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Diabetes 2 Patients Benefit From Mild Compression Stockings

By Simon M - Last updated: Monday, May 15, 2017

Diabetes can affect circulation which is dangerous. Low blood flow can hurt your legs and feet which is why diabetics can lose a foot sometimes. Compression stockings can help with this so should be tried if a doctor recommends them. These can improve circulation and that can save your limbs. Key Takeaways: Compression socks can […]

Pathways Leading to Beta Cell Division Identified, May Aid Diabetes Treatment

By Simon M - Last updated: Friday, May 5, 2017

These pancreatic cells help prevent diabetes because they work to regulate the body’s blood sugar levels. If the cells are not dividing properly it can cause a problem. Knowing about the pathways for cell division can help because we can make sure it works the way it should. This will help the pancreas stay in […]

12 Simple Tips to Prevent Blood Sugar Spikes

By Simon M - Last updated: Friday, May 5, 2017

Blood sugar spikes can be dangerous. Any sudden change in sugar levels affect the body. They can make you feel sick. You can pass out if the levels are high or low enough. Diabtetic often deal with these spikes. This gives great tips for preventing spikes. They include how to eat properly. Key Takeaways: Diabetes […]

Insulin Resistance, Unhealthy Blood Vessels & Cancer… Linked?

By Simon M - Last updated: Thursday, May 4, 2017

These studies are important because of what they tell us about insulin resistance and cancer. Insulin is what the pancreas makes to help regulate blood sugar, but in all likelihood you already knew that. Resistance to it means┬áthat your cells don’t react the way they should to it…their receptor sites aren’t interacting with insulin the […]

A new blood test may help you predict diabetes better

By Simon M - Last updated: Thursday, May 4, 2017

A new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital based in the United Kingdom has discovered a new blood test that will make it easier for doctors to predict Gestational diabetes which makes majority affects pregnant women and their unborn children. This new test is faster and more effective than the current two type method that […]

Obese kids at four-fold greater risk of Type-2 diabetes later

By Simon M - Last updated: Wednesday, May 3, 2017

The new study from the Journal of the Endocrine Society has found that children with obesity are four times more likely to develop type-2 diabetes by the time they are 25 in the United Kingdom. This rate has greatly increased since the 90”s. However, researchers also found that there is no correlation between obesity and […]

Mindfulness Can Help You Manage Your Diabetes And Weight

By Simon M - Last updated: Friday, April 28, 2017

Like with losing weight, being mindful of the food and beverages you consume is an integral part of managing diabetes. Weight and diabetes feed off of one another, so being able to manage your weight through mindfulness is a key factor in managing diabetes. There are many ways to stay mindful of your food and […]

Is The Glycemic Index Reliable?

By Simon M - Last updated: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Do you pay attention to your glucose numbers even if you do not have diabetes? A study that is described in this article challenges the reliability of the glycemic index. The article describes a study done with 63 health people. The results from the study conclude with the interesting fact that we respond to our […]

Fruits a day may lower the risk of developing diabetes by 12 per cent

By Simon M - Last updated: Friday, April 14, 2017

Are you eating enough fruit each day? If you are, you have a reduced risk of developing diabetes. New research proves that eating enough fresh fruits each day will help you curb that sweet tooth,and provide an array of benefits, including the reduced risk of diabetes. Twelve percent is a big number; don’t miss out. […]

Most People with Diabetes Should Stop Iron Supplements

By Simon M - Last updated: Friday, March 24, 2017

  Iron supplements are beneficial for many people, however, those diagnosed with diabetes are not included in that group, generally speaking. Iron supplements can be too much on the body of a diabetic. It is a good idea to talk to your doctor concerning iron supplements if you take one and have been diagnosed with […]