Fenugreek

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Some people have a measurably faster metabolic speed when it comes to breaking down carbohydrates and starches, many of which break down into simple sugars, flooding the bloodstream with glucose. If your pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin to counter that burst of simple sugars, diabetes can result, followed by a crash. Fenugreek seeds have pancreas-stimulating properties that have been proven to balance sugar levels and help manage diabetic symptoms. You can chew on fenugreek seeds before every meal to optimize digestion and ensure that your insulin levels are appropriate.

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