Herbal & Natural Blood Sugar Support

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Maria Noel Groves RH(AHG)
Tuesday, May 17, 2022 - 8:00pm EDT

Please note webinar time is: 8 pm Eastern Time, 7 pm Central Time, 6 pm Mountain Time, 5 pm Pacific Time

Both subclinical and overt blood sugar dysregulation plays a huge role not only in the diabetes epidemic but also in so many of our clients’ clinical presentations: mood, cognition, energy, inflammation, pain, weight management, cardiovascular disease, certain forms of reproductive hormone imbalance, and more. This is one the core body systems and patterns for which diet, lifestyle, and herbs can be tremendously helpful. In this class we’ll discuss some basics and focus on supportive herbal options including herbal bitters, sours, fiber/mucilage, fenugreek, gymnema, blueberry, nigella, cinnamon, holy basil, and others that help our clients more successfully manage their blood sugar alongside diet and lifestyle approaches. Safety and caution tips will also be included. This class will be most specific for subclinical and overt insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes.

Bio: Maria Noël Groves, RH (AHG), is the bestselling author of Body into Balance: An Herbal Guide to Holistic Self Care (now a core textbook in herb schools across the country) and Grow Your Own Herbal Remedies. She runs Wintergreen Botanicals Herbal Clinic & Education Center in the pine forests of New Hampshire, offering both on-site and distance herbal study programs and health consultations. She’s a certified clinical herbalist with the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine and lectures nationally about herbal medicine. Her articles can be found in Herb Quarterly, Mother Earth News, Mother Earth Living, Taste for Life, Remedies, Aromaculture, LearningHerbs, HerbMentor, and the Herbal Academy Herbarium. She’s a guest instructor for the Herbal Academy, Maryland University of Integrative Health, and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. Her fundamental belief is that Good Health Grows in Nature. More information bout Maria and her offerings as well as a host of articles, podcasts, and information about herbs can be found on her website WintergreenBotanicals.com