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Type 2 Diabetes – Anti-Diabetic Medications, B12, Calcium, and Older Brains

Brain function can become impaired in older people who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Researchers at the University of Melbourne in Australia investigated the possible relationships between treatment with the oral anti-diabetic medication metformin, vitamin B12 supplements, and calcium supplements.

Type 2 Diabetes – Myths That Need To Be Reconsidered

If you have Type 2 diabetes and are either overweight or obese, weight loss will be your main goal. However, if you believe in many of the myths, you will be taking many wrong steps. Following these guidelines will help you to start your effective weight loss plan…

Diabetic Complications During Pregnancy

With proper planning, you can have a normal pregnancy and a healthy baby. The most important thing is to keep the glucose level as your doctor has recommended and strict control over the A1C goal for several months before becoming pregnant. Otherwise serious complications might occur to both; the fetus as well as the mother.

Type 2 Diabetes – Diabetes and Hearing Loss

According to a study performed at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, diabetes could be associated with the kind of hearing loss typically associated with advanced age. The study, reported on in August 2013 in the medical journal Laryngoscope, put together eighteen articles on diabetes and hearing, and analysed them as if they were one big study. It was found diabetics had a 91 percent higher rate of hearing loss than non-diabetics.

Diabetes – Part 9 – Why Do I Crave Something Sweet After Finishing A Meal?

Why do I crave something sweet after finishing a meal? This is a question I get asked a lot by my clients – and one that I also ask myself! Yes, I do battle with sugar cravings! So I went in search of some definitive answers…

Type 2 Diabetes – Revealing The Truth Behind Some of Those Weight Loss Myths

As a diabetic, one of the things that most people are concerned with is losing weight and keeping it off. However, there are many myths that confuse people and affect how well they cope with weight loss. These six tips will help you better understand weight loss…

Treating Diabetes With Natural Cures

Mostly, people develop diabetes when they are in the age group of 50-55 years. Medical experts attribute it to an over-indulgent and sedentary way of life. However, for those effected, it can turn out to be a nightmare. At this stage in life, few people are in a position to cope up with additional problems, leave alone one that may effect their health and well-being. Doctors mean well but their medication is routine, and advice seldom reassuring. Under these circumstances, people seeking help do not know where to find it.

Type 2 Diabetes – A Nutraceutical or Nutrititonal Supplement to Help With Weight Loss

Many diets, supplements, and even topical remedies have been applied to fight obesity, with little or no effect on the epidemic. That being said, investigators at the University of Knoxville in the United States, in conjunction with NuSirt Sciences, Inc., have conducted a study that shows possible weight loss benefits of a dietary supplement called NuShape.

Type 2 Diabetes – Health Benefits of Various Teas

Tea is a refreshing drink at any time. However, many people are not aware there is a wide range of various teas and many have particular properties that help improve several aspects of your health, especially if you have Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – 7 Tips to Help Protect Your Feet

Can you touch your toes without too much effort? Do you touch your toes? If you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, you must regularly check your feet to see if there are any problems. You may have cuts, scratches, bruises, discolored toenails and other issues and not even realize it. This is because it’s easy for diabetics to lose a degree of sensitivity in their extremities. You may have poor circulation which slows down the healing process.

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