Diabetes Type 2 Support
Diabetes Type 2 Support
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Diabetes Type 2 Support

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Increasing One Diabetes Type 2 Support (14 Day Supply) is formulated with high quality natural ingredients to help support healthy blood sugar levels in addition to a healthy diet. 

Includes: 14 tea bags per container 

Personal Blend: I like to add 3-4 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and honey to taste. **Recommended to use STEVIA to enhance taste.  

Ingredients: Fenugreek, Aloe Vera Leaf, Cinnamon, Curcumin, Holy Basil, Bilberry, Yarrow, Milk Thistle, Ginseng.


What is diabetes?

If you have diabetes, your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from foods you eat. The cells of your body need glucose for energy. A hormone called insulin helps the glucose get into your cells.

How do the foods I eat affect my blood sugar levels?

The sugar in your blood comes from certain foods called carbohydrates, or "carbs." Foods that are high in carbs include candy and sweets, sodas, breads, tortillas, and white rice. The more carbs you eat, the higher your blood sugar level will be.

Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, making the right food choices is an important way to keep your blood sugar at a healthy level. When you control your blood sugar, you lower your chance of having serious health problems from diabetes, such as vision loss and heart problems.

And if you have prediabetes or are at risk for diabetes, eating foods that keep your blood sugar levels healthy may help prevent type 2 diabetes later on.

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Fenugreek seeds may be helpful for people with diabetes. The seeds contain fiber and other chemicals that may slow digestion and the body's absorption of carbohydrates and sugar. The seeds may also help improve how the body uses sugar and increases the amount of insulin released (Source Healthline).

Aloe Vera Leaf

Aloe Vera is one of the most prized ingredients in the world of traditional medical practice. But did you know that aloe vera is great for the diabetics too?! Yes, several studies from around the world suggest that aloe vera contains compounds like lectins, mannans and anthraquinones, which may help control blood glucose level in people with diabetes. It is also known to safeguard and repair the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas (Source Healthline). 


Depending on the size of the meal and how many carbs it contains, blood sugar levels can rise pretty dramatically after you eat.

These blood sugar fluctuations can increase levels of oxidative stress and inflammation, which tend to do a lot of damage to your body’s cells and put you at risk of chronic disease (14Trusted Source, 15Trusted Source).

Cinnamon can help keep these blood sugar spikes after meals in check. Some researchers say it does this by slowing down the rate at which food empties out of your stomach.

In those with diabetes, either the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin or cells do not respond to insulin properly, leading to high blood sugar levels.

Cinnamon may help lower blood sugar and fight diabetes by imitating the effects of insulin and increasing glucose transport into cells (6Trusted Source).



Turmeric’s active component, curcumin, is credited with many of the spice’s purported benefits.

A 2013 reviewTrusted Source of studies suggests that curcumin can decrease the level of glucose in blood, as well as other diabetes-related complications. Researchers also found that curcumin may have a role in diabetes prevention. 

Other researchTrusted Source suggests that turmeric extract could help stabilize blood sugar levels and make diabetes more manageable. It may also provide general health benefits, such as in aiding digestion.


Traditionally, bilberry leaves have been used to control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Research shows that all berries help reduce the body's glucose response after eating a high sugar meal. Studies suggest bilberry may be effective for managing blood sugar levels, particularly when combined with oatmeal.

Milk Thistle

Medical research suggests that milk thistle, combined with traditional treatment, can improve diabetes. Studies have shown a decrease in blood sugar levels and an improvement in cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes.

Researchers also have found that milk thistle improved insulin resistance, a key part of type 2 diabetes.