Honey is recommended as a sweetener for diabetics as it does not cause the fluctuations in blood sugar that other sweeteners do, reports Collective Evolution. Cinnamon has been found to lower blood sugar levels by 24 per... More »

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It's currently unclear if cinnamon is a beneficial diabetes treatment. The American Diabetes Association does not advocate cinnamon as a valid treatment, but research findings have been mixed, according to WebMD. More »

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While cinnamon is not recommended by the American Diabetes Association for the treatment of diabetes, studies have linked cinnamon supplementation with lowered blood sugar levels, reports WebMD. One study found cinnamon ... More »

It is not clear to date whether cinnamon is suitable for diabetics, and the American Diabetes Association does not approve its use in diabetes treatments. However, some studies show that cinnamon can lower insulin resist... More »

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One study shows that cinnamon may be effective in lowering the blood pressure of people with diabetes but other studies are inconclusive, while research shows honey is effective in wound care and possibly suppresses coug... More »

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Aspartame is a safe artificial sweetener for diabetics because it doesn't raise blood glucose levels and provides no extra calories or carbohydrates, reports the American Diabetes Association. Aspartame is safe for every... More »

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Artificial sweeteners replace sugar in diabetic dessert recipes because they do not cause blood sugar to rise, explains WebMD. Such sweeteners include aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, acesulfame potassium and neotame. St... More »

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