• July 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College study confirm diabetics can eat carbs
• It's not which carbs you eat, it's how you eat them
• Use this simple meal plan today for full blood sugar control - without giving up the foods you love
As a diabetic, mealtime can be your worst nightmare.
You never know whether a single mouthful of food will send your body into complete chaos and poi... ››› more
One of the main problems with type 2 diabetes complications is your weight.
And being overweight means you're probably not getting as much exercise as you need.
But researchers say it's one of the most important parts of improving your health.
Here's what they found in a new study…
It’s essential to exercise if you want to reverse your type 2 diabetes
A team of experts publ... ››› more
Hearing those words come out of your doctors mouth isn't easy, "you have type 2 diabetes".
The should haves and could haves start rolling around in your brain and you wish you could turn back the clock. Back to a time where you were healthier and more in control.
Unfortunately, it's not that simple.
What is, is keeping your symptoms at bay and your health in check despite living with t... ››› more
Christmas time used to be your happy time, but since your type 2 diabetes diagnosis, it's become something of a horrendous experience.
But did you know you can still enjoy every aspect of the holidays despite the disease?
And it doesn't involve avoiding the dessert table or eating something different to what's on everyone else's plate.
Read on for five helpful tips to ke... ››› more
If you're living with type 2 diabetes, you're more likely to feel the effects of end-of-year stress than your colleagues.
And even if you're otherwise controlling your diabetes well, stress can wreck your health and leave your blood sugar levels soaring.
It's all because of what stress does to your body.
Read on to find out how to keep stress from ruining your holidays before they've e... ››› more
Recent reports say that dementia, like many other diseases, have a variety of risk factors you have the ability to change.
This is great news!
It means you don't have to fear that you'll end up with dementia because there's something you can do about it. In fact, many of the typical risk factors for dementia are completely preventable.
One of then is the recently discovered link betwee... ››› more
Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes is like a ticking time bomb inside your body. It's a disease that affects every organ in your system and it's just a matter of time before the clock reaches 00:00. And this could be fatal.
Do you see how important it is to properly manage your health when you're a diabetic? And it's easier than you thought possible to do so!
All you need to do is keep a log o... ››› more
Not only is Keketso Semoko a great actress - she's best loved for her role as Ma Agnes in SA soapie, Isidingo - but she's an activist too. Her cause? Diabetes! And as the ambassador for Changing Diabetes®, she's doing all she can to raise awareness of simple lifestyle changes you can make if you're living with the disease…
She’s been living with diabetes for the past seven years and that h... ››› more
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