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Diabetes is a Disease

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A disorder affecting the way our bodies use digested food for growth and energy is  Diabetes . In the blood most of the food we eat is broken down into glucose sugar.  Diabetes  is also an important development issue because it has a large economic impact. In higher-income countries, more than half of those with  diabetes  […]

What To Expect With Cat Diabetes

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Lately I have been talking to a lot of people that have just found out their cat has  diabetes , and most of them were panicking. Of course it’s a shock to hear your vet say your pet is diabetic and the  news  can be overwhelming, but you have to know that cat  diabetes  is a […]

Type 2 Diabetes And Exercise – Just Do It

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Exercise is important for correct treatment of Type 2  Diabetes . As a result, used in combination with proper diet and tablets, people with Type 2  Diabetes  have a good shot at keeping the  Diabetes  2 in check for a long period. You might know that it will also helps approach bodyweight problems, which also helps […]

Whey: Good News for Diabetics

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Diabetes Mellitus type 2 (DMT2) affects over 350 million people worldwide, being the most common variety of diabetes. And the tendency is for this number to grow. A patient suffering from DMT2 displays chronically low insulin blood levels and subsequently high glycemia levels, which increases the risk of several health problems, such as retinophaty, nephropathy, […]

Diabetic Menu Basics

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Diabetes is a serious disease affecting growing numbers of people worldwide, including almost 30 million Americans, most of whom are overweight and following a diet that is likely to promote the onset of the diabetic condition. Diabetes exists when a person’s blood sugar levels are consistently above normal. The diabetic menu is the foundation for […]

Diabetic Diets – What to Eat and What to Avoid

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When a person has diabetes, their body does not produce enough insulin to manage the blood sugar levels within the body. This means that a person will have to resort to other measures for controlling their blood sugar levels by following a  diabetic  diet accompanied with regular exercise. Other ways to ease the complications of […]

5 Keys to Overcome Depression From Diabetes

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Diabetics often suffer from depression. One study posits that twenty to forty per cent of all diabetics have at least minimal to mild depression at any given time, and that ninety per cent will suffer some degree of depression in any given five-year span. But which came first — the  diabetes  or the depression? There […]

Diabetes – Treatment

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Around 8% of the US Population suffers from  Diabetes . This represents around 24 Million Americans. Approximately 57 Million Americans show signs of blood sugar abnormalities that are problematic and are considered pre-diabetes symptoms. While there is not really a cure for  diabetes , many people live successfully and healthily with  diabetes . In  diabetes , the body typically […]

Diabetes And You

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Almost 800,000 cases of  diabetes  are diagnosed every year. Those with  diabetes  are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and kidney failure.  Diabetes  is caused when the body does not process or use glucose, a type of sugar, properly. There are several different types of  diabetes  that affect the body differently. While  diabetes  can have […]

Diabetes 2 – Causes and Dangers

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 Diabetes  2 and 1 were acknowledged following numerous studies. In  diabetes , one of two things occurs. The pancreas cannot make insulin (type 1) or else; the cells do not react to the insulin correctly and the pancreas produces too little insulin for the body’s increased needs ( diabetes  2).  Diabetes  2 affects approximately 95% of all […]