I am diabetic and a sure way to loose weight fast is cut the carbs, exercise, and take a third of a T-spoon of cinnamon after every meal and it will knock down your blood sugar, i take the cinnamon for my diabetes and it keeps my level between 80 and 90 depending how much carbs i take in for that day i do not take medication, with a super food blend powder and the cinnamon i feel great and the weight is coming off due to the exercise also, when i told my doctor that i stopped taking metforman and was taking cinnamon instead he was shocked to see how fast the cinnamon help to shed the weight by taking the sugar out of my body,and that's the whole truth and nothing but the truth.View Thread
Hi i am not a person to take a lot of medication because it will do you more harm to take the medication so i take the cinnamon and it works for my diabetes and if you check there are people all over the world that take cinnamon along with there diabetes medications so if you do a little research you will find the truth.View Thread
Barb there is a product called Natraburst that is made up of veggies and fruit, no sugar no additives no preservatives is the most wonderful natural product that i have ever put in to my body, i will tell you more about it if you e mail me a firstname.lastname@example.org also my mother has short term memory loss from a brain operation and one of the surgeons suggested tumeric and i believe that it is doing what he said would happen and my mother is 81 years of age going on thirty five,the darker the green the better because want to keep your body in a alkaline state to keep your natural healing process working properly .View Thread
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