Sugar Dressings

Heal Diabetic Ulcers With Sugar

…use sugar or honey dressings to treat any kind of open wound or burn. (We use sugar at the clinic because it’s less messy.) It will not work on abscesses or pustules that are covered with skin. Also, do not use these dressings on a bleeding wound, as sugar promotes bleeding. (Sugar and honey…

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A Sweet Solution for Treating Diabetes Complications

…treatment that improves circulation. Next, we dressed his diabetic ulcer with sugar. That’s right, white table sugar, which was poured into the wound and wrapped up with an occlusive dressing. We changed the dressing regularly, applying more sugar each time, and within days there was a…

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Tips for Treating Bedsores

…leading expert on the use of sugar as a wound dressing is Richard A. Knutson, MD, who is now retired, but for many years was an orthopedic surgeon at the Delta Medical Center in Greenville, Mississippi. Dr. Knutson first learned about the healing power of sugar from an elderly nurse who worked…

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The Myriad Health Benefits of Vinegar

…Weight Loss… One of the most impressive health benefits of vinegar is that it works just as well as oral diabetes drugs at lowering blood sugar after a high-carbohydrate meal. And anytime something natural works as well as a dangerous drug, I’m all for it. Vinegar also facilitates…

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Diabetic Diet: Recipe for Mandarin Salad

…almonds, sliced and blanched Prepare dressing by stirring together oils, lemon juice, xylitol, and soy sauce. Tear spinach and lettuce into bite-sized pieces and mix in a large bowl with celery and green onions. Just before serving, add oranges and dressing to greens and toss well. Top with almonds…

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Recommended Foods that Lower Blood Pressure

…when heated than polyunsaturated vegetable oils. You may use cold-pressed sunflower, safflower, corn and other polyunsaturated oils in salad dressings, but do not heat them. * Lean, skinless poultry should be a mainstay of your diet. Turkey, fish and seafood (salmon and other cold-water fish contain…

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6 Effective, Natural Home Remedies

…recommend going easy on sugars and starches, I know how easy it is to “cheat.” To help keep blood sugar on an even keel, take two tablespoons of vinegar mixed with a little water and stevia or xylitol prior to or with meals. You can also add it to salad dressing or other foods. The brand…

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10 Healthy Snacks You Won't See Advertised on TV

…to balance your blood sugar. 2. Raw nuts and seeds—just remember they’re high in calories, so eat a small handful at a time. Two tablespoons equals one serving. 3. Fresh vegetables—keep them cut up in the fridge, and enjoy them with low-fat dressing. 4. Fresh fruits like apples,…

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The Power of Intravenous Nutrient Therapy

…Whitaker Wellness Institute we have an entire room filled with comfortable recliners and patients hooked up to something far more powerful than sugar water: intravenous nutrient therapy. How Intravenous Nutrient Therapy Works The beauty of intravenous nutrient therapy is that by infusing nutrients…

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