These 4 types of tea are helpful in controlling diabetes

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Akshat Gupta

8 months ago


1:Green Tea

Green tea contains antioxidants that reduce inflammation and cell damage in the body and may also help manage insulin levels. One study found that individuals who consumed six or more cups of green tea daily had a 33% lower risk of type 2 diabetes. In addition, green tea can help control weight. You can add a pinch of nutmeg to your green tea, which helps accelerate weight loss and improve sleep.

2: Hibiscus-Tee

Hibiscus tea is also called hibiscus tea and in English it is called hibiscus tea. If you want to control blood sugar, then definitely consume sour tea daily. Made from hibiscus flowers, this tea contains polyphenol antioxidants that are helpful in reducing blood pressure levels and inflammation. Along with this, weight also decreases and other problems caused by diabetes are also relieved.

3: Black Tea

Black tea may also help manage insulin levels. Black tea contains theflavins and therabigins, which are rich in anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and blood sugar lowering properties. According to research, consuming 2-3 cups of black tea can help improve insulin secretion, which naturally manages sugar levels.

4: Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon is not only used to enhance the taste of food but it is also effective in reducing blood sugar levels. Cinnamon has many medicinal ingredients. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which is beneficial in type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance. Adding a pinch of cinnamon to tea can help reduce obesity, improve heart health, lower triglycerides, and lower sugar levels.