Spices May Lessen Consequences Of High Blood Sugar, University of Georgia Study  
8/15/2008 7:01:14 AM

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with diabetes may want to start spicing up their diets, if new lab research findings prove true in humans. In test-tube experiments, researchers at the University of Georgia, Athens, found that extracts of various herbs and spices -- such as cinnamon, cloves, sage and rosemary -- inhibited a damaging process that can result from high blood sugar levels.