How to use bitter kola for diabetes? is bitter kola good for diabetes patient?
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A diabetic patient want to enquire of bitter kola can cure diabetes.
From my mailbox:
Hello doctor, this is Tunde writing from Osun State. I am 40 years old and I have had diabetes for the past 10 years. Yes I am on anti-diabetic medications and I am complaint with therapy. Just recently I read on the internet that bitter kola can cure diabetes it has a blood sugar lowring effect…The writer said diabetes who chew bitter kola every morning were found to have better controlled blood sugar than those that don’t.
Doctor , it is true that bitter kola is good for diabetes? I want to know since I intend adding it to my regimen.
Thank you for reaching out. Bitter kola has numerous health benefits and medicinal properties. One of its health benefits is its blood sugar lowering effect. According to research findings, bitter kola is very good for type 2 diabetes because it increase the blood insulin levels which helps to lower blood glucose and control diabetes. Yes, bitter kola is good for diabetics but it does not cure diabwtes, far from it.
How does bitter kola control blood sugar?
Garcinia kola or bitter kola contain a chemical substance called kolaviron. According to research findings, kolaviron has been shown to have anti – diabetic, anti-lipid or cholesterol and anti-bacterial property. This means location found in #bitter #kola is responsible for the blood glucose lowering ability of bitter kola. Eating bitter kola first thing in the morning before food can contribute to regulating your blood sugar and controlling your diabetes.
What about combining bitter kola with diabetic drugs?
The combo of anti-diabetic drugs like metformin with bitter kola may have a synergistic effect so it may tilt you to hypoglycemia. So, be careful in using it.
#Bitter kola is good for #diabetes…diabetics can chew it every morning to lower their blood sugar. It however does not mean that they should choose it over the recommended sugar drugs because #bitter kola cannot cure #diabetes.
CAVEAT: The information contained here should not take the place of proper medical consultations by a diabetologist or endocrinologist.
What is diabetes?
According to Clevelandclinic: “Diabetes happens when your body isn’t able to take up sugar (glucose) into its cells and use it for energy. This results in a build up of extra sugar in your bloodstream.
Poorly controlled diabetes can lead to serious consequences, causing damage to a wide range of your body’s organs and tissues – including your heart, kidneys, eyes and nerves.”
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