Diabetic Care

May 10, 2017
Diabetes Warning Sign #1 Metabolic Syndrome

Risk factors for diabetes – Watch out for the signs of metabolic syndrome

Warning sign #1 Metabolic syndrome An increasingly common state today in developed nations is now known as the Metabolic Syndrome (formerly called Syndrome X). This state is related to insulin resistance, wherever your body produces insulin but the cells don’t react right to it. Metabolic syndrome has many health hazards connected with that. It can lead straight to type II diabetes, a disorder which takes a whole host of really negative health hazards and is now a national outbreak. If […]
May 6, 2017
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Stomach fat and diabetes – How stomach fat contributes to diabetes

Abdominal fat is correlated to diabetes — Lessen risk factors by losing weight Obesity is an epidemic in the world today.  Diabetes is also on the rise.  Is there a correlation between the two?  The experts say that there is and that you need to know about it. There are two types of diabetes:  Type 1 and Type 2.  Diabetes is a condition of the body where insulin production is affected in some way.  Insulin production may be non-existent or […]
January 12, 2017
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Diabetes and low carb dieting – Is this the best diet for diabetics?

Is low carb the best choice for dieting with diabetes? Is the diabetes low carb dieting approach the best diet for diabetics and what are the benefits? Are you seeking a proper diabetes diet? There are lots of good ones out there. As always, your diabetes diet program should be as customized as possible to your individual needs. No doubt your doctor has already handed you a piece of paper with a diabetes diet on it, a Xeroxed copy of […]
January 5, 2017
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Type 2 diabetes – Symptoms that women should especially watch for

Truth about diabetes and weight loss Many women diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are overweight, even obese. At least eighty per cent of women with type 2 diabetes weigh twenty per cent more than they should for their height and age… this is what is known as obesity. Weight control is a critical health issue for women at this present time. Today the average women is 5ft 4″ (163 cm) tall and weighs 164 pounds (74 kg)… this is almost […]
January 2, 2017
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How to better manage type 2 diabetes–Take back control of your health

Learn how to better manage diabetes Here is the good news…there is plenty of information and support to help you live a healthy, active life in spite of your type 2 diabetes diagnosis. The bottom line in management of this condition is to keep your blood sugar levels in the normal range. Possibly one of the better ways to keep organized is to create your own game plan to better manage this disease. Let us look at how you can […]
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