Mango Leaves

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A popular traditional option for the treatment and prevention of diabetes is the use of mango leaves, which possess certain anti-hyperglycemic effects, meaning that they can regulate the levels of glucose and insulin within the body. Mango leaves aren’t used as often as the fruit itself, but for this particular remedy, you’ll need the green parts of this exotic fruit. You can boil the leaves down in water before drinking the resultant mixture, or grind the dried leaves into a powder and consume this with milk or water once a day. This can help prevent the spikes and drops of blood sugar that often affect diabetes patients. Protection Status
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