When you're first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you go through a range of emotions. You feel angry, sad, depressed and eventually you come to realise that living with type 2 diabetes isn't necessarily a death sentence.
And, as time goes by, you may even start slacking on your management of diabetes. But there's a real risk of damaging your organs beyond repair if you do this!
Here are the... ››› more
I sometimes compare having type II diabetes to having a little baby. You need to make sure you've always packed the essentials. You have to nurse your diabetes throughout the day. And, it requires a different degree of responsibility than someone without diabetes or a baby.
But, if you're organised, it makes life so much easier.
Here are four tips to help you get organised so you can enjoy... ››› more
Up to 70% of people who suffer from either type I or type II diabetes have some form of neuropathy. It's a condition in which the nerves get damaged as a result of chronic high blood sugar.
These are the symptom of neuropathy you need to know about…
Neuropathy is one of the most frustrating symptoms of sugar diabetes
Diabetes can cause damage to any of the nerves in the body. The... ››› more
When your blood sugar is high, you take more meds. When it's low, you drink a glass of fruit juice or eat 15g of quick-digesting carbs to recover. Sounds easy enough, but boy is it hard to get it 100% right when you're controlling your diabetes!
With type II diabetes, your blood sugar can swing from pillar to post. But don't despair, There's help at hand with the plethora of information on diab... ››› more
Cloves have been a popular natural remedy in Chinese Medicine for over 2,500 years. And now modern medicine is laying claim to it too. Pharmaceutical companies patented it for over ten years to help with inflammation.
But thankfully you don't a need a patent to enjoy the health benefits the clove has to offer. Here's how to increase insulin sensitivity and lower blood sugar naturally with clov... ››› more
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