Hey thanks for the reply i am always trying to help when i can and one more thing that i take is flax seed oil capsules for the omega 3 for a least thirteen years and my cholesterol is great there is one other super food blend that i use . firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
I bet most of you have not heard about taking CINNAMON to lower your sugar in your blood, i am a diabetic of almost two years and i took my self off of the metformin because of the side affects i no longer have sweats and diabetic shakes because the cinnamon works faster and will not take me to low, i need to loose more weight and my doctor says we will win this battle, one third of a T-spoon of cinnamon after every meal and it should help your sugar stay low, when i watch my carb intake i stay between 80s and 90s so watch those carbs, and eat more fruit and veggies, and watch the meat intake, instead take a protein power and you will feel good and look good, Oh YeahView Thread
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