Friday, April 25, 2014

Juice For Lower Your Blood Sugar...!!

There are two big risk factors for high blood pressure that are beyond your control: age and family genetics. What can you control? Everything else, which involves making smart lifestyle choices, such as being physically active, reducing your sodium intake, and eating healthfully.

If you're already doing those things, you're on the right track. But you can still kick it up a notch by watching what you quaff: These six drinks can contribute to a drop in blood pressure, especially in combination with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Beet Juice:

 Drinking beetroot juice is a simple remedy to lower metabolic syndrome which is a condition that includes high blood sugar.

Green Apple:

Mix green apple with bitter gourd and celery to prepare a diabetic special juice. Add some lemon juice to prepare the perfect and tasty juice.

Red Grapefruit:

The red grapefruit has antioxidants which can help lower high blood sugar levels naturally.

Tomato Juice:

 The red and tangy tomato juice is healthy for diabetics. It helps balance blood sugar levels as it has lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.

Watermelon Juice:

Rich in water and very low in sugar and calories, watermelon juice is one of the best juices for diabetics.

Berries Juice:

Berries are acidic fruits which can naturally lower the raised blood sugar levels. Cranberries, strawberries, raspberries, pomegranates, kiwi and oranges are healthy acidic fruits for diabetics.

Lemon Juice:

If prepared without sugar, lemon juice can be really beneficial for reducing high blood sugar levels in the body.

Prune Juice

Prune juice is the juice of choice for alleviating constipation because it’s rich in the sugar alcohol sorbitol, which has a natural laxative effect. Prune juice is also a good source of potassium, a mineral that may help reduce blood pressure and the risk of osteoporosis. If you have type 2 diabetes, though, it is best to avoid prune juice and other fruit juices because of the high sugar concentration. And if you suffer from diarrhea-predominant IBS, it’s likely you’ll need to avoid prune juice because it’s a possible trigger.


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