Fasting for Diabetes

Diabetics can juice fast using slices of bananas and avocados to balance the blood sugar level.  Spirulina is also exceedingly beneficial for balancing blood sugar levels. The trick to balancing blood sugar levels is drink smaller amounts of juice timed 20 to 30 minutes apart. Fruit juices are better due to the fact that they have fructose a much slower release sugar than the glucose in carrots. But if you drink the juice slowly, your blood sugar levels can be maintained. A study published in the journal Diabetes Care in 2003 looked at 60 men and women with Type 2 diabetes who were taking diabetes pills. The participants took either 1, 3, or 6 grams of cassia cinnamon or a placebo, in capsule form, for 40 days. After this time, blood glucose levels dropped between 18% and 29% in all three groups that received cinnamon. However, only the participants who had taken the smallest amount of cinnamon (1 gram) continued to have improved blood glucose levels 20 days after they stopped taking it, for reasons the researchers didn’t quite understand.  So add cinnamon to your fruit juices if you are diabetic to help control your blood sugar during juice fasting.


I am on fruit+vegetable fast for the last 8 days, i am feeling great, I am a diabetic yesterday my diabetes was 110(fasting) I have reduces the medicines to 1/4 of actual dose and planning to leave the medicines in a day/two.

That is great news, expect the results to get better and better each day.  Tom

Now I have entered 10th day of fasting and feeling fine I have left my medicines completely. I am Taking Juices of gaurd+tomatto+carrot+Spinach+Lemon+Oranges around 5 times a day appx 1.25 ltrs. in complete day.

Just to test Yesterday I have taken 150ML of pure Apple Juice+75 ML of water at 8PM then I checked my B/Sugar at 8:15PM it was 181 then at 10PM( After 2hrs) it was 122. That clearly shows that my system has started reducing sugar on its own without the support of any medicine. I think it is an achievement within a span of 10 Days.*
Once Again “Thanks a lot for your support”


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