Is bay leaf tea good for diabetes?

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Many people prefer bay leaf tea to control diabetes, and it also helps in reducing plasma glucose level and the cholesterol level. Consuming 1-3 grams of bay leaves per day can help in controlling diabetes, and a proper dietary guideline is a must when including bay leaf tea in your daily routine. Consuming it for 30 days would display positive results in managing diabetes.

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I recently got tested postitve for diabetes and I am trying to seek natural ways to get cured. Many of my friend shave told me that diabetes is incurabl eand the it can only be controlled. I did som eresearch on bay leaves tea and found that it is good fo r diabetics. Can somebody please tell me if this is true ? It would be nice to know from someone who has alread yused it as a cure.

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Answered on June 7, 2018 5:39 am
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Hey there! Sad to hear about your positive test results…

My dad was detected of diabetes when I was 25 years old. He started taking a lot of medicines. One day, his friend adviced him to try some natural remedies. After some research dad started taking bay leaf tea every day regularly. Although initally there were no effects, after a month his blood glucose and cholesterol reports were a proof of the tea’s effect. He then continued it for some more time.
Once he saw the results from natural remedies, he started visitng a naturopath who asked him to add avocado, blueberry, and broccoli to the daily diet plan. I am 30 years old now.. and I do not see any drastic changes in his blood sugar levels. Therefore, I think that some natural remedies for certain diseases do go a long way!

P.S.: I suggest you to start drinking bay leaf tea or including bay leaf tea in your diet and check it for one month. However, if your body’s system is too sensitive, it is better to check with your doctor before opting for it because I guess you’ll have to follow some strict diet for it.

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