns. When it comes to diabetes, it can happen to anyone at any age. The WHO has claimed that by the year 2030, diabetes would be the seventh-largest killer globally. 

 

Diabetes is a chronic disease which is characterised by spiked up levels of blood sugar. And if untreated, they may cause serious damage to the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and nerves. Unfortunately, not many are aware of the pros and cons of this disease, and hence, this makes it difficult to manage diabetes. People with diabetes need to be extra careful with what they eat and how much they eat. An ideal diabetes diet should be a balanced mix of high-fibre foods, complex carbs and proteins. Herbs are good for diabetes too. And Neem is one such herb that is known for the treatment of diabetes. 

 

Here’s how Neem can help with diabetes. 

Neem is widely available everywhere across India. Neem is profusely rich with antiseptic and healing properties.And has extensively been a part of Indian and Chinese medicines from ages. All parts of the neem tree- leaves, flowers, seeds, fruits and bark have medicinal properties. Be it inflammation, infections, fever, skin diseases or dental disorders, neem is used for everything. Studies claim that certain compounds of neem could be of benefit in diabetes mellitus in controlling blood sugar. It may also prove helpful in preventing or delaying the onset of the disease. 

 

 

If you are diabetic, then you should have neem sharbat daily, or chew a handful of neem leaves. Make sure to consult your doctor before including neem in your diet. Neem leaves are packed with flavonoids, triterpenoid and anti-viral compounds, which help manage blood sugar levels and ensure there is no surge in glucose.

 

Here's how you can make neem water at home: 

 

Boil 20 neem leaves in water for 5 minutes. Once the leaves appear soft, the water will turn green in colour. Strain and store this water in a container. Drink it twice a day. 

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