It's so hard to keep type 2 diabetes away in today's world. Just about everything you buy in the shops is laden with refined carbohydrates... It's tough to get out and exercise when your days are so full and you're struggling to keep your head above water... and stress is all too common...
But a recent study out of the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Seoul National Uni... ››› more
Vitamin D - it's important for so many functions in your body, yet there are so many people who are deficient in this vitamin.
Scientists estimate this figure is as high as a billion people worldwide.
But remember, there are different levels of deficiency - and even if you're not deficient in this vitamin to the point where it's obvious, you could still be on the normal-low side of it - whi... ››› more
If you suffer from bad breath, you no doubt use mouthwash every day.
But, unfortunately a new study has shown it could mess with your blood sugar and lead to diabetes.
Find out how, and the results of the study, which was published in the journal Nitric Oxide below... Harvard university study pinpoints mouthwash as one of the culprits in the diabetes epidemic...
Reserachers observed o... ››› more
If you enjoy a drink at the end of the day to help you unwind, you'll be pleased to know that two kinds of alcoholic drinks have been found to help prevent diabetes!
Keep reading to find out which drinks... Do you need to consider changing your sundowner?
In a recent study out of Denmark, involving over 70,000 participants, the researchers followed their drinking habits and tracked their bio... ››› more
Wondering what good bacteria could do for you?
Scientists have recently discovered that getting the right balance of bacteria in your gut could transform your health and prevent disease.
The healthy bacteria to focus on is called Akkermansia muciniphila and it lives in lining of your gut.
The problem is, if you have signs of a metabolic disorder, like obesity, high cholesterol, high blood... ››› more
There's a definitive relationship between diabetes and stress. Stress can affect your physical, emotional and mental well-being, as well as your health.
It doesn't matter what you're stressing over - finances, work, family or coping with a recent diabetes diagnosis. When your mind is elsewhere, you might drink more alcohol and exercise less, or forget to check your blood sugar levels and admini... ››› more
You may be surprised at the fact that your liver could be causing your high blood sugar. When you think of diabetes, you think of high blood sugar - but your liver plays a major role in this too... Your liver and diabetes...
One of the roles of the liver is to sponge up the excess sugar (glucose) you eat and drink before it makes its way into your bloodstream.
But if your liver is fatty, i... ››› more
So you've decided to have baby… That's wonderful! But it also means your risk of developing sugar diabetes just went up. At least that's the case for one in every 12 or so pregnancies. Don't let this happen to you. Avoid this by making these two easy diet changes today…
Change the way you eat to avoid sugar diabetes complicating your pregnancy
It’s every pregnant woman’s nightmare. ... ››› more
There's always so much information being produced about Type II diabetes, but what about Type I sufferers? Sadly, because it's the body that kills off the insulin producing cells, it's not a simple case of diet and exercise that will “fix” your condition. But we have some diet tips that will make it easier for you to function normally so keep reading…
Did you know that out of everyone who... ››› more
At first glance, diabetes appears to be such a simple disease - too much sugar in the blood. But that simple error develops into an avalanche of problems in the body that create havoc with the health of diabetics... especially if they have poor regulation of their blood glucose. What it really means to have diabetes...
Nobody wants to hear that the illness they've been diagnosed with can be... ››› more
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