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Vitamin D and Elevated Blood Sugar Diseases, Diabetes and Prediabetes

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There is More to Vitamin D than Previously Understood Recognized mainly for its role in promoting the absorption and utilization of the minerals calcium and phosphorus by the body, vitamin D is gaining new fame with the discovery that it has a much wider range of influence in the outcome of many disease conditions. The […]

Type 2 Diabetes – How About These Diabetes Stats?

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We all hear talk about diabetes in the news, or from people we know. It seems like so many more people are being diagnosed with diabetes these days. Type 2 diabetes is largely based on genetics and lifestyle factors, and the disease can actually be reversed in so many people by making healthy lifestyle choices. […]

Tips to Manage Your Diabetic Life

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 Diabetes  is one of the most chronic diseases that is increasing at an alarming rate and is one of the main causes of kidney failure and blindness in adults. It is predicted that within next 10 years the number of affected people will rise to 300 million worldwide.  Diabetes  originates from body’s inability to produce […]

How to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

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Type II diabetes is a common metabolic disorder affecting millions of people every year. Even though genetics play a main part in the transmission of the disease, it can be controlled to a certain extent so long as we lead an active life style. It has been proves beyond doubt that the sedentary life style […]

Type 2 Diabetes – Obesity and Diabetic Retinopathy

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Diabetes is the leading cause of preventable blindness. One in three diabetic adults over the age of 40 has diabetic retinopathy, although it is not obvious until it begins to impair vision. Controlling blood sugar and blood pressure helps to prevent diabetic retinopathy. Researchers at the Centre for Eye Research at the Royal Victorian Eye […]

Get More Out Of Life While Managing Your Diabetes

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When I was first diagnosed with Type 1  Diabetes  at the age of 21, I had not given the first thought to living a healthy diabetic lifestyle. As far as I was concerned, a healthy lifestyle was reserved only for fitness junkies and overweight moms. I didn’t know squat about the benefits and overall happiness […]

In Depth With Diabetes

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 Diabetes  is a common disorder that affects at least 346 million people worldwide according to the World Health Organization. It is the most common of the endocrine disorders and at its most basic level, it is the body’s inability to produce enough insulin or respond to insulin which results in a person having very high […]

Get Some Diabetic Care Tips

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 Diabetes  mellitus refers to a group of metabolic diseases characterized by high blood sugar (glucose) levels that result from defects in insulin secretion, or its action, or both. Blood glucose levels in the body are controlled by a hormone known as ‘insulin’. Insulin is produced by an organ known as pancreas. When the blood glucose […]

Diabetes – The Sobering Reality

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First the good news… The medical community has learned so much about  diabetes  over the past few years, including the causes, complications, new treatments and about the nature of the disease that it can be controlled much better than in the past. Now for the bad news… There is no cure for  diabetes , and not […]

Gestational Diabetes – Will it Go Away?

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Gestational  diabetes  is a type of  diabetes  that starts during pregnancy. It will affect about 4% of all pregnant women. The good news is that it usually goes away after pregnancy. Pregnant women who have never had  diabetes  before but who have high blood sugar (glucose) levels during pregnancy are said to have gestational  diabetes . […]