Milk kefir is an effective home remedy for type II diabetes. Milk kefir can be bought in health food stores, larger grocery stores, or it can be made without too much trouble at home.
A connection has been made between the bacteria staphylococcus aureus and type II diabetes. If a person has diabetes because his body has too much of the bacteria staphylococcus aureus, or the toxins that result from it, then treating the staphylococcus aureus may solve the diabetes problem.
The “good bacteria,” Lactobacillus Casei, is one that fights the “bad bacteria” staphylococcus aureus. A good way to get this good bacteria is through milk kefir.
How Do I Use Milk Kefir for Diabetes Type II?
One cup of milk kefir should be consumed on an empty stomach daily for two months. If you are using store-bought milk kefir, you should make sure it contains, L. Casei. This bacteria is also found in some supplements and in some yogurts.
Earth Clinic is grateful to P. Raghavan from India for bringing this remedy for type II diabetes to our attention.
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