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Can You Regulate Your High Cholesterol? Are There Ways To Lower High Cholesterol And Enjoy Food?

Simple things you do now can make a great impact now. Smaller portions, eating and watching what you eat makes a difference. Why live with high cholesterol levels…

Type 2 Diabetes – Ulcers Are More Commonly Found in People With Diabetes

Ulcers are one of the most frequent problems associated with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes. Although they can appear anywhere, they are more often found on your feet and legs because of peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage). An ulcer is where a patch of skin has broken down so you can see the tissue underneath.

Type 2 Diabetes – Walking and Running to Prevent Diabetes and Heart Disease

Aerobic exercises, those that speed up your heartbeat and breathing, are known to be good for preventing the development of Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Walking and running are two such exercises, and researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, USA, compared their health benefits. In a study published in the journal Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology in April 2013, the investigators looked at 33,060 runners and 15,945 walkers.

Type 2 Diabetes – Tight Diabetes Control

When you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, it is always the best idea for you to do your part to ensure your condition is being properly managed so that your condition does not deteriorate. Unfortunately, not everyone is as adamant at monitoring their condition as they should be. Some diabetics will at times do something to help their condition, while other diabetics are absolutely militant about keeping their disease at bay. The latter group is known as “tight diabetes control”.

Debunking Six Myths About Diabetes Management

Diabetes is a serious condition that affects huge numbers of people all over the world. Many patients believe common myths about diabetes symptoms and treatment, such as the idea that sugar induces the disease. If you’ve heard any of these falsehoods about diabetes, talk to your doctor or another medical professional to find out the truth.

Why Mulberry Leaf Is Considered a Super-Food and An Excellent Natural Blood Sugar Balancer

Scientific evidence from research conducted at top medical institutions in the United States, India, France, and throughout Asia, prove that the Mulberry Leaf is one of the most powerful natural herbal supplements, and it can no longer be ignored as a potent solution to many health issues. It contains…

Type 2 Diabetes – Why Do You Develop Diabetes?

When your doctor gives you your Type 2 diabetes diagnosis, you will immediately ask why and how. While these may sound like simple questions, the opposite is true. There’s no single reason why you develop diabetes and you don’t develop it overnight. It takes a long time and many different facets of your life are involved. To get an idea of what you do to “attract” diabetes, let’s look at a case study.

Type 2 Diabetes – How To Battle Binge Eating Successfully!

Binge eating can be hazardous to your health, regardless of whether you have Type 2 diabetes or not. However, it does pose more problems if you already have diabetes because it puts additional stress on your already weakened body, including your organs and brain and will also increase your weight. The good news is there are ways to combat this problem.

Type 2 Diabetes – Cinnamon for Treating Diabetes

Nutrition as medicine just got more support, this time from a new study on cinnamon in diabetes, published in the International Journal of Preventive Medicine in September 2012. Researchers in the Department of Nutrition at Tehran University in Iran assigned 22 people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes to receive 3 grams of a cinnamon supplement per day for 8 weeks and compared them with 22 Type 2 diabetes patients taking a placebo. Cinnamon actually stimulates the production of glucose-burning enzymes and increases the effectiveness of insulin, according to the USDA Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center in…

Type 2 Diabetes – How Diabetics Can Lower Their Cholesterol Level

When cholesterol levels are not properly managed they set the tone for a multitude of health problems to creep in. Heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure are just a few of the many complications that can arise from having low levels of HDL or “good” cholesterol and high levels of LDL or “bad” cholesterol. Here are 6 steps to take to help you lower your unhealthy cholesterol levels…

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