What Diabetics Don’t Know – That Keeps Them Diabetic!




Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating – Why Nuts Are A Must Have On Your Nutrition Plan

Many studies have revealed nuts protect against heart disease. And then there are studies saying they may protect against Type 2 diabetes as well. It has been shown women who ate an ounce of nuts on five occasions during a week were 27% less likely to develop diabetes than women who rarely ate nuts. The fiber and magnesium in the nuts helped maintain lower blood sugar and insulin levels. Of course, this is not final proof as other factors might come into play.

Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – If You Are Off Track Today, Fix It Tomorrow

To be fair, the feeling of falling off track is upsetting. It may hurt. You may be disappointed with yourself or feel intense regret. Mainly when you want to achieve the goal you set out to gain. If the goal is weight loss, falling off track is a common occurrence. So do not think for a moment this is unique to you or worse – that it is because of your inability to achieve or stay disciplined in some way.

Type 2 Diabetes – Obesity And Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is a good description of a condition in which the liver stores too much fat. It is the accumulation of liver fat in people who drink little or no alcohol. Many people with mild cases of the disease are unaware of it and live seemingly healthy, happy lives. When the disease progresses to fibrosis or scarring, the liver can fail. According to scientists at the Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre and several other research facilities in Brazil, Type 2 diabetes is a risk factor for fibrosis in severely obese individuals diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – The Best Low-Calorie Foods To Add To Your Diet Plan

For most people who have received a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, one of the key things they want to focus on with their nutrition plan is controlling or losing weight. As such, it becomes critically important you are doing all you can to eat a reduced calorie diet and be mindful still about monitoring and controlling your blood sugar levels.

The Truth About Carbs, Obesity & Diabetes

Are the manufacturers of food products aware of what they are inflicting upon the nation? Yes we are responsible for what we put in our mouths but many foods we have little choice about. Take breakfast cereal, the quick and easy breakfast for much of the population. I checked my packets to find cornflakes contained 2g per 30 g serving with a total 27.5 carbohydrates and bran-flakes a supposedly healthy option contained 4.1g per 30g serving with a total of 27g carbohydrates, hopefully many are good carbs. Also 30g is a very meagre serving I suspect most of the population have double!

Type 2 Diabetes – Should You Take Vitamin D If Your Have Diabetes?

In May of 2018, the Journal of the Pakistani Medical Association reported on a study showing vitamin D helped lower HbA1c levels in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Investigators at Sahiwal Medical College and several other research institutions in Pakistan found people with Type 2 diabetes receiving vitamin D supplements showed lower HbA1c levels than those receiving the usual care only.

Type 2 Diabetes – The Right Mindset to Reverse Diabetes

If you have been given a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, then treatment most definitely needs to be on your list of things to do. Perhaps the degree of your desire to treat the disease is different to other diabetics, but you still share the same intention nonetheless. Even though many people do not seem to be doing much about their condition, it would be an error to suggest the average person with Type 2 diabetes does not want to treat the disease.

Type 2 Diabetes – Difficulty Breathing During Sleep Linked With Heart and Blood Vessel Disease

A study reported on in the journal Sleep Medicine in May 2018 has linked difficult breathing during sleep with heart and blood vessel disease in people who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at University Medical Center Regensburg in Germany found those with Type 2 diabetes who had difficulty with their breathing while asleep had significantly more heart and blood vessel disease than those whose breathing was untroubled.

Type 2 Diabetes – Eat What You Need Not What You Crave

If it were possible to suppress our appetite effectively, weight loss would never be a struggle. But our hunger exists for a good reason, so it is better to find a way to adapt and solve the challenge… “Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better.” ~ Jim Rohn. So, make yourself better or more capable instead. The point, however, is not just about weight loss. It is also about managing Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – A Fatty Liver Can Indicate Who Is at Risk for Developing Diabetes

Fatty liver unrelated to alcoholism raises the chance of the sufferer developing Type 2 diabetes. According to scientists at the University of Barcelona and various other research institutions in Spain, measuring the extent of fatty liver damage could be a new way of predicting who is at risk. Their discovery was announced in the online journal PLOS ONE in June 2018. The researchers used a measure called the Fatty Liver Index (FLI).

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