Fat Loss and Raw Food
I suspect that you have already heard about a raw food diet and may have even tried it. I find that many of my clients just cannot believe that they could have a varied diet eating raw food. But once you know a bit about it the options are endless. There are raw breads, biscuits and the most amazing desserts! So maybe it is not as bad as you might first have thought!Type 2 Diabetes – The Most Common Nutritional Deficiencies in Diabetics, Part 1
Anyone living with prediabetes or full-blown Type 2 diabetes needs to be aware it is not just blood sugar levels that need to be monitored. Addressing any nutritional deficiencies is just as important as managing the disease and preventing other health problems from developing. In fact, we all need to ensure we are getting enough daily of the micro nutrients which are vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Unfortunately, many Type 2 diabetes are found to have low levels of particular nutrients.Fight Your Diabetes By Using These Helpful Ideas
Diabetes is a trying time in anyone’s life, but you can make it manageable with the choices you make. It may seem like a daunting task at first but after you get it under control you can expect to live a full life. Following are some handy tips to help you make good decisions. Please read on.Diabetes – Things You Should Know About This Serious Disease Diabetes
Diabetes is a very serious disease and should not be taken lightly but there is a simple way to reverse the symptoms and live a normal life. Diabetes is a dangerous non-communicable disease which can have serious and sometimes detrimental repercussions if it is not treated properly and in a timely manner.Diabetic Neuropathy and Alpha-lipoic Acid
It’s now five months since I stopped taking alpha-lipoic acid to relieve symptoms of diabetic neuropathy and so far the problems with my feet have not become any worse. Here’s the updated story and my conclusions about the effectiveness of alpha-lipoic acid.Type 2 Diabetes – How Much Does It Cost to Manage Your Blood Sugar?
The average cost a person living with Type 2 diabetes will spend on managing this disease is $85,000 – according to a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The reason the study was conducted in the first place was to try to understand what the financial return would be on preventing or delaying the onset of Type 2 diabetes, to understand the long-term financial impact of newly diagnosed cases, and the financial cost for the various complications that arise as a result of having uncontrolled and high blood sugar.Type 2 Diabetes – Solving the Mystery of How Green Tea Works
Green tea has been associated with health benefits, such as preventing and controlling Type 2 diabetes, for many years. Researchers at University Medical School Schleswig-Holstein in Germany looked at the ability of an enzyme found in this type of tea to change cortisone to cortisol.Type 2 Diabetes – Do Men With Diabetes Face A Higher Risk of Developing Bowel Cancer?
An 11 year study has found men with Type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of developing bowel cancer and, because of this, researchers are urging more people to be screened for this disease that can be fatal when undiagnosed. The study was carried out by the University of Western Australia on almost 1,300 males. This was a first time study that discovered both men and women with Type 2 diabetes are at an increased risk of developing all types of different cancers.Type 2 Diabetes – The Condition of Blood Vessels in Relatives of Diabetics
Type 2 diabetes is a hereditary disorder, making it important for family members to eat a healthy diet, watch their weight, and exercise daily to prevent the condition from developing. According to new research, family members probably also need to limit their sugar intake to avoid the risk of heart and blood vessel disease.Type 2 Diabetes – Women With Gestational Diabetes Are At An Increased Risk of Developing Sleep Apnea
When you are awake the muscles in your nose mouth and throat keep your airways open. But when you are asleep and these muscles narrow they prevent air from moving freely… breathing can stop for anywhere between 10 seconds or longer causing you to wake, gasp for breath, then fall asleep again and, according to a new study, women who have Gestational diabetes are almost 7 times more likely to develop obstructive sleep apnea than pregnant women without diabetes.