Following are some results for those who are interested in natural remedies.
Recent Nobel Prize-winning medical research has revealed that the root cause of Autoimmune diseases (such as type 1 diabetes) may be important nutrients missing from our diet. Apparently, the cells that perform the immune system monitoring are continuously checking the status of other cells in the body, by "reading" the glycoforms that cover the surface of every cell. Those glycoforms are made of 8 simple sugars. Of the 8 simple sugars, today's diet only provides the two: Glucose and Galactose. Since we typically don't consume the other six (Mannose, Xylose, Fucose, N-Acetyl-Glucosamine, N-Acetyl-Galactosamine, N-Acetyl-Neuraminic Acid), our bodies must create them through a sequence of complex enzymatic chemical reactions that consume energy. Glyconutrients help resolve this issue.
A water-soluble compound in cinnamon acts like insulin and improves the glucose metabolism.
Recognized for its hypoglycemic effect in the Journal of Nutrition (2003) and many other resources.
Improves blood sugar control, "may decrease the required dose of insulin" in many health publications.
"Significantly reduced the blood sugar and and improved the glucose tolerance" according to European Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 1990.
Causes a "significant reduction" in blood sugar in people with diabetes, according to reports from various resources.
Increases cellular insulin receptivity and insulin binding.