Diabetes

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5 Herbs and Spices for Diabetes Prevention

Eating healthily is important to help you fight age-related issues. But, a healthy diet, with the right herbs and spices, can also help to prevent the onset of diabetes. Diabetes, the lack of your body’s ability to process sugar properly, can lead to an array of issues. These include hunger, thirst, fatigue, and even weight loss. But, more importantly, it leads to long term kidney damage and issues with your nerves or even your eyes. It can also lead to death, there were approximately 1.6 million deaths in 2016 which were directly attributed to diabetes. If you already have diabetes then the following herbs may also help you to reduce your blood sugar levels and reactivate your insulin capabilities. Of course, you’ll need to invest in a Freestyle...

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Control Your Sugar Level Now

Diabetes is a metabolic condition, which is characterized by pathological changes with regard to insulin metabolism and blood sugar levels. All over the world, there are millions of people who suffer from this chronic disorder, requiring permanent treatment (often in the form of insulin shots). There are several types of diabetes, each with its own manifestations, but all require careful monitoring of blood sugar levels and adequate management/treatment. Main diabetes types – type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes Type 1, also known as juvenile diabetes, is an autoimmune condition. What happens is that the overactive immune system attacks the pancreas, affecting insulin production. This causes people to become dependent on artificial insulin. Type 2, more commonly referred to as diabetes mellitus, affects the use of insulin...

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Ketogenic diet for type 2 diabetes: Is It safe?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Type 2 diabetes is a condition affecting blood sugar levels that can be managed by following a healthful diet and maintaining a healthy weight. People who are obese can reduce their risk of developing diabetes by eating a balanced, nutritious diet. Following a diet that is full of vitamins and minerals and low in added sugars and unhealthful fats can help people to lose some of the extra weight. People who lose 5-10 percent of their body weight can lower their risk of developing diabetes by 58 percent. For people with diabetes or people with pre-diabetes, losing the same amount of body weight can help provide a noticeable improvement in blood sugar. For some people, the ketogenic diet is an effective way to control their diabetes. It...