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Rapha Life Herbs for Health

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RaphaLife Herbs, the natural herbs that cure diabetes, gout uric acid, migraine, arthritis, high blood pressure. high cholesterol,
sexual dysfunction.    
 
(  Halal)

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 Please read this instructions carefully before taking the herb

– Take 5 capsules in the morning either before or after food daily.
– Take 5 capsules in the evening either before or after food daily.
– If you are controlling your blood glucose with western medicine      prescribed by your doctor,  please take this herb one hour before or  after taking your western medicine. Please continue with the  western medicine until there is a significant drop in your blood  glucose and you may start reducing the amount of western medicine  you take gradually.
– Usually the effect of this herb happens after about 1 or 2 months of  taking it.
– While taking the herb;
  1. Avoid drinking Chinese and Western tea.
  2. Avoid drinking Alcohol.
  3. Avoid taking “White” Carrot( Raddish) and “White” Carrot soup.
  4. Reduce taking oily, deep fried, hot and spicy food.
  5. Control your diet. Eat moderately for your daily 3 meals. Don’t skip meals. Take your meals regularly. Take more vegetables and moderate white meats for your meals. Avoid taking red meats (lamb, beef and others). Avoid taking “High Glycemic Load” food such as “white”bread, raw or brown sugar, all types of noodles (“mee”, “Kuay Tiaw”, Spagheti), “roti canai”, food made of flour(“tepung gandum”) and Barley water(may replace this with raw coconut water without sugar added).
  6. Drink lots of plain water daily.
  7. Do exercise for at least 20 minutes 4 to 5 times a week if you can.
  8. Have enough rest for your body (pancreas) to recover.
– Usually, for pre-diabetes and less than 3 year diabetes patient, if  he/she follows strictly the above mentioned, it would take 4 months  to fully recover from diabetes. For long time (over 3 years) diabetes  patient, you might need longer time (6 months to a year or longer) to  fully recover.

More information at: http://www.Raphalifeherbs.com

May God Bless you and grant you a healthy body.

 

Glycemic Load (GL)

The glycemic load (GL) of food is a number that estimates how much the food will raise a person’s blood glucose level after eating it. One unit of glycemic load approximates the effect of consuming one gram of glucose.
Food (100 g)
Calories
Glycemic load
Total carbohydrate (g)
Fruits
Guava (1 fruit=55 g)
37
4
14
Papaya (1 cubes=140 g)
39
2
10
Apple (1 small 3″ dia 132 g)
48
3
13
Watermelon( 1 wedge=1/16, 285 g)
30
2
8
Bananas(1 small 6″=103 g)
89
8
23
Pineapple
50
3
13
Oranges (I fruit =86 g)
7
6
25
Pears
42
2
11
Limes ( 1 fruit 2″ dia =68 g)
30
2
11
Vegetables 
Celery
16
1
3
Cauliflower
25
2
5
Broccoli
34
3
7
Cabbage
25
2
6
Potato
77
8
18
KFC coleslaw
144
6
16
Carrots
35
2
8
Corn yellow
132
7
29
Burger King French Fries ( I small serving = 74 g)
245
16
31
Coconut meat, raw
354
2
15
Meats
Chicken
137
0
0
Pork
548
1
0
KFC chicken meat
285
4
8
Rice
Rice, white
111
11
23
Rice, brown
97
10
21
Barley hulled
354
35
73
Bread
Bread, white( 1 slice = 27 g)
266
30
51
Bread, whole wheat(1 slice = 28 g)
247
19
41
Fish
Fish, cod
82
0
0
Tuna in water(1 can=165 g)
116
0
0
Squid (cooked, fried)
175
5
8
Crab
84
0
0
Eggs
Egg white (1 large=33 g)
48
1
0
Egg whole hard boiled (1 large=50 g)
155
1
1
Noodles
Noodles, Chinese cellophane or long rice
351
60
86
Nuts
Cashew nuts raw
553
11
33
Peanuts raw
567
0
16
Flour
Corn flour
361
48
77
Wheat flour
339
36
73
Pizza( I slice 12 inch)          96 g
260
15
30
Sugar
Brown sugar ( 1 tsp unpacked = 3 g)
380
68
98
Drinks
Coconut water, raw
19
1
4
Soft drinks:
Coca Cola, 7 Up, Pepsi
12 oz Can (355 ml=355 g)
Sugars, total:             44 g
140
30
Others
Cheese
403
1
1
Quarker Oat
43
3
7

Glycemic Index ( GI )

The Glycemic index (GI) measures how quick or slow a carbohydrate-containing food raises blood glucose after consumption.

 

 

GLYCEMIC INDEX CHART

Starch
Vegetables
Fruits
Dairy
Snack
Low GI (55 or below)
Barley
Green peas
Apple
Milk, full fat
Chocolate milk
Yam
Cabbage
Watermelon
Milk, skimmed
Chocolate bar
Oat bran, raw
Broccoli
Pisang berangan
Yoghurt
Pizza
Tomatoes
Pear
Soy milk, drinks
Curry puff
Durian
Custard
Ice cream
 
Moderate GI (56 to 69)
Basmati
Boiled potato
Papaya
Doughnut
Tosai with chutney
Sultanas
Nasi lemak
Raisins (Canada)
Digestive biscuit
 
High GI (70 and above)
Fried meehoon/ macaroni
Dates, dries
Waffles
Roti canai and dhal curry
Pineapple
Sago porridge
Glutinous and white rice
Lychee, canned in syrup
Hummus
Sweet potato