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    Get some sun. A known vitamin that helps with preventing diabetes is Vitamin D. The best part about it, you can get it free by taking a walk outside every 2 to 3 days. Only 5 to 10 minutes of exposure at a time is enough to give you your recommended amount of Vitamin D. However, if getting your Vitamin D the natural way is not feasible, go for a supplement. Daily dosage need not exceed 800 to 1200 IU per day; amounts over the recommended dosage may potentially cause harm.

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    Boost your insulin level. Insulin helps to get rid of sugar in the blood. Taking Vitamin E strengthens your insulin to perform this task better. Vitamin E also helps blood platelets not to clump so that the heart does not become overworked. This is important for prevention of diabetes as many people with diabetes are two times as likely to develop heart disease.

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    Filter excess sugar with Vitamin C. This vitamin, like Vitamin E, helps the insulin in your body to filter sugar out of your bloodstream and it also helps insulin to penetrate the individual cells in the body. This process helps in lowering blood sugar.

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    Eat more grapefruit. Foods such as grapefruit, whole wheat products, apples and tomatoes all have the mineral chromium in them. Chromium is useful in preventing diabetes because it helps insulin work more effectively, thus lowering blood sugar. A number of studies have shown there is a link between having a chromium deficiency and diabetes.

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    Drink your milk. Scientists from Harvard University have conducted studies that show that the combination of calcium along with Vitamin D help your chances for preventing diabetes. Regularly drinking and eating foods that have high amounts of calcium in them helps to lower your blood sugar and may aide in reversing the onset of diabetes.



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    Aw, this is a very excellent posting.

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    Diabetes, which occurs when sugar in your bloodstream is abnormally high, affects millions every year. If left untreated, this disease can affect various areas of the body and can lead to blindness, heart disease, kidney failure and even death. However, scientists have conducted studies over the years showing that prevention is possible by including certainvitamins in your diet or the use of supplements.

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    Thanks for these great tips. Excelent!

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    Vitamin C and Vitamin E are the two vitamins that will best aid in diabetes care. They are both antioxidants capable of neutralizing or inactivates free radicals stored in the body. Free radicals are the "termites" inside our body that can cause serious health problems. They are common residents within a person who are having poor metabolism, exposed to pollution, ultra violet lights and x-ray.

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    Im not sure if vitamin can really cure or prevent diabetes, but im sure this is a good way to keep your body strong vitamins are really important and people only take them when they feel bad and it shouldnt be like this :/

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    A couple other key nutrients for diabetes include cinnamon and fiber! Cinnamon extract can assist with proper insulin function, support fasting glucose levels, blood pressure and metabolism of cholesterol and triglycerides.

    Extra fiber or at least making sure you are getting plenty daily (30-50g) is important in your body's ability to slow the digestion process which is favorable for blood sugar levels after you eat.

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    Very helpful and nice post thanx for sharing.

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