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27 reviewsNaavudi Blood Sugar Support has been reported as helping to lower blood sugar levels by helping to adjust insulin sensitivity. It can also help to reduce cravings for simple carbohydrates and sweets which can improve physical adaptability and reduce stress. 58-B60-BSS
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Naavudi For Blood Sugar Support. 550 mg / 120 Capsules
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Introducing all natural Naavudi - 120 capsules, specifically formulated to support healthy blood sugar*
Help maintain healthy blood sugar levels*
Support insulin sensitivity*
Promote blood glucose metabolism*
Reduce cravings for simple carbohydrates and sweets*
Improve physical adaptability and reduce stress*
* This is what we expect to see... Results may vary.
How it Works...
Naavudi contains nine distinct herbs, each of which has long been used in traditional Asian medicine. It can help anyone suffering from high-blood glucose levels, from glycosuria, or even from Type 2 Diabetes, to keep their blood-glucose levels within reasonable bounds:
Naavudi is a Synergistic Combination of Nine Natural Ingredients:
Malabar Kino Bark
is from a large, broad-leafed tree that grows in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. It has been used for many centuries in Indian Ayurveda medicine as a treatment for diabetes. Its active ingredient is a flavonoid, epicatechin, which is believed to mimic the action of insulin and to operate as a strong antioxidant and to improve the functioning of red blood cells and the circulation of blood. Some researchers propose that epicatechin should be considered to be a vitamin. It has also been found to be beneficial for heart health, and for reducing the risk of strokes due to blood clotting.
Melon is a vegetable that has been used for both cooking and medicinal purposes in India, China, and Africa. It has many trace vitamins and minerals, and considerable amounts of Vitamin C. Some studies have shown that bitter-melon extracts can lower blood-glucose levels in humans and in laboratory animals. It has been studied at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as a possible treatment for diverse human ailments ó cancer, diabetes, fever, and even HIV/AIDS. Historically, bitter melon has been used as an aid to digestion.
has been used by human for at least six millennia. Its extracts can slow the stomachís absorption of sugars, and can stimulate the pancreasís production of insulin; both of these effects are very helpful for diabetics.
Java Plum is a fruit that naturally grows across the Indian Subcontinent and in Southeast Asia. The fruit is a traditional Indian Ayurveda medical remedy for diabetes and glycosuria, high blood pressure, and digestive upsets. It has been studied in clinical trials, and some researchers have reported considerable success in lowering blood-glucose levels with it. Active chemical agents in Java Plum seeds are said to include jambosine, an alkaloid, and jambolin aka antimellin, a glycoside that is claimed to halt the digestive conversion of starches into glucose.
Indian Lila also called Neem, has been used in India for two millennia to treat diabetic high-blood glucose levels and to improve the liverís efficacy in cleansing the blood.
Kutki Root is from an herb that grows high in the Himalayan foothills and mountains of Kashmir, Sikkim, and Nepal. It has long been used in Indian Ayurveda Medicine, primarily for digestive ailments; it has been overharvested without sufficient replanting, putting the survival of this plant species into jeopardy. CLE Holistic Health maintains its own plot of Kutki, thereby helping to keep this valuable plant from becoming extinct.
Holy basil has been used for at least three thousand years in traditional Indian Ayurveda Medicine to heal many different ailments. Its extracts are helpful in strengthening human adaption to stress, and in lengthening peopleís lifespan. Its extracts contain potent antioxidants, and have been found to have antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory effects; they have been used to treat bronchitis, fevers, common colds, and digestive ailments. They are also being clinically studied for benefits in diabetes therapy, and for cancer patients who are undergoing radiation therapy.
Gurmarbooti is a perennial woody climbing plant that grows in Central and Southern Indian tropical forests; but ancient Greeks and Romans already knew it as a healing herb. Since chewing the plantís leaves curtails a personís ability to taste sweetness, due to saponins in the leaves, its name in Hindi translates into English as Ďsugar destroyer.í Its extracts have been used for many centuries in traditional Indian Ayurveda Medicine as a treatment for diabetes, as a diuretic, as a remedy for indigestion, and as a general health tonic. Gurmarbooti extracts contain many active pharmacological ingredients, notably Gymnemic Acid; they act in several ways to lower blood-glucose levels, by stimulating the pancreas to produce more insulin, by curtailing the effects of adrenaline on the liver in producing glucose, and by enhancing the body cellsí uptake of glucose.
Indian Bay Leaf
The Indian bay leaf has been used medicinally since ancient times as a treatment for a broad range of conditions, including high blood sugar.
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