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  1. There a large number of dietary supplements for diabetics.
    Most of those supplements manage to lower the blood glucose or govern the insulin production in your body.
    The ingredients are generally herbs, spices or any other vegetations.

    • Have you read about the new information on resistant starches and their benefits for blood sugar regulation? Did you get a chance to read the links I posted on the benefits of sorghum combatting insulin resistance? Pretty interesting stuff for sure.

  2. Phil

    Great recipe, works a treat – I changed the flour ratio to 1 cup sorghum and 1/2 cup teff but it still made really good pancakes. Also left the frosting and instead used a mixture of raw honey with a bit of fresh squeezed OJ to thin it out and some smushed up fresh blueberries

    • Awesome! I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Phil. Great additions! I’ll have to try it again per your inventive suggestions. Of course if I were still early on in the Candida diet, I’d have to stick to the nut butter frosting version, but I’ve been enjoying small amounts of honey here and there. Blueberries cooked down would be great too! 🙂

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