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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Chinese Foods for Diabetes

A wide variety of Chinese foods and herbs have been reported to have effects in lowering blood sugar and treating diabetes. For instance, India wheat or Siberian buckwheat, Nan gua or cushaw, Green tea, Asian ginseng and egg white soup, Jiao gu lan tea (Gynostemma pentaphyllum herb), Digupi or lycium root bark tea, and Lycium fruit all have reputed properties in treating diabetes.

As an example, one suggested remedy is Asian ginseng and egg white soup. Combine 3 grams of Asian ginseng and one egg white. Add boiling water to make a soup. Take this no more than once a day.

These and more herbal remedies are available from the volumes of Dr. Leung’s newsletter, of the same name as this blog ( Leung’s Chinese Herb News). This newsletter was published and sent to subscribers (most were industry-insiders) from 1996 to 2004. The collected works now serve as an excellent reference work, created with Dr. Leung’s frank, honest opinions and down-to-earth communication style.

For more information about Dr. Leung and his writings, visit http://www.earthpower.com/. To order the newsletter containing the remedies mentioned above, visit the bookstore, click “Buy Now” on the newsletter, and select Issue # 11 from the drop down list.

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