Alfalfa

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Although formal research into alfalfa’s impact on diabetes is limited, it is a popular traditional remedy with a large amount of anecdotal evidence. Many of the unique organic compounds found in alfalfa appear to have a regulatory effect on blood sugar levels and optimize the digestive process. Alfalfa seeds are relatively easy to find, and can be crushed into a powder before being consumed. Mix the powder in a glass of water and drink this concoction once a day. This should help to keep your blood sugar regulated and balanced throughout the day.

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