Is Corn Good for Diabetes?

Corn is a popular starchy vegetable that grows in a tall stalk.

Almost half of the world’s corn is produced in the U.S. Midwest with the rest coming from South America, China, and Eastern Europe.

From basic corn-on-the-cob to the high fructose corn syrup in your soda, corn products are everywhere.

Because corn is a staple food in many countries and it is grown so widely, it is usually inexpensive.

But while it is a staple, for people with diabetes, it doesn't make a good companion.

Corn Nutrition Facts

For one medium ear of cooked yellow sweet corn (103 g):

Calories: 99
Carbohydrates: 21.6 g
Fiber: 2.5 g
Protein: 3.5 g
Fat: 1.5 g

Corn is a starch and most starches are the high carb foods you want to avoid.

Yes, corn does contain some protein, fat, and fiber, but the 2.9 g of fiber pales in comparison to the 21.6 g of carbs!

Compare that to one medium carrot with 5.8 g carbs and 1.7 g fiber. Or medium head of cooked broccoli at 12.9 g carbs and 5.9 g fiber – these lower carb veggies are going to be much better for blood sugar and A1c control!

On the other hand, the carbohydrates in corn will be broken down into sugar and absorbed much quicker into your bloodstream. And it's those blood sugar highs that you want to avoid to reduce your risk of diabetic complications.

Corn Products Compared

Unfortunately, most of the products made from corn are also pretty high in carbohydrates.

Take a look at the variety of corn products on the market:

While the numbers do vary, all of these products fall into the “high carb” category. The exception may be the occasional corn tortilla, but even then you'd want to keep it to one tortilla only and pair it with proteins and fat.

When it comes to higher carb foods, they are best avoided. But if you are going to indulge, you must think about the serving sizes if you don't want to see your numbers skyrocket.

For instance, the corn tortilla contains 10.7 g of carbs (9.2 g net carbs). But that’s for just one small tortilla. How often do you go to a taco bar and only make one little taco?

That one little taco easily becomes three tacos and then you’re looking at over 30 g of carbs from the tortillas alone, without factoring in any additional toppings.

This is also true for snacks like corn chips or corn bread muffins. Most folks don’t stick to just one muffin or just one ounce of chips (around 10 chips) – a plate of nachos is often stacking up with several ounces of chips and all those carbs can add up fast, 20 grams of carbs turns to 40, 40 turns to 60, and 60 turns to 80 grams of carbs – it can happen easily with these high carb foods!

Corn flour and corn meal are often used in baking, but they are also very high in carbs. When you compare the 44.9 g of carbs in a half cup of corn flour to the 12 g of carbs in a half cup of low carb almond flour, there is just no competition.

One corn product not shown on the comparison chart is the infamous high fructose corn syrup.

Many soft drinks have 60-100 percent of their sugar content coming from high fructose corn syrup, which is incredibly high in carbs.

Twenty five grams of high fructose corn syrup contains 19 g of carbohydrates in the form of straight sugar, so you can see how sodas and sweet drinks can easily carry up to 50 g of carbs in a single serving.

In countries where high fructose corn syrup is available, or included in products, the prevalence of diabetes is 20% higher than countries that don't have access to it.

Most other research on corn is also based on it's byproduct, high fructose corn syrup, none of which is good. Suffice to say, there is no evidence showing the consumption of corn helps with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes treatment. That's not surprising since corn is a high carb food and high carb foods raise glucose, not lower it, which is your ultimate goal.

On the opposite spectrum, research shows a low carb diet is a great strategy for managing blood sugar, A1c, cholesterol, and body weight.

One study compared the effects of a low carb, high fat diet (14% of energy, less than 50 g of carbs per day) versus a high carb, low fat diet (53% of energy) for patients with type 2 diabetes.

The results showed that both diets did help improve A1c, weight and fasting glucose. But the low carb diet performed much better for overall glucose control, the participants also had lower cholesterol levels, and a greater reduction in medications required.

Another study examined how a low carb Mediterranean diet versus a low fat diet would affect the health of type 2 diabetics over several years.

The researchers found that the people adhering to the low carb Mediterranean diet (~43 g carbs per day) had lower A1C levels, a higher rate of diabetes remission, and a delayed need for diabetes medication when compared to the group on the low fat, high carb diet.

These studies really show the power of a low carb diet (and there are many more of them)! That's exactly why we base our dietary philosophy on a lower carb diet. And our weekly meal plans are helping people lower blood sugar and A1c!

“I just wanted to share my great results having been on this plan for only one month. 3 months ago my A1C was 8.7 and my recent blood work showed it at 7.4. My endocrinologist was very impressed and thinks I will be at the target level by my next testing in 3 months. I am excited to continue on this plan and maybe I can stop one of my injections. Thank you for your dedication to diabetes research and food plans.” ~Gloria G (VIP Member)


It is safe to say that corn doesn’t really fit well into a low carb, diabetes friendly diet plan.

Fats, proteins, and high fiber foods will stabilize your blood sugar and help you reach your goals. So, ditch the corn and spare yourself the extra carbs.

And overall you shouldn't miss corn at all. There are plenty of other delicious vegetables to be enjoyed. And with the blood sugar friendly vegetables available to you, there are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of low carb meals to be enjoyed – meals that won’t send your blood sugar soaring!

Corn is very high in carbs and consuming daily would likely make your sugar much harder to control. For that reason, I would not advise you eat corn daily. If you choose to indulge occasionally make sure to monitor your sugar levels after. Your best bet as far as vegetables is to pick non starchy veggies such as the ones on this list.

Source: Diabetes Meal Plans

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How To Start Clean Eating and Succeed 

What is Clean Eating?

Fist off Clean Eating is a lifestyle not really a diet. If you approach it this way you are setting yourself up for success from the start. Clean eating basics are about consuming healthy and nourishing food in its natural state or generally as close as possible.

If you want to be healthier, have more energy, and lose fat a Clean Eating approach is just what you need.

While eating clean you should avoid foods that are over processed, full of artificial preservatives and other chemicals. You’ll enjoy healthy amounts of animal protein, vegetables, some grains and delicious healthy fats.

If you are a beginner be patient with yourself and don’t think you’ll be limited on what you can eat. Instead think of all the new and healthy food you will be able to enjoy and nourish your body with.

You see one of the main reason why people suffer from health issue today such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, auto-immune disease is because of the unhealthy foods we consume. And how did this all start you might be wondering?

Well big corporations saw huge profits in creating chemicals to treat our vegetable to last longer, our meats (animals) to get bigger to produce more product, while at the same time they were studying the addictive effects of artificial sweeteners and other preservatives on the human body...

They chose to use the chemicals that cause dependencies or create the most cravings, so as to keep you wanting more. Thanks to millions of dollars spent on advertising the Standard American Diet of fake foods has been ingrained in our mind and eyes as a normal way to eat. But what do your grandparents think?

Fifty-Sixty years ago your grandparents were eating truly natural and whole foods, what we today call Clean Eating. They took herbs when sick, drank plenty of clean water, and didn’t consume much sugar. So if granny could do it then, You can do it today. The only difference is you can take a pic of your meal and blast it on social media

How To Start Clean Eating and Succeed

1. Choose Organic

If financially possible and if you have access always chose organic. If that is tough then make sure to buy your animal proteins and The Dirty Dozen organic.

2. Hydrate - Daily Water Intake

You should aim to drink at least half your body weight (measured in pounds) in ounces. For example I weigh 175 lbs so I should aim to drink at least 87 ounces of water a day...

Slight more if you’re doing lots of exercise or hot yoga. Some of the best water to drink is Distilled or Reverse Osmosis Water. These two types of water are complete void of any chemicals, and actually of minerals too. But that’s a good thing.

We are not suppose to consume minerals with our water. Its a nice marketing scheme to say it is, but biologically its not the biz. Our kidneys filter all the fluids we intake while working to bring those fluids to a specific electrical charge. When we drink anything other than pure water (minus minerals and chemicals) our kidneys have to work extra hard to reduce that electrical charge. If this goes on for too long you get kidneys stones, and thicker blood which might attribute to heart disease. If you research most people that have suffered from a heart attack usually had renal (kidney) disease right before.

You might be wondering what about electrolytes??? It's ok to have some water with electrolytes after working out, but you shouldn’t be drinking it all the time. Also avoid all sodas or any concentrated juice (fresh juice is ok).

4. Eat 4 – 5 Meals a Day (No)

EAT 3 - 4 Meals A Day (Yes)

Studies show that eating smaller and more frequent meals only increases your metabolism by 1-2% in comparison to 3 meals a day.
I suggest eating 3 regular size meals with 1 snack if needed. Also try to only eat starches (rice, legumes, whole grains) with 1 or 2 meals. Make one meal predominantly protein, veggies and fat, same thing for your snack.

How to Shop For Healthy Food at Your
Grocery Store

The best option is always to shop around the perimeter of the store. This is where you’ll find the freshest food and produce. Usually the middle aisles are full of foods in boxes, cans, or jars. Which means they have been processed and are full of preservatives.

5. Avoid Processed Foods
and Chemicals

Also avoid any foods that contain white flour, white sugar, wheat, trans fats, Iodized salt, color additives, preservatives, high-fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, msg and toxic binders.

Check out this great infographic made by the wonderful people at

Reduce Your Carbon Foot Print

Bring your own bags to the store or use the store’s paper bags. Really try and avoid plastic bags. If you need some motivation as to why you should avoid plastic like the plague please watch this video about a plastic island floating in the ocean the size of Texas... Also eat seasonal and local produce as much as you can, it will save you money and it helps our planet out.

Read The Labels - Because You Should Know What You Are Really Eating

Read the labels on your food to see what is really in there. If there are too many names that you can’t understand then don’t buy it, it is most likely filled with too many preservatives and additives. Also you should understand the bar codes on your produce.

For instance 4 Digit codes starting with 3 or 4 are conventionally grown, produce that starts with 5 Digit Code starting with 9 are Organically grown, the ones with a 5 Digit Code starting with 8 are Genetically Modified (You really want to stay away from these items). Check out the Non-GMO project site for reasons why you should avoid these genetically modified Frankenstein foods.

6. Clean Out Your Pantry

Best way to stop eating unhealthy food is to get it out of your house. So grab a box or garbage bag an toss out everything that is unhealthy. Instead of just throwing it out take it to a homeless shelter or find a homeless person that is in need.

How Many Calories To Eat

Everyone is different. But here is a little math equation most nutritionist use.
If you want to maintain your current weight eat 14 calories per pound of body weight.
If you want to lose weight eat 12 calories per pound of body weight.
And if you want to gain muscle or weight you want to eat about 17 calories per pound of body weight.

For example I weigh about 180lbs. If I want to lose weight I would multiply 12 x 180 = 2,160 calories. That’s the calorie range I would have to be in to drop some weight.

But to do it the healthy way I would first multiply 14 x 180 = 2,520 calories. I would use this as my starting base and reduce calories at about 200 calories every two weeks. This is the healthiest way so that you don’t shock your body. Plus when you lose weight at a slower rate you keep it off a lot longer.

Clean Eating Grocery list

Proteins: Always choose organic Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken, Fish, Bison, Deer, and anything other creature that you think you’ll enjoy.

Carbs: Sweet Potatoes enjoy daily. Plus legumes and grains (I would limit these to a few times a week). Also I would highly recommend you avoid Wheat.

side note: With the whole gluten craze happening now you might be wondering, What is Gluten? To give you an extremely simple answer, it is a protein within Wheat that is highly un-digestible to us humans and causes havoc to our intestinal lining and immune system.

Vegetables and Fruits: Always choose organic. If your goal is to lose weight stick with only eating fruits such as berries and melons.

Healthy Fats: Olive oil, coconut oil, different nut oils, raw butter, and ghee. Avoid Canola oil and palm oil (it's bad for your health and bad for the environment)

Nuts and seeds: All nuts and seeds. Eat sunflower and peanuts sparingly (they are high in omega 6 - which in high amounts causes inflammation).

Spices: All natural spices, herbs and Sea Salt.

I’ve spent over 15 year eating clean and some of the best ways I’ve found to keep me on track and successful on my health journey is planning, having support and making things easy and attainable.

Give yourself small weekly goals and celebrate those wins. And remember that everyday is a new day and chance to start again. But also know that it takes 40 days to break a habit, so be patient with yourself. Here are some more tips to ensure your success.

Simple Meal Planning

Set some time aside to plan your week ahead and create a meal plan. Pick two or three days to cook and prep enough food for the week. Separate your meals into containers and take them with you if you have to.

Plant Based Meals

I know I have mentioned animal protein a few times in here, but you can also succeed on a Clean Eating Plant based diet. Make sure to get enough protein with hemp seeds or other veggie supplements also beware that you are getting your required amount of B12, Calcium, Iron and Zinc. Check out this site herefor more info on how to properly supplement on a vegetarian diet.

Find or Create a Supportive Community
What helped me stay healthy for so many years was the community that I had around me, not all but the majority were really supportive of clean eating. Plan weekly or bi-weekly potlucks or gatherings. This way you get some support as well as getting to share and try lots of delicious and healthy food. Check out or search for some local facebook groups in your city.

Clean Eating Easy Healthy Recipes
Starting a a new way of eating is exciting and you might be ready to step up your kitchen game, but I highly suggest starting off with easy healthy recipes.

It might even seem a bit boring at first but your goal for the first few weeks should be about efficiency and simplicity. The one item I would suggest you get if you don’t already have one is some sort of blender. The Nutribullet is a great choice, it's powerful yet compact enough to not take up too much space in your kitchen.

Here is a sample of the recipes in the guide:

Breakfast: Mexi Eggs scramble and veggies

Lunch: Chicken Salad with Sweet Potatoes

Dinner: Burger Dee Lite with brown rice and veggies

Snacks or Smoothies:

Warrior Shake

Berry-licious Smoothie


To succeed in a Clean Eating lifestyle, you need to be willing to have a total mind shift. You have to be willing to look at all aspects in your life and notice how they affect your health.

Then you have to seek out healthier alternatives to foods and products you are currently using. Remember as a society we didn’t always eat this way (processed foods, high amounts of sugars, chemical additives).

In today’s world much of the health issues (auto-immune disease, heart disease, diabetes & obesity) comes from the toxic food we are eating. If you had the interest and courage to read this far I know you are on the right path to better health.

Fix Uneven Glutes: 9 Minute Workout For Glute Imbalances

If one of your glutes is smaller than the other, today is your lucky day!
You can fix uneven glutes if you modify the workout routine just a bit.

REMODEL Your Glutes (Bigger & Rounder) in 9 Minutes | Best Exercises For Glutes

One thing a lot of people don't know is that every person on this planet has uneven glutes. The issue is that for some persons, it's a lot more noticeable.
Most of the time it's as a result of glute imbalance.
Which simply means one glute is a lot weaker than the other.
That's why we created a 9-minute finisher workout you can use to fix this issue.

Note: A video will be provided below demonstrating every exercise in this routine.

The Uneven Glutes Workout Overview
Okay, for this routine it's going to combine five different glute workouts.
But it's not going to be your typical butt workout session.

Some of the exercises will only target the weaker glute, helping it to catch-up in strength and size of the larger glute.

To get the best results possible, I would highly suggest getting a 25 or 35 lb dumbbell. This extra resistance will challenge the weaker glute even more.

Remember, you grow glutes by challenging them with extra weight or resistance.
You will get the best results doing this AFTER your main butt workout session.
Before we proceed, there's one thing I should point out.

When you're doing any of these exercises, make sure to maintain proper form and go at a slower pace.

Rushing through the exercises won't do anything for your glutes.
You just end up wasting your time and energy.
Make sure to squeeze your glutes on every rep and go at a controlled pace in which you feel the tension in your glutes.

Okay, it's time to break down each exercise so that you're performing them correctly.

1. Unilateral Pillow Squeeze

Kicking off this routine is a glute activator that will help to wake up your glutes.
This will help strengthen the weaker glute because of the extended time under tension.
For this exercise you will need a pillow to put in between your ankles as shown in the image below.
How to do it

Lie down on your belly as shown in the image above with legs bent backwards holding a pillow between both ankles.You're going to squeeze the pillow as hard as possible, as if you want the ankles to touch.Hold that position for the recommended amount of time, rest and repeat.

2. Side-lying Hip Abduction

You'll be hitting the weaker glute from a deep angle vertically, stimulating it for growth.
This workout can be done on the edge of your bed or a bench.
However, if you have an exercise ball you can add it to this routine but it's not necessary.
How to do it

Get into position A as shown in the image above on a chair, bench or edge of a bed with your right leg bent in front and left leg straightened hanging downwards.Make sure your left leg is hanging below parallel, it should be low as possible, feeling a stretch in the glute.Now slowly lift your left leg into position B for one second then return to position A.Do the required amount of reps for the smaller glute only.

3. Dumbbell Romanian Deadlift

This is a classic lower body exercise that does a good job at engaging your glutes.
Get a 25 or 35 lb dumbbell for this exercise.

If you don't have any dumbbell, use something heavy enough that will provide extra resistance.

How to do it

Start in position A as shown in the image above holding the dumbbell between both legs with upper body bent “almost” at parallel.Slowly raise your upper body into position B and squeeze your glutes for at least 2 to 3 seconds.After that return to the starting position and repeat the required amount of reps.

4. Single Leg Deadlift

Another exercise that will help to target the weaker glute only.
For this exercise use a 25 or 35 pound dumbbell.

Again, it's VERY important that you go at a slow and controlled pace. This maximizes the amount of tension the weaker glute goes under.

How to do it

Stand on your left leg as shown in position A with your right leg bent hovering over the ground, left hand holding the dumbbell while the right-hand is supported on the wall.Slowly lower the dumbbell as if you want it to touch your left toe, kicking back your right leg until it's parallel to the ground.Hold that position from 1 to 2 seconds then return to starting point and repeat.This should be done on the weaker glute only.

5. Dumbbell Goblet Squat

A powerful compound exercise that will recruit every single muscle in your lower body.
Even though the goal of this routine is to work the weaker glute, some form of compound movement has to be involved.

This helps the weaker glute to become better engaged A.K.A. becoming a good team player. 
Whatever item you choose for this exercise whether it's a dumbbell or some item around the house, make sure it's heavy enough to challenge your lower body.

How to do it

Get into a wide stance holding the dumbbell up to your chest with both hands as shown in position A.Slowly lower your upper body until your thighs are below parallel.Hold that position for 1 to 2 seconds, return to position A and repeat.

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Start Eating These 26 Foods The Moment You Notice Your Vision Getting Worse

Vitamin A is indispensable for a sound vision, and its upgraded levels in the body counteract dry eyes, eye aggravations, and evening time visual impairment.

This vitamin is likewise useful in the treatment of some other medical problems. The prescribed day by day admission of this vitamin for grown-ups is 5000 IU.

Today, we will uncover 26 nourishments abundant in vitamin A, whose utilization will enable you to expand its levels in the body and in this way enhance your eyesight:

1. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are abundant in vitamins and minerals, and low in calories. In particular, one medium tomato provides the body with 20% of every day Vitamin A. Also, tomatoes are an incredible wellspring of Vitamin C and lycopene.

Serving Size (1 medium), 22 calories, 1025 IU of Vitamin A (20% DV).

2. Cantaloupe

Melon is rich in vitamins and supplements, yet low in fat and calories. Just a single wedge gives 120% of the prescribed day by day measure of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 wedge, or 1/8 medium melon), 23 calories, 5986 IU of Vitamin A (120% DV).

3. Beef Liver

This liver is a rich wellspring of Vitamins C and A, and an extraordinary cure on account of pallor. A 100-gram serving of it has 300% of the day by day needs of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 135 calories, 16898 IU of Vitamin A (338% DV).

4. Iceberg Lettuce

The lighter green Iceberg lettuce assortment is stacked with Vitamin A, and a measure of Iceberg lettuce has just 10 calories, so it is an incredible, solid, and top notch feast, which will give various supplements.

Serving Size (1 glass destroyed), 10 calories, 361 IU of Vitamin A (7% DV).

5. Peaches

Peaches are exceedingly nutritious organic products, and a rich wellspring of potassium, press, magnesium, Vitamin C, calcium, and phosphorus. Additionally, a medium-sized peach has 10% of the sum the normal individual needs day by day.

Serving Size (1 medium), 59 calories, 489 IU of Vitamin A (10% DV).

6. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are loaded with supplements and have a flavorful taste. A medium sweet potato provides 438% of the normal grown-up’s Vitamin A requirements for the day, and contains just 103 calories.

Serving Size (1 medium), 103 calories, 21909 IU of Vitamin A (438% DV).

7. Red Bell Peppers

The delectable and adaptable red peppers are loaded with vitamin A, C, and lycopene.

Serving Size (1 medium), 37 calories, 3726 IU of Vitamin A (75% DV).

8. Cod Liver Oil

Cod liver oil can be devoured in two structures, both fluid and container frame, and is stacked with Vitamin D, Vitamin A, and omega 3 unsaturated fats.

Serving Size (1 tablespoon), 126 calories, 14000 IU of Vitamin A (280% DV).

9. Turkey Liver

Turkey liver is stacked with vitamins and minerals. A 100-gram turkey liver gives 1507% of the prescribed every day estimation of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 273 calories, 75333 IU of Vitamin A (1507% DV).

10. Mangoes

These sweet, delicious natural products are exceptionally nutritious, and a container gives 36% of the every day prescribed measure of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 glass cut), 107 calories, 1785 IU of Vitamin A (36% DV).

11. Spinach

Spinach is an extraordinarily sound sustenance, and a rich wellspring of vitamin A, C, K, iron, calcium, and manganese. A one-container serving of spinach gives 49% of the every day prescribed esteem.

Serving Size (1 glass), 8 calories, 2464 IU of Vitamin A (49% DV).

12. Turnip Greens

Verdant greens are rich in supplements however low in calories. Turnip greens are a phenomenal wellspring of vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 glass slashed), 18 calories, 6373 IU of Vitamin A (127% DV).

13. Fortified Oatmeal

A lot of grains and dairy items are rich in basic vitamins, similar to vitamins An and D. A container serving of various brands of strengthened cereal give more than 29% of the every day need of this vitamin.

Serving Size (1 glass cooked), 159 calories, 1453 IU of Vitamin A (29% DV).

14. Whole Milk

The rich flavor and various supplements make whole milk or skim milk an awesome, solid option. It is abundant in Vitamins D and A, protein, calcium, and magnesium.

Serving Size (1 container), 146 calories, 395 IU of Vitamin A (8% DV).

15. Carrots

Carrots are stacked with vitamin A, and one medium carrot represents over 200% of the every day Vitamin A requirements. Carrots are likewise high in fiber, magnesium, and Vitamins C, K, and B.

Serving Size (1 medium), 25 calories, 10191 IU of Vitamin A (204% DV).

16. Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is abundant in beta carotene, which is transformed into Vitamin A in the body. A one-glass serving of butternut squash blocks has over 400% of the day by day prescribed estimation of Vitamin A. It is additionally stacked with potassium, fiber, and Vitamin C.

Serving Size (1 container solid shapes), 82 calories, 22868 IU of Vitamin A (457% DV).

17. Dried Basil

100 grams of dried basil gives 15% of the every day prescribed estimation of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 251 calories, 744 IU of Vitamin A (15% DV).

18. Paprika

Paprika is a well known zest in the Indian, South American, and Spanish food, and a tablespoon of it offers 69% of the prescribed every day measure of Vitamin A. In addition, it is likewise abundant in potassium, calcium, and vitamin C.

Serving Size (1 tablespoon), 20 calories, 3448 IU of Vitamin A (69% DV).

19. Dandelion Greens

Dandelion greens are loaded with cell reinforcements, iodine, and calcium, and low in calories. Besides, a measure of these greens has 100% of the day by day suggested esteem.

Serving Size (1 glass), 25 calories, 5589 IU of Vitamin A (112% DV).

20. Kale

This great and supplement rich vegetable lifts wellbeing from numerous points of view, and it is a decent decision to get the suggested measure of Vitamin A for the day. A one-container serving gives 200% of what the normal individual needs.

Serving Size (1 container), 34 calories, 10302 IU of Vitamin A (206% DV).

21. Red Pepper

A tablespoon of red pepper gives 42% of the day by day prescribed measure of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 tablespoon), 16 calories, 2081 IU of Vitamin A (42% DV.

22. Peas

One serving of peas (a large portion of a container) has 134% of the prescribed measure of Vitamin A and has just 62 calories. Besides, it is rich in vitamins B, C, and K.

Serving Size (1/2 container), 62 calories, 1680 IU of Vitamin A (134% DV).

23. Mustard Greens

A measure of cleaved mustard green gives 118% of the day by day prescribed estimation of Vitamin A, and they are additionally a rich wellspring of fiber, Vitamin E, folate, calcium, protein, Vitamin C, and manganese.

Serving Size (1 container slashed), 15 calories, 5880 IU of Vitamin A (118% DV).

24. Dried Apricots

Dried organic products are dependably an awesome wellspring of cancer prevention agents, supplements, and vitality. Dried apricots are abundant in vitamin A, as a glass contains 94% of the every day suggested estimation of Vitamin A.

Serving Size (1 glass parts), 313 calories, 4685 IU of Vitamin A (94% DV).

25. Dried Marjoram

Dried marjoram is one of the wealthiest home grown wellsprings of vitamin A, as a 100-gram serving gives 161% of the prescribed every day Vitamin A.

Serving Size (100 grams), 271 calories, 8068 IU of Vitamin A (161% DV).

26. Papaya

The tropical papaya organic product is vitamin A, cancer prevention agents, minerals, different vitamins, and chemicals. A little papaya can supply the body with 29% of the day by day suggested esteem.

Serving Size (1 little), 59 calories ,1444 IU of Vitamin A (29% DV).

Vitamin A is significant for the strength of our skin, the insusceptible framework, and the best possible advancement, working, and support of the eyes.

Best of all, you can streamline its levels by expending different vegetables, organic products, fish, dairy, and meat, and in this way make the most of its various medical advantages.

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Unfortunately, diabetes is one of the most common health problems these days and is caused b the inability of the body to produce sufficient amount of insulin in order to maintain the balance of blood glucose levels.

Therefore, diabetics have increased glucose levels in the blood since their pancreas cannot produce enough insulin.

Still, the conventional medicine has not found an official diabetes cure, but there are many treatments which help the patient control the condition and thus lead a normal life.

Insulin normalizes the blood sugar levels, but before you start this treatment, we advise that you try the following natural remedy.

Also, if you are already using insulin, reduce the amount and thus stimulate the function of the pancreas.

The following natural recipe will eliminate the excess fluid from the body and normalize the levels of sugar in the blood.


One leek with roots
2 fresh okras
2 liters bottle of mineral water
Method of preparation:

Initially, wash the leek well, together with its roots.

Then, pour around 2 ounces of the bottle with mineral water, place the leek.

Cut the ends of two fresh okras, and place them in the bottle with mineral water and leave it to stay thus for 24 hours.


You should drink this remedy instead of water the following day, and when you finish it, you can prepare a new dosage.



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We are NOT medically trained and only relay information we receive concerning supplements from our readers.

Do not let our information cloud your judgment when seeking medical help or treatment from a doctor or trained professional.