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Chelation Therapy for Diabetes

Chelation Therapy is a safe, effective and relatively inexpensive treatment for the restoration of blood flow for the elimination of toxins and heavy metals (e.g. lead, mercury cadmium and iron) from the body. These toxins are often related to hypertension. The procedure involves a simple intravenous infusion of Ethylene Diamine Tetra-Acetic Acid (EDTA), and other […]

Cod Fish for Diabetics

Cod fish (genus Gadus) refers to species of types of fish under the genus Gadus but usually pertain to the edible fishes Atlantic cod and the Pacific cod. These are the two types of Cod fish which are famous as a food for their mild taste and a solid, peeling white flesh. The livers of […]

Santol Good for Diabetics

Santol fruit is round yellow fruit with a white juicy sweet sour soft sub acid tissue. When the fruit is not ripe, the flesh is even sourer. The sourness of the fruit is not what makes santol good for diabetics. Instead, the santol is good for diabetics because it is fiber rich and has a […]

Dasheen Good for Diabetics

Dasheen (Colocassia esculenta) or Taro is an edible starchy tuberous root from the Callaloo Plant. The leaves of the plant are also used as vegetable. Callaloo Plant also called Taro plant is tropical plant that has been famous for its nutritious contents and other health benefits. Dasheen or taro root can be cooked with lentils, […]

Mabolo Fruit for Diabetics

More popularly known as velvet apple and Butter fruit and locally known as mabolo, the Diospyros blancoi fruit grows from a medium size tree normally called kamagong that reaches a high of 20 meteres and with leaves described as leathery, oblong shape and large. The fruit on the other hand is a round fleshy reddish […]

Alugbati Ointment

Also known as Basella genus, grapes spinach and mushrooms Kwai, Alugbati is a wild smooth herbaceous vine endemic in the Philippines, which is characterized by its pleasant mild spinach flavour that has traditionally been popular to locals for its numerous healing effects. Aside from being a good source of vitamins and minerals (e.g. calcium, iron […]

Siniguelas Nutrients

Also known as red mombin, Spanish plum, purple plum, java plum, red plum, purple mombin or wild plum, Sineguelas a tropical fruit that grows in shrub requiring little cultivation that is seasonally common during summer. The fruit is popular for its medicinal uses and health benefits. It is high in calcium, phosphorus, ascorbic acid and […]

An Ode to Oats

As kids, it never stood a chance – compared to the bright, colorful cereal boxes adorned with smiling, friendly cartoon characters, the grey, slimy mush infamously known as “oatmeal-it’s-good-for-you” is almost always met with a “Yuck!” or “Ew!” from the younger eaters at the breakfast table. Related terms:benefits of oat bran for diabetesoat bran blood […]

Health Benefits of Pechay

Pak Choy, Bok Choy, Chinese cabbage or pechay is a crunchy green leafy vegetable that is commonly added in many Asian cuisines. The sturdy fibrous leaves of pechay is usually added in soups and stews, whereas the tender inner leaves may be eaten raw. The Korean delicacy “kimchi” is especially popular dish made primarily of […]

Health Benefits of Lemonsito

Lemonsito, Cotrofortunella mitis or more popularly known as calamansi is a citrus fruit that is grown in the Philippines in practically any type of soil and climate. The plant is shrub that usually starts to bear fruit after two years. Related terms:lemonsitolemonsito juicebenefits of lemonsitolemonsito benefitslemonsito health benefitslemonsito dietbenefits of lemonsito juicehealth benefits of calamansihealth […]