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  • Are You at Risk for Diabetes?
    Diabetes is a disease where the body cannot properly produce or use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that turns the foods you eat into energy. If your body cannot turn food into energy, not only will your cells be starved for energy, you will also build up glucose (sugar) in your blood.
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  • Diabetes Management and Stress
    Stress may be good because it can add enthusiasm and excitement to your day. Too much stress is usually harmful because it has a lasting effect on your emotional and physical condition.
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  • Diabetes, What You Need to Know
    Diabetes has numerous health complications associated with not keeping it controlled. But, keep it controlled and it can barely be noticed. This article outlines the complications, defines the two types of diabetes along with diet therapy for both types plus how to figure your own calorie needs.
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  • Diabetic Medical Supplies are a Necessity Anyone with Diabetes
    Diabetes is a disease that affects all ages, races, and cultural groups of people and left undiagnosed and untreated can lead to a wide range of life threatening complications that can include heart disease, kidney failure, nerve damage, and vision problems.
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  • Exercise for the Diabetic
    Along with medical nutritional therapy and insulin, exercise is the third component to successfully treating diabetes. Exercise, like insulin, lowers blood glucose levels, assists in maintaining normal lipid levels, and increases circulation. For most individuals, consistent and individualized exercise helps reduce the therapeutic dose of insulin.
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  • Iíve Just Been Told Iíve Got Diabetes. Now What Do I Do?
    Extensive medical research exists linking the increased use of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and the growing incidence of Type 2 diabetes. Because it causes a draining of chromium (a trace mineral that helps control blood sugar levels) from the body, the effects of HFCS need to be countered with supplementation.
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  • Maintaining Diabetic Blood Sugar Level
    For the diabetic maintaining their blood sugar level in the normal range is key to successfully managing their disease. Without proper blood glucose control the diabetic risks a variety of disorders and complications that are caused by high blood sugar levels. Left untreated for a long period of time diabetes can become a life threatening illness.
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  • Protein Principles for Diabetes
    Dietary considerations can present a Hobson√Ę‚ā¨‚ĄĘs choice in diabetes. Even when the intake is nutritious, assimilating it can be another matter. Then there is the problem of progression of diabetic complications if one ends up with excess glucose or fat in the system. Excess carbohydrates in a meal, and the resulting uncontrolled blood sugar levels can be detrimental to any number of tissues, from the lens of the eye, to the neurons, small blood vessels and the kidneys. Fat is also a problem with increase incidences of atherosclerosis, large vessel disease and cardiac complications. What, then is the appropriate macronutrient for the diabetic population? Enough medical literature exists to suggest that in diabetes, proteins are probably the best bet.
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  • The Profect Solution for Diabetics
    Diabetes, which affects more than 6% of the US population or over 18,000,000 people, is diagnosed when the body is not creating or effectively utilizing the hormone called insulin. As a result, much-needed energy from sugar, starch, and other sources are not being exploited as effectively as they should. This can lead to severe adverse health consequences, including nerve, ocular, and kidney problems.
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