Category Archives: Diabetes


Diabetes and Blood Sugar News

Diabetes and Blood Sugar News

Blood Sugar News In recent years of blood sugar news, the World Health Organization and the American Diabetes Association have refined the classification of blood sugar levels to include impaired fasting glucose (IFG, blood sugar levels slightly above normal before eating) and impaired glucose tolerance (IGT, slightly higher than normal blood sugar levels two hours […]

Updates on the Diabetic Lifestyle

Updates on the Diabetic Lifestyle

Diabetes can sometimes be a debilitating condition that can affect your lifestyle, diet choices and everyday habits in many different ways. New research is showing how properly managing your diabetes can help you to have a better healthy diabetic lifestyle overall. It may reduce some major health conditions that many Americans face. If you are […]

Electrolyte Imbalance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

Electrolyte Imbalance and Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome – Part 1

The average adult human body is fifty to sixty-five percent water. Those who are overweight will have more water compared to those who are lean. While one can survive fifty days or more without food, the body can only be depleted of water for a few days before survival is at risk. Maintaining optimum fluid […]

This Could Be Giving You Depression If You Have Diabetes

This Could Be Giving You Depression If You Have Diabetes

A new joint US and Canadian observational study has found that depression is linked to accelerated cognitive decline in patients with type 2 diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, studies have shown that people with diabetes have a greater risk of depression than people without diabetes but scientists still do not know why this […]

The Food Pyramid for Diabetes and other Tips for Health

The Food Pyramid for Diabetes and other Tips for Health

Read Part 1 Now! 2. Auxiliary Supporting Nutrients Do you suffer from diabetes? Do you find it difficult to figure out what is best for you to eat? Do you think you could benefit from a food pyramid for diabetes?  Would a food pyramid for diabetes help you gain more control over you health?  Keppe reading to […]

Supplements for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment

Supplements for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment

Of the 15 million Americans who have Type II diabetes, more than a third are unaware of it. Another 21 million Americans have a greater than 50/50 chance of developing the disease because they have impaired blood-sugar metabolism. This year alone more than 187,000 people will die of Type II diabetes, also called non-insulin-dependent diabetes […]

Help Type 2 Diabetes Using Video Games

Help Type 2 Diabetes Using Video Games

A new German study has found that type 2 diabetics playing computer interactive exercise games can help them control their blood sugar, and ultimately help type 2 diabetes. 220 type 2 diabetic patients (T2DM) aged 50 to 75 were recruited for the study and 120 of them were randomized to use the Nintendo’s Wii Fit […]

The Magnesium and Blood Sugar Relationship

The Magnesium and Blood Sugar Relationship

Magnesium is abundant naturally in your body. That is, if you’re healthy. Too little of this mineral, and your metabolic function begins deteriorating. This condition can blossom into serious illness. In addition to the importance of magnesium and blood sugar regulation, it’s also helpful in minimizing the dangerous effects of toxins on the body. Several […]

The Fundamentals About Vitamin D2 Supplementation

The Fundamentals About Vitamin D2 Supplementation

Some good news for type 2 diabetic patients who are feeling depressed and experiencing pain. According to a new study, conducted at Loyola University Chicago by lead researcher, Todd Doyle M.D., with the Loyola Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences and presented on October 24, 2013 at a research conference at Loyola’s Health Sciences Campus, […]

Adrenal Fatigue and Hypoglycemia Symptoms – Part 1

Adrenal Fatigue and Hypoglycemia Symptoms – Part 1

Hypoglycemia Symptoms One of the classic signs of Adrenal Fatigue are hypoglycemia symptoms. Traditionally hypoglycemia is a medical term for a state produced by a lower than normal level of blood sugar. Unfortunately, no single glucose value alone satisfactorily gauges all people because many variables are involved. While there are no disagreements as to the normal range […]

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