Based upon many human and animal studies, it could be that diabetes is more related to a deficiency of dietary fibre than any other nutrition substance.
Fibre is indigestible plant food matter. Because fibre cannot be digested in the human gut, it stays in the intestines to slow down the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream, while it simultaneously absorbs excess fat and cholesterol to ca... ››› more
People with diabetes may have much lower chromium and biotin levels in their bodies than others.
And replenishing these nutrients may help you manage both your diabetes and heart health better. Chromium and biotin are well-known nutrients for diabetes...
11 Clinical studies have shown that chromium picolinate helps diabetics control blood sugar levels.
In one large placebo-controlled ... ››› more
When you have diabetes, your diet is a vital part of your treatment plan.
But, with so many myths out there regarding the correct diabetes diet, how do you separate fact from fiction?
Read on to discover the truth about diabetes diets as we dispel the myths. Revealed: Three diabetes diet myths...
Myth 1: You can adjust your diabetes drugs to cover whatever you eat
If you use insuli... ››› more
Certain medications, including aspirin, warfarin, and others can lower blood sugar. Alcohol. Exercise. Stress. An injury on the sports field. Or even a bad cold. These could all cause an unexpected dip in blood sugar.
Keep reading to find out how to quickly lift your blood sugar if this happens...
Typical signs and symptoms of low blood sugar levels...
Low blood sugar levels are usua... ››› more
If your blood sugar is yo-yoing all over the place, and your doctor keeps warning you about your cholesterol, you'll be relieved to discover an ancient herb, which is easily accessible today, that could put an end to your constant worrying. This natural herb was shown to work better than metformin
The herb I'm talking about is berberine, and it piqued scientists' interests over a decade... ››› more
Every time you eat, your blood sugar increases. Then, your body produces insulin to get your blood sugar levels back to normal again. The insulin converts the sugar in your blood into a format your cells can turn into energy.
That's when everything runs smoothly...
The problem is over time, if you consume refined carbohydrates, and your stress levels are high, your body produces more insul... ››› more
If you have diabetes - or pre-diabetes, you're probably trying everything you can to not let the disease ruin your life.
But sometimes, the solution is simpler than you'd expect...
Keep reading below to find out about a study in which participants REVERSED their diabetes by changing what they eat... The best diet to backtrack diabetes out of your life for good!
Recently, researchers pre... ››› more
Menopause starts from about six years before your period stops. During menopause, the hormones progesterone and oestrogen affect how your cells respond to insulin and can trigger fluctuations in your blood sugar levels.
It's also often a cause for weight gain. Women typically reach their maximum body weight during menopause, with an associated increase in body fat.
If your blood sugar and we... ››› more
If you experience unexplained aches and pains, or a burning sensation in your body - and are putting it down to getting older - it's important that you read this article to the end.
Scientists have recently discovered a surprising link that may be the cause of your pain... and the sooner you know about it, the sooner you can start treating the underlying cause, instead of taking painkillers.
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Receiving the news that you have diabetes can be an overwhelming experience. You may stare blankly at your doctor as he rattles off a whole lot of instructions that could turn your life 'upside down' overnight.
If your check-up appointment is coming up, print the questions below to help you overcome the 'shock' factor and get all the information you need from your doctor during the consultation... ››› more
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