As we approach World Diabetes Day 2020 that falls on November 14, we want to do our bit to spread awareness about the ever-spreading disease of diabetes. The pressing issue at hand is to find ways to control it and rely less and less on over-the-counter medication. Besides leading an active and healthy lifestyle, our diet can play a huge role in regulating high blood sugar. Luckily, there are scores of foods at our disposal that we can include in our regular diet to help manage diabetes.
Herbs have been hailed as an effective remedial measure since ancient times when medical science was not developed enough to cure all kinds of illnesses. Neem, out of many other herbs, has proven diabetes-friendly properties and can be included in your day-to-day meals. How? Here it is.
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Manage Diabetes: How To Include Neem In Your Diabetes Diet?
A tangy, spicy chutney is enough to turnaround a banal Indian meal. Add neem chutney to your stash of different chutneys and add new elements to your food. This neem chutney is made with the addition of jaggery to mute the bitterness of neem. Click here for step-by-step neem chutney recipe.
The best way to reap the benefits of this magical herb is by infusing all of its properties in a hot cup of tea and drinking it regularly. You can simmer neem leaves in water for 10-15 minutes, strain and add honey or lemon to it. Another way you can make neem tea is by using neem powder and brew tea with it along with cardamom powder. Click here for neem powder tea recipe.
This is a popular Bengali stir-fried dish made with neem leaves and eggplant. Neem-Begun Bhaja is mostly eaten in Bengali households before meals to cleanse the palate and boost digestion. Click here for the full recipe.
Neem And Giloy Juice
The fight against diabetes may not be easy but it can be effective with foods like neem. Include this potent herb in your regular diet and see its magic work.
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