Type 2 diabetes: Curry spice to add to foods to lower blood sugar

TYPE 2 diabetes is an extremely common and serious problem faced by many worldwide. The condition affects insulin in the body, and this affects the pancreas. Thankfully, adding this delicious spice to your meals could greatly help to lower blood sugar and keep you healthy.
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