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Diabetes and Its’ Threat on Growth and Stability in China

Diabetes and Its’ Threat on Growth and Stability in China

Over 100 million individuals, living in China, suffer with diabetes (almost 13% of the entire population), and it’s growing at an alarming rate. Almost 600 million native born Chinese people will suffer from pre-diabetes. When pre-diabetes is not effectively treated, it can (and will) lead to Type Two diabetes. These numbers reflect an “epidemic”, and […]

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Diabetes and Honey

Diabetes and Honey

When compared to other sweeteners, honey will also raise blood sugar levels. The good news is that pure honey has more nutrition, which makes it a better choice than sugar. When used in moderation, diabetics can safely enjoy that sweet taste of honey. Honey is three times as sweet as table sugar, so automatically you […]

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Diabetes Treatment – Cycloset

Diabetes Treatment – Cycloset

Treatment for Type 2 diabetes should be discussed, in detail, with your health care professional, in order to decide what would be the best course of action to pursue. That being said, education is power, when it comes to your own wellness, and you should be aware of that, Cycloset is a prescription that has […]

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Diabetes and Osteoporosis

Diabetes and Osteoporosis

According to the International Diabetes Federation, there are close to 400 million people, worldwide, that have diabetes. It is estimated that this number will more than double, in the next 20 years. Insulin helps blood sugar turn into useful energy, but when the body does not produce (Type 1 diabetes) or when the body cannot […]

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Are you prepared for a diabetic emergency?

Are you prepared for a diabetic emergency?

Whether you are traveling to another country or staying local, to run “everyday” errands, emergencies can happen, like getting stuck in an elevator or being stuck in a traffic jam for several hours. Weather emergencies, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, blizzards and tornadoes happen all over the world, and these types of situations can not only […]

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Diabetes and the Benefits of Fresh Herbs

Diabetes and the Benefits of Fresh Herbs

In the United States, about 25 million individuals are afflicted with diabetes, and 90% of that number is Type 2. These statistics are supplied by the ADA (American Diabetes Associations). Medications are usually prescribed for Type 2 diabetic patients, to effectively manage their blood sugar levels, but studies have shown that there are herbs that […]

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Diabetes and Beer

Diabetes and Beer

Diabetics always need to be aware of what they eat and drink, because it can have a direct effect on blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates are converted into fuel for the body’s use; however, carbs are very difficult for diabetics to effectively metabolize. Depending on a person’s weight, height and age, a recommended carbohydrate intake will […]

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