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It is an excellent anti-diabetic formula made up of beneficial herbs that controls blood sugar levels of the body. It improves glucose tolerance and reduces insulin requirement of the body. Furthermore it also enhances appetite, improves digestion and assimilation process. .
Keva Anti Diabetic juice consists of excellent organic fruits & herbs. It is introduced in partner with Hawaiian Herbals, Hawaii, USA.
Keva Anti diabetic juice enhances the utilization of glucose by increasing the activity of enzymes. Apart from this, it keeps sugar level in control. This herbal supplement has no side-effects at all.
Day 1 to 3 Day 4 to 7 7th Day Onwards 7th Month Onwards
5ml Morning
5ml Evening
15ml Morning
15ml Evening
5ml Morning
5ml Evening
10ml Morning
10ml Evening
Yes, this product is 100% natural.
This product is produced under Internationally accredited GMP regulations.
Yes, this product can be taken by both Diabetic | and ||.
No, this product doesn’t possess any short-term or long-term side-effects. This is safe natural formulations; recommended by the most experienced and prominent doctors. Satisfied customers are gaining matchless profits and reordering the product. This confirms the safety and efficacy of the product.
It is blend of excellent natural fruits & herbs. This juice comprised of Bitter Gourd with Black berry juice, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Chebula and Terminalia Bellerica Juice, Aloe Barbadensis juice, Gymnema Sylvestre, Withania Somnifera, Potassium Sorbet, and Sod. Benzoate, EDTA, Prunes juice, Gojiberry juice, Acerola juice, Bilberry juice.
Keva Anti Diabetic Juice is effective because this contain the natural herbs & fruits which have really good therapeutic values on Diabetes type | and type ||.
Diabetes Mellitus is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced
There are three main types of Diabetes:
  • Type 1 Diabetes: results from the body's failure to produce insulin, and presently requires the person to inject insulin. (Also referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, IDDM for short, and juvenile diabetes.)
  • Type 2 Diabetes: Results from insulin resistance, a condition in which cells fail to use insulin properly, sometimes combined with an absolute insulin deficiency.
  • Gestational diabetes: This problem occurs when pregnant women, who have never had diabetes before, have a high blood glucose level during pregnancy.
This is also called insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) and is caused by a lack of insulin secretion from the beta cells of the pancreas. It may be that the beta cells have been damaged by a viral infection or an autoimmune disease and so their functioning is seriously impaired. Occasionally however there may be a hereditary tendency that leads to beta cell degeneration and research has shown that a close family member has around a 1 in 20 chance of also developing type I diabetes whereas the probability in the general public is around 1 in 250. The usual onset of type 1 diabetes is around the age of 14 and the majority of sufferers are diagnosed before their twentieth birthday. It may develop very abruptly over a period of a few days or weeks and shows itself in the following 3 step sequence:
  • Increased Blood Glucose.
  • Increased use of fats for energy and for the formation of cholesterol by the liver.
  • Depletion of the body’s protein stores.
This will show outwardly by a sudden drop in body mass that isn’t stopped even when eating large amounts of food. A sufferer will also feel very fatigued and generally under the weather.

Type II diabetes is also called non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) and is caused by decreased sensitivity of target tissues to the metabolic effects of insulin. This reduced sensitivity is often referred to as insulin resistance.

Type II diabetes is far more common than type I, accounting for 80-90% of all known cases of diabetes. In most cases the age of onset is 40+ years with the majority being diagnosed between the ages of 50 and 60. Unlike type I, this type develops slowly and can go unnoticed for some time.

The insulin resistance in type II diabetes is commonly secondary to obesity. The link between insulin resistance and obesity is as yet poorly understood however some studies suggest that there are fewer insulin receptors, especially in the skeletal muscle and liver in obese people than in lean people.

In many instances type II diabetes can be effectively treated, while still in the early stages, with a calorie controlled diet and mild exercise to promote weight reduction. Occasionally, drugs may be used that increase insulin sensitivity or cause the pancreas to release additional amounts of insulin. If the disease progresses however, then insulin administration is often required to control blood glucose.

Both types of diabetes mellitus are serious illnesses and need to be treated as such. Poor management will quickly lead to a diabetic episode and if left unchecked, can lead to diabetic coma and death. Both types of diabetic patients need great care & proper medication.