Intermittent Fasting/Time-Restricted Eating: Beat Diabetes & Obesity!




Additional Benefits Of Using Cholesterol-Lowering Statins Discovered

Statins are the drugs that are keeping millions of us diabetics alive by helping us control our cholesterol levels and reduce our risk of heart disease. Recent research suggests that statins make even more valuable contributions to good health.

Type 2 Diabetes – Vitamin D and Blood Sugar Control in Gestational Diabetes

According to one research study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, May 2004, vitamin D increases insulin sensitivity by up to 60%. Vitamin D levels tend to be low in women with Type 2 diabetes and Gestational diabetes, or diabetes of pregnancy. In October 2014 the journal BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth reported on a study showing the relationship between vitamin D and blood sugar control in women with Gestational diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – What Is Affecting Your Motivation to Reverse Your Diabetes?

You know you have Type 2 diabetes. You know your blood sugar is too high and you need to lose weight. Diabetes is a serious medical problem and one that requires constant and consistent care. But are you having trouble staying motivated? Welcome to the lives most people lead. Motivation is not something that comes naturally to the vast majority of people because we as humans love to maintain the status quo.

Type 2 Diabetes – Does the Stress of Changing Culture Lead to High Blood Sugar Levels?

Changing from one society to another often involves making changes in culture to adapt to one’s new country. Changes in diet, activities, and probably other subtler habits, can make for a new health status. In the United States Latinos are the fast growing subculture and have the highest lifetime risk of developing insulin resistance, high blood sugar levels and Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at Temple University in Philadelphia, United States, looked at changes in culture in Latinos living in the United States to learn what changes could be associated with the increased risk of developing full-blown Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – You Can Have Healthy Happy Diabetic Feet

Having Type 2 diabetes puts you at risk for foot complications like ulcers, wounds, and infections. Fifteen to twenty-five percent of people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes end up developing an ulcer, and 14 to 24 percent of people with ulcers end up needing an amputation. In order to keep your feet healthy and prevent these issues, it helps to understand what causes foot problems and why having high and unstable blood sugar levels puts you at risk…

Type 2 Diabetes – Have You Created A Sick-Day Care Plan?

No one likes to get sick. Having a cold, flu, or another illness is bad enough. And for those people who have Type 2 diabetes, getting sick is even worse as it makes their blood sugar levels harder to manage. Changes to your regular meals and your body’s response to illness can both make managing your diabetes challenging. You may not feel like eating or drinking when you’re sick. If you can’t eat very much, it will be difficult to get in enough carbohydrates, which can lead to hypoglycemia.

Type 2 Diabetes – What About Herbal Therapies to Help Lower Blood Sugar Levels?

Are you interested in finding a way to lower your blood sugar naturally? If so, you’re not alone. Many Type 2 diabetics are interested in taking herbs and other supplements to manage their blood sugar. But supplements aren’t required to be tested before they’re sold – so the manufacturers can claim they have health benefits that aren’t tested. For this reason, it’s important to look at research studies to test these claims before deciding to take any supplements. It’s thought taking cinnamon may be able to lower your blood sugar levels by decreasing insulin resistance.

Type 2 Diabetes – Three Reasons To Start A Diabetic Food Journal

Having received a diagnosis of prediabetes or Type 2 diabetes, you are urged to keep track of what you eat. You may commonly think food journaling is a hassle. Writing down what you eat every day – who has time for that? But, many people do not fully understand all the benefits that come along with food journaling and just why it is such a smart idea for them to take part in it. Let’s walk you through three such reasons so you can see more clearly just why food journaling is so vital to you successfully lowering both your blood sugar levels and your body weight…

Type 2 Diabetes – Try This Pizza Recipe To Combat Food Cravings

There is no absolute ‘right’ way to eat to manage your blood sugar, your weight and your Type 2 diabetes. Only you can really know what eating plan suits you – you know what works best for you and helps you to feel good. Actually, the best diet for Type 2 diabetics is the same diet that is good for everyone – provided it contains healthy food. Now, having said that, do you have a killer craving for pizza that just won’t budge? How about pizza for breakfast? It really can happen if you know how to go about preparing it properly.

Type 2 Diabetes – Four Tips To Help Diabetics Save Time On Food Prep!

Being told by your doctor you have Type 2 diabetes can come as a shock. It is often difficult to accept you have to take this disease seriously. Changing the type of foods you eat, including more physical activity in your life, monitoring your blood sugar and maybe taking diabetes medications, can interfere with your life as you knew it. You have been advised to eat a healthy, balanced diet and that it’s not really negotiable. This means no processed foods. In fact, many people can manage their Type 2 diabetes simply by choosing the right kinds and amounts of food, along with increasing their physical activity, and not need to take any medication at all…

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