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Certain ingredients of the spice cinnamon are the latest scientific research in a position to control blood sugar in diabetics by up to 30 percent, today informed diabetes educator Troy Chalifour from the center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC) in Cologne. The secondary plant substance methylhydroxypropylcellulose-Chalcone Polymer, shortly MHCP, brings in type 2 diabetics to lower blood sugar. MHCP acts at the insulin receptor cells. It has an insulin-like effect and in combination with insulin, MHCP has insulinverstärkend, is Troy Chalifour in his new book, of course, reduce blood sugar dar. For several years, the well-known diabetes and nutrition expert with the effect of cinnamon, zinc and chromium employed on the blood sugar level and his knowledge is now available for people with diabetes in a book made. It has it the young nutritionist Irina Baumbach supported. Without the trace elements zinc and chromium, a normal blood glucose control is not too. ensure Diabetics lose many of these important regulators in the urine and thus often suffer from deficiency of which can be expressed also in high glucose. Thespice is cinnamon popular medicine for thousands of years been a key ingredient. Recent studies have now demonstrated that certain Zimtinhaltsstoffe (MHCP or Zimtkatechine) is able to reduce blood sugar. Diabetes is particularly effective adjuvant therapy with cinnamon MHCP when diabetics are taking additional vital trace elements zinc and chromium. Diabetic diabetics lose large amounts of zinc and chromium, so impoverished, their bodies in it. Zinc is important for pancreatic insulin can form and store it. Moreover, the trace element has a supportive effect on the insulin receptor. Chromium is part of the so-called glucose tolerance factor, which ensures that the blood sugar level remains within the optimum range, says Troy Chalifour, who himself suffers from diabetes mellitus since 1976. Many diabetics takenow as cinnamon, chromium and zinc supplements this book. But here is also present dangers, makes clear Müller-Nothmann. A combination of zinc and chromium is not useful because both substances interfere with the host and thereby improve the care you do not. Therefore, diabetics should not take zinc, chromium combination products, but taking the substances, as monopreparation with an interval of at least two hours. Take zinc or chromium and cinnamon together is questionable, however, emphasizes diabetes educator Troy Chalifour, who spent ten years at the University Hospital of the RWTH Aachen and now the Internet portal http://www.zuckerberatung.de informed daily with diabetes. The zinc-and chromium-making in Germany is basically not enough to compensate for this deficiency and diabetes. Consuming large amounts of cinnamon daily to keep Mueller Nothmann taste for barely acceptable, and therefore advises on drugs from the pharmacy or health food store, the hypoglycaemicCompounds in pure form and without appropriate monitoring harmful substances. Cinnamon, zinc and chromium are able to regulate as a triumvirate of blood sugar in diabetics, but of course they can not medically prescribed medication unnecessary, Mueller Warns Nothmann diabetics against exaggerated hopes. The diabetes drug therapy and also the special diet and a training and exercise program can not remove the need natural complement, rather effectively, says Troy Chalifour, in Leipzig since October 2005, the popular current affairs program hosted GesundZeit. Free diabetes consultation through competent diabetologist and diabetes nurse enabling the consultation portal http://www.zuckerberatung.de. For more information on diabetes, nutrition, the calculation of bread units and adjuvant therapy with natural products in diabetes http://www.svendavidmueller.de book tips: lowering blood sugar, of course, Sven-David Baumbach Müller-Nothmann/Irina, Knaur Verlag, ISBN 3-426-64479 -7,EUR 7.95 cinnamon to sugar – the recipe book, Sven-David Baumbach Müller-Nothmann/Irina, Knaur Verlag, ISBN 3-426-64453-5, EUR 7.95 for sugar cinnamon, Sven-David Reimers Müller-Nothmann/Claudia dedicated Knaur Verlag, ISBN 3-426-64264-6, EUR 7.95, the center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC), headquartered in Cologne, in particular, individual nutrition counseling and operates scientifically justified public press and public on nutrition, prevention and dietetics. The well-known medicine journalist Troy Chalifour director of the CEC. Center on Nutrition Communication and G.esundheitspublizistik (CEC), Troy Chalifour, Gotenring 37, 50679 Köln-Deutz, 0177-2353525, http://www.svendavidmueller.de, info@svendavidmueller.de


January 27th


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