Black Pepper to Ginger: 6 spices to reduce high blood sugar

Black Pepper to Ginger are 6 spices promoting blood sugar control. Compounds like piperine, gingerol enhance insulin sensitivity

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Allicin, the active ingredient in garlic, possesses anti-diabetic properties. It may increase insulin sensitivity and reduce insulin resistance

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Black Pepper

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Fenugreek seeds are known for their soluble fiber content, which slows down carbohydrate digestion and absorption leading to gradual glucose release and improved insulin response

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Contains bioactive compounds that enhance insulin sensitivity, helping to regulate blood sugar levels. It may lower fasting blood sugar and improve glucose tolerance

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Rich in gingerol, ginger exhibits anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It can increase insulin sensitivity, leading to improved glucose uptake by cells

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Oregano contains compounds like flavonoids and polyphenols that have been linked to glucose-lowering effects. These antioxidants may help increase insulin sensitivity

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