how to escape amputation due to diabetes by drinking green barley

Is there a cure for diabetes? None yet, but you can manage it by drinking green barley. It can also help you escape amputation!
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One of the most sought after answers by humankind today is how to find the cure for diabetes.  The sad truth is that, there’s no cure for diabetes yet, but it can be managed.

Three ways to deal with diabetes:
#1 Eat Right
For starters, diabetes is propagated by the amount of insulin in your body. Insulin is a vital in the conversion of glucose to energy. Therefore, taking foods with high glucose (sugar) content like cookies and ice cream or fatty foods will only make things worse. Stick to a balanced diet and make sure you take foods rich in iron calcium, zinc, magnesium and vitamins. Consume plenty of water and forget about alcohol. Try and incorporate “super foods” like green barley in your diet. Green barley is a high source of nutrients, minerals and vitamins that help the body combat diseases while maintaining the right weight. Whether you have Type I or Type II diabetes, green barley juice will help stabilize your blood sugar. Eating right is not only good for your health but it also reduces your chances of gaining weight. We have a lot of testimonials wherein clients with diabetes were saved from amputation.
#2 Work out
As earlier stated, diabetes is a metabolism disorder. The slower your metabolism the worse things could get. Therefore, engage is simple exercises especially cardiovascular exercises to improve your heart rate and boost your overall metabolism. Additionally, working out helps you lose excess body weight which is a plus in fighting this disorder. It is however recommended that you consult your physician before engaging in any workout program. This is detrimental in determining the right kind of exercise routine to follow.
#3 Get Routine Care
It is recommended that you pay a visit to your physician regularly. This way, you can have you blood pressure checked, your weight checked, a cholesterol test among other physical examinations that help you monitor your overall health status.