By: Dan Ludwig | Jan 14, 2014 People these days are jumping on the band wagon to reversing Diabetes and better health. Unfortunately, most people do not know what they are doing. Before you jump right in think about your choices and take a look at this article, this is a list of some of the mistakes people are making.
By: Christine Castillo | Oct 12, 2013 Diabetes is on the rise across the globe. In the UK, one in every 10 person suffers from diabetes which is also becoming one of the reasons of deaths in the country. Though the disease does not have any proper cure, the only thing people can do is manage it well so that it does not become life-threatening.
By: Zidane Randall | Oct 3, 2013 Diabetes has become common worldwide and diet plays a major role in the treatment of this disease. Following are top 10 healthy foods that people with diabetes should add to their diets.
By: Vanni Jain | Sep 30, 2013 Diabetes is a common problem these days. It’s even more common among people over 50 and that’s why it has become important to know about Treatment of diabetes. It’s very hard to cure diabetes but there are many ways to keep it under control.
By: Vanni Jain | Sep 28, 2013 Many non-diabetic women get the symptoms of diabetes while they are pregnant. This is called gestational diabetes. In diabetes, the pancreas is not able to produce insulin or the insulin is produced but cannot be used properly.
By: Vanni Jain | Sep 25, 2013 There are 2 type of diabetes which is found in the people. Pancreas creates a hormone which is called insulin. Insulin is helpful in converting the starch, sugar and other nutrients of the food into energy.
By: Brittany Stone | Sep 24, 2013 Diabetes has become more and more popular in many countries in the world. This disease has two types: type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. While type 1 diabetes often appears in children, teenagers or young adults, type 2 diabetes is described as an epidemic.
By: Vanni Jain | Sep 17, 2013 The symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes are very similar. The first notable symptom is high blood sugar is increased thirst. This is followed by frequent urination. The increased thirst and frequent urination is caused due to the buildup of glucose in the blood stream that will steal fluids from various other tissues.
By: Vanni Jain | Sep 17, 2013 Treatment of type 2 diabetes will typically include taking regular exercise, losing weight if a person is obese or overweight and eating a regular diet. Home blood glucose testing is very essential.