Is sharbati wheat flour good for type 2 diabetes?

Is sharbati wheat flour good for type 2 diabetes?

Yes, Sharbati Wheat Flour is healthier than the normal wheat flours commonly sold in the market and is better than them for consumption by diabetics.  However, consuming sharbati wheat flour alone does not help in diabetes particularly. We need to understand the root cause of having diabetes, which is the accumulation of waste in the colon. You must remove unwanted foreign matter from your body to get rid of excess weight. Watch the following video by Satvic Movement on detoxification to learn more about detoxing your body. 

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