43 natural remedies for diabetes

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a plant native to Western and Southern Asia

a plant that is native to Europe

Niacin and niacinamide are both forms of Vitamin B3

a herb that originates in North America

an important mineral that occurs in both the human body and the earth atmosphere

the seed of the linum usitatissimum plant

a metallic mineral

prepared from the inner bark of an Asian evergreen tree

a low growing Eurasian shrub bearing black, edibile berries

a form of water-soluble B vitamin

a vitamin-like substance found throughout the human body

an essential nutrient and antioxidant

a plant that grows in Asia

a small evergreen tree that grows among lava flows

a combination of rice fermented with yeast

a flowering tree grown worldwide

a mineral found in the body, food, and the earths atmosphere

the name of a product derived from the bark of the Pinus pinaster tree

a vitamin involved in the metabolism of every cell in the human body

a group of fat-soluble compounds

a spice derived from the plant of the same name

a naturally-occuring hormone found in the human body

a flowering plant of the pea family

Blue-green algae encompass a large group of simple, plant-like organisms found underwater

a water-soluble B vitamin

a fat soluble secosteroid

a chemical found in the body, particularly in muscle tissue

an amino acid or protein building block

a popular drink made from the camellia sinensis plant

a plant that looks similar to a cactus, only growing in hot climates

a deciduous shrub native to China

a vitamin (B7) found only in small amounts in foods

a vitamin found in green foods

an African evergreen tree

a perennial flowering plant with indigo-colored berries

a member of the carotenoid family

a nonmetal mineral

a common drink derived from the camellia sinesis plant

a fruiting evergreen shrub that grows in wet areas

derived from the seed of the linum usitatissimum plant

a naturally occurring chemical that tints fruits and vegetables red

a herb grown around the world commonly included in food

a weed that grows in many countries worldwide