A new study conducted by Sweden-based Lund University researchers has discovered that type 2 diabetes patients can manage their blood sugar with broccoli sprout extract.
The researchers said the findings could offer a much needed alternative to address type 2 diabetes, which has become a worldwide epidemic. For the full scoop on these new findings, keep reading...
Most type 2 diabetes patien... ››› more
You may be surprised to hear that researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health have found that consuming high-fat dairy offers significant protection against developing a number of metabolic problems, including the onset of type 2 diabetes.
What's more, in their study, which was funded by the National Institutes of Health, researchers found that people with a fatty acid known as trans-pal... ››› more
A new international study by researchers at Monash University's Biomedicine Discovery Institute have found that you can prevent type 1 diabetes by consuming more short-chain acids acetate and butyrate.
For more on how these short-chain fatty acids can help prevent the autoimmune disease type 1 diabetes in which your pancreas produce little to no insulin (the hormone that regulates your blood su... ››› more
Can you believe that out of the 25 million Americans that have diabetes, approximately 25% don't know it?
When you consider this statistic, it's no wonder that diabetes is responsible for more deaths each year than AIDS and breast cancer combined, s the American Diabetes Association reports.
Getting tested for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes is quick and easy. Read on for four more reasons t... ››› more
Blood sugar regulation is undoubtedly the most important part of type 2 diabetes management.
While some type 2 diabetes patients are able to keep their blood sugar steady by making lifestyle changes such as exercising regularly and losing weight, others need to take insulin by injection to keep their condition under control.
If you're diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you're probably wonderin... ››› more
Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes? Then you should be very familiar with both insulin pumps as well as insulin injections as tools to help keep your condition under control. But you're probably curious as to which one works best...
According to a recent report published in The Lancet, insulin pumps are better than multiple daily insulin injections for blood sugar control in adults with type 2 diab... ››› more
If you're diabetic, you know that omitted or forgotten insulin injections are a very important contributing factor to poor glycaemic control. So just how common is it for diabetics to skip their injections?
According to a recent study published in the journal Diabetes Care, more than half of people who need to inject insulin to keep their diabetes under control skip an injection every now and t... ››› more
Diabetes is a chronic, lifelong disease. Apart from taking toll on a huge number of people in Africa, it may also be taking a financial toll on the health systems of countries all around the world.
According to reports, the diabetes rates in low and middle income countries are skyrocketing. And what's more concerning is that many people around the world still have lower the adequate access to d... ››› more
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition whereby your body stops producing enough insulin, or your cells stop responding properly to the insulin that's produced. But being diagnosed with diabetes doesn't mean you'll need to be medicated for the rest of your life…
Many people who are type 2 diabetic are able to stay away from medication by simply controlling their diets. By consuming the correct... ››› more
When my mom got the diagnosis that she had type II diabetes, it was a big shock to her and my whole family. She hadn't been feeling great for a while, but she never thought it was anything to really worry about.
But type II diabetes is a silent killer. Most people, like my mom, are only diagnosed once serious health complications have occurred.
Don't let this be your fate!
Read on to fin... ››› more
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