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Reversing Diabetes – Is It Possible?

While there are worse medical conditions out there, there is no doubt that diabetes can have quite a negative impact on your life. It can remove a lot of the freedom that you used to have. It may require you to have to have a much more strict diet. You will have to make sure that your blood sugar stays low, etc. Some of the changes that people with diabetes have to undergo are very good. It’s just a shame that it took diabetes to bring out that change in behaviour and habit.

Type 2 Diabetes – How a Diabetic Can Benefit From a Physically Active Lifestyle

As a Type 2 diabetic, you are aware what you eat makes a big difference in controlling your blood sugar. When you take part in physical activity or exercise, after a few months your metabolism actually changes, and you burn more calories all through the day. When you exercise on a regular basis, you may also have less trouble changing your eating style.

Type 2 Diabetes – Have You Hit a Weight Loss Wall Due to Your Insulin Therapy?

Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar is a well-known side effect from using the common diabetes treatment that is injectable insulin. But what is less known is by taking this medication you could be hindering your successful weight loss. Weight loss is vital for successfully managing your Type 2 diabetes…

Three Simple Tips For Living Well With Diabetes

Living well with diabetes might sound intimidating. It doesn’t have to be. Here are a few quick tips to help you manage this disease.

Snacks for Beating Diabetes

What do you do when you start feeling a little peckish between meals? As a type 2 diabetic you cannot give yourself a boost with a bar of chocolate, a few sweets or a sticky bun. Here are a few suggestions.

Type 2 Diabetes – Cardiovascular Disease Often the Cause of Death in Young Diabetics

Type 2 diabetes was once considered a disease that didn’t strike the young and only the over 45’s. That has changed dramatically in recent years as due to a consequence of increased obesity and inactivity, this form of diabetes is now affecting young children as well as young adults.

Type 2 Diabetes – Air Pollution and Its Effect on the Development of Diabetes

In earlier articles on air pollution and Type 2 diabetes I have referred to studies carried out on this subject. Recent work done at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel, Switzerland, and other research centers throughout Switzerland and Germany, confirm many of these earlier studies. The Swiss study, reported on in the journal Environment International in June 2014 included 6,392 participants between 29 and 73 years of age. Concentrations of air pollution particles less than 10 micrometers wide and nitrogen dioxide in the air around the homes of these participants were estimated.

Type 2 Diabetes – Do You Have The Toxic Hormone Disrupting Chemical BPA In Your Body?

It has been revealed the plastic chemical BPA can increase your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and it seems the body fluids of Australians are laced with BPA says a researcher. “There is strong evidence supporting the fact BPA increases the risk of diabetes developing in mice, monkeys and rats.” said Professor Dianna Magliano ahead of a talk at the World Diabetes Congress in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Professor Magliano is analysing urine samples from 3000 Australians to find whether the presence of BPA in urine can predict people’s risk of developing Type 2 diabetes over time.

Diabetes Depression And Sex – Crush Diabetes, Toss Out Depression And Start Having Sex Again!

Both men and women who have diabetes can experience sexual problems. Men with diabetes may experience erectile dysfunction, which is the inability to have an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.

Type 2 Diabetes – 6 Ways To Boost Your Antioxidant Intake

One overlooked way to help reverse Type 2 diabetes without drugs is to neutralize and eliminate the damage done by free-radical toxins by using antioxidant foods and supplements. Free radicals are molecules that damage the body’s cells. Making sure you eat an antioxidant rich diet is one of the top ways to combat disease, keep your immune system strong, and simply feel better on a day to day basis.

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