Book Review: Dr. Fung – The Diabetes Code




DIY Diabetes Cure Tricks: Do DIY Diabetes Cures Really Work?

Diabetes is an issue where your body does not manage the amount of sugar in your blood properly. Worldwide and especially in the United States, the number of people being diagnosed with diabetes is increasing every year. For most individuals, diabetes is an extremely challenging condition because it requires strict dietary confinements and changes in the lifestyle. This can be rather difficult to overcome. No more super sized sodas and late night pizza binges! A strong exercise regimen consisting mostly of aerobic exercise and a healthy diet low in fast food, junk food, and sugary snacks, but high in fruits and vegetables is hard for a lot of people to imagine.

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes – Is It Possible?

Diabetes is a slow developing disease for which there is no cure. However you can halt its progress so that the damaging effects it is having on your body are mitigated, as I have managed to do. But can you reverse your diabetes so that it disappears altogether?

Type 2 Diabetes – Controlling Your Blood Sugar Will Help Lower Your Risk of Having a Stroke

The risk of stroke is higher in Type 2 diabetics than in healthy individuals. According to the National Stroke Association in the United States, individuals with diabetes have up to four times the risk of stroke as non-diabetics. This is because some complications of diabetes can lead to strokes.

Type 2 Diabetes – Is There A Path To Full Recovery From This Form of Diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a progressive disease, meaning if it’s not treated, it will continue to get worse. As the disease progresses, many people with this form of diabetes progress from altering their diet to having to take medications to taking insulin. But there’s been lots of talk lately around the fact diabetes doesn’t have to continually get worse. With a healthy diet and exercise, it can be maintained. And there’s even some evidence recently Type 2 diabetes can be completely reversed.

Type 2 Diabetes – Undiagnosed Cases of Diabetes Among Heart Patients

People diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are at risk for coronary artery disease, in which the arteries that feed blood to the heart muscle become clogged with cholesterol. Type 2 diabetics often suffer high levels of cholesterol, with too much LDL or “bad” cholesterol and too little HDL or “good” cholesterol, a combination that can lead to arterial clogging.

Type 2 Diabetes – Natural Ways to Lower Your Blood Sugar

If you have Type 2 diabetes, eating a healthy diet can help reduce or even eliminate your need to take medications. As you probably know, reducing simple sugars from your diet is important. But there are also certain foods you can add to your eating plan that are especially good at reducing your blood sugar.

Type 2 Diabetes – 3 Ways To Boost Your Calorie Burn During Your Workouts

Maintaining a healthy body weight is one of the core tenants of managing and improving your Type 2 diabetes. Getting your diet down pat will definitely help move you in the right direction as far as body weight management is concerned, but on top of that, doing some great calorie burning exercises is a must as well. Let’s take a closer look at three of the top ways that you can boost your calorie burn during your workout session.

Running Through The Tape

Sometimes the things we hear while growing up stick with us, either consciously or subconsciously. My high school track coach imparted some very timely and painful words of wisdom, that have guided me through many of my successes as an adult, including my battle with diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – 4 Tips For Keeping Your Blood Sugar Under Control

If you are looking for a few quick tips to keep your blood sugar in check, it’s imperative you are looking at a few key things that you could be doing during your day to help maintain healthy levels. Far too few people realize just how powerful a few useful strategies can be, so by taking the time to implement these, you should notice a big difference in how you feel on a day-to-day basis. Let’s go over four quick tips that you can start using immediately…

Type 2 Diabetes – Vitamin D Levels in Pregnant Diabetic Women

Low levels of vitamin D are fairly common in people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and, according to a study reported on in the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, February 2014, pregnant diabetic women are no exception. Researchers at James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, looked at 101 pregnant women with both Gestational and pre-pregnancy diabetes…

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