I'll let you know when I try it out.
Maybe Thursday. If you eat food with these spices everyday, I can see that you'd see some benefit but I don't think I can incorporate all the spices into our food every
day. Check our Sherrine's post from this afternoon about
what she's been taking. I think supplements are a good way to get the increased amount needed for health benefits if you don't get the spice naturally in your cooking.
Some years ago I did buy cinnamon capsules but I didn't notice any effect on my blood sugar. But, of course, everyone is different and what didn't work for me, might work for someone else.
Inflammation seems to be prevalent in some conditions and I have read that tumeric is an anti-inflammatory, but, again, how much would I need to put on my food in order to benefit? This is where each person needs to see what works for him.
It's great that you've found a natural way to get the blood sugar lower. Those walks are certainly helping, too. Not only the blood sugar but your circulation, heart, respiration, everything. If you're walking on sand, it's even better according to what I read.
Laniediabetes moderatordiabetes type 2 controlled so far by diet and exercise
very low carb way of eating