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12 Health Problems Caused by Your Gut

12 Health Problems Caused by Your Gut

When it comes to health and wellness, the gut is talked about far too little. Everyone understands the importance of our heart and lungs, but the gut is put on the back burner. Perhaps we do think about it, but …

 

Could Future Vaccines Cure Type 1 Diabetes?

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September 14, 2016

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Could Future Vaccines Cure Type 1 Diabetes?

For years there has been talk about developing a vaccine for type 1 diabetes, but is it actually possible? While an effective vaccine to cure or even treat type 1 diabetes still remains out of reach, researchers believe that we …

 

A Diabetic’s Guide to Blood Glucose Monitoring

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April 3, 2016

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A Diabetic’s Guide to Blood Glucose Monitoring

If you have diabetes you likely already know the importance of blood glucose monitoring, also called blood sugar testing. Blood sugar testing makes you aware of your blood sugar levels. It is a crucial part of treating and living with …

 

Diabetes: Does Stress Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels?

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January 19, 2016

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Diabetes: Does Stress Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels?

As a diabetic, you’ve likely asked yourself whether stress affects your blood sugar levels. The answer to that question is YES. Unfortunately in our fast paced society, it can be nearly impossible to avoid stress entirely. But there are several …

 

Living with Diabetes? You Might Not Eat Enough Carbs

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November 10, 2015

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Living with Diabetes? You Might Not Eat Enough Carbs

Carbohydrates— this nutrient is an important source of energy for the human body. At the same time, they are a constant source of worry for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes.

Carb management is an essential part …

 

Healthy Aging with the Risk of Diabetes

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September 14, 2015

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Healthy Aging with the Risk of Diabetes

Did you know that your risk for developing diabetes increases as you age? Most type 2 diabetics are over the age of 60. Factors such as an increasingly more sedentary lifestyle and reduced metabolic rates can all contribute to …

 

Diabetic-Friendly Options at Your Favorite Fast Food Chains

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May 21, 2015

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Diabetic-Friendly Options at Your Favorite Fast Food Chains

For those people living with diabetes, developing an effective diet plan is one of the most important aspects of their overall treatment plan. Most find that preparing their own meals is the most effective method. However, it can be …

 

Diabetes Awareness: What Does It Really Mean?

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November 12, 2014

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Diabetes Awareness: What Does It Really Mean?

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, but what does this mean to most people in America. Many are “aware” of the disease and plenty probably even know someone living with diabetes. The sad truth is that since it’s something so …

 
 
 

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