A Natural Diabetes Treatment that Works! (HD) (CC)
A Natural Diabetes Treatment that Works! (HD) (CC)


Like. Share. Subscribe. [music] [music] Scientists have verified an effective treatment
for diabetes, and it’s not some newfangled, FDA approved
until it kills more people than they can ignore, pharmaceutical drug. No. This safe and effective treatment for diabetes
is called Indian gooseberry, known in Ayurvedic medicine as Amla (Emblica officinalis). Amla is an edible fruit grown on a deciduous
tree of the same name. It’s used as both a food and medicine in
India and other parts of Southeast Asia, where the traditional healing system called ‘Ayurveda’
was born, approximately 3,500 years ago. For those who have been seeking an alternative
to diabetes medications and their side-effects, this may be the treatment solution you’ve
been searching for. A 2011 study, published in the International
Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, confirmed what Ayurvedic practitioners have known for
ages: Amla normalizes blood glucose levels. In the study, powdered Amla was given to both
type 2 diabetics and non-diabetics and their fasting blood glucose levels were measured
and compared at the 3-week mark. Fasting blood glucose levels are usually measured
after 8 or more hours without food or liquids, with the exception of water. For the purposes of this study, the researchers
measured blood glucose levels only 2 hours after meals. The study participants were separated into
groups – diabetics and non-diabetics, who were then divided into sub-groups by the dosage
of powdered Amla they would be given daily. The dosages were measured by weight, in grams. Those in the 3 grams group, both with and without diabetes, not only had normal fasting blood glucose levels by day 21, but their
levels were significantly lower than those of diabetes patients taking the leading diabetes drug on the market – Glyburide (aka Diabeta and Micronase). Those in the 2 grams group, both with and
without diabetes, also had normal fasting blood glucose levels, but their levels were
slightly higher than those of patients taking the diabetes drug. Those in the 1 gram group, both with and without
diabetes, also had normal fasting blood glucose levels, but their levels were significantly
higher than those on the diabetes drug. The study also demonstrated that Amla significantly
lowered total cholesterol and triglycerides in both normal and diabetic volunteers. All participants in the 2 and 3 gram groups
improved their high-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels while lowering their low-density lipoprotein
cholesterol levels. This is important to note, because diabetes
tends to lower “good” cholesterol levels and raise triglycerides and “bad” cholesterol
levels, which increases the risk for heart disease and stroke in diabetes sufferers. This condition is called diabetic dyslipidemia,
which means your lipid profile is going in the wrong direction. And even though the 1 gram group didn’t
see a significant improvement in their lipid profile, their blood glucose levels were still normalized, which is quite a feat for such a small amount of fruit. 1 gram of powdered Amla is less than one gooseberry! Naturalness is not the only consideration. Glyburide has a plethora of side-effects,
including, but not limited to: dizziness,
difficulty swallowing, hives,
shortness of breath, tightness in the chest,
unusual tiredness or weakness, headaches,
diarrhea, nausea and vomiting,
and vomiting of blood. And, keep in mind, this list does not represent even half of the known side-effects for Glyburide and similar diabetes drugs. Amla, on the other hand, has no known side-effects and the FDA reports that there is no known drug interaction between Glyburide and Amla. As I said earlier, Amla has been eaten and
used as medicine for ages and, so far, no negative side-effects have been discovered in all this time. Whether you choose Amla or the drug treatment, price is not an issue. Glyburide is pretty cheap these days, especially if you buy it at a chain pharmacy, where a month supply can be as low as $4-8, depending on the dosage. Amla is even more inexpensive, especially
if you purchase it from an Indian grocery store. What makes Amla so appealing is its lack of side-effects. However, if you are already taking prescription
medications, and you wish to switch to Amla, it is critical that you consult your doctor
first. Some pharmaceutical drugs require a slow weaning process, and you’ll need your doctor’s assistance and monitoring for that. The Amla study published by the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition is just one study, however, it validates previous Amla studies as well as centuries worth of anecdotal evidence and first-person testimonials. In short, when it comes to successfully treating diabetes without suffering any negative side-effects, Amla works! This video is based on the August 2015 article “A Natural Diabetes Treatment that Works!”, the link is in the description box below. If you’d like to see more videos on alternative medicine, like and share this video with your social network. If you have any questions or comments about this video, post it below or email me at [email protected], tweet me on Twitter, or post to our Google+ page. Subscribe to Holistic Health & Living to receive email updates each time we upload a new video.

6 thoughts on “A Natural Diabetes Treatment that Works! (HD) (CC)”

  1. Infopowers says:

    I've been taking Amla now for about 6 months and my A1C usually comes in at 5.9 and the only downside to the Amla I have found is that it is very sour.

  2. Infopowers says:

    6.4- 6.6

  3. Samina Yousufuddin says:

    Ma'am are you referring Amla as gooseberry?

  4. Mrs Plant says:

    I have been taking amla powder (3/4 t) for 2 days now. I will report back in 21 days.

  5. James McDonough says:

    Just found your channel, without the education or research less oxygen=more cancer.

  6. onyema mmm says:

    pls how can I see d Amla

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