Tag: type 2

FDA Approved Tradjenta

FDA Approved Tradjenta

The Food and Drug Administration FDA approved Tradjenta, a new oral medication for the control of glucose levels in the blood of people that have

Read More »
Abbott Diabetes Care

Abbott Diabetes Care

Abbott Diabetes Care has its main facility in Alameda, California, USA. This company being a global, broad-based health care company is totally devoted to the development, manufacturing and marketing of medical and pharmaceutical products.

Read More »
Diabetes Health – Keep Happy

Diabetes Health – Keep Happy

Diabetes health – keep happy have long been associated as a way to help the diabetic. Of course there is no actual happy pill that you can take that will alleviate stress or other negative influences that affect your blood glucose levels but there are certain feel good things that you can do on a daily basis that will help put you in a better frame of mind which in turn will help control your BGL.

Read More »
Diabetes and Exercise: Why It Works.

Diabetes and Exercise: Why It Works.

Diabetes and Exercise make an excellent partner and it is only recently that scientific proof backs up this theory. Many people have been told about the many benefits exercise program for diabetes but have not taken any notice up until now.

Read More »
Gestational Diabetes Meal Plan

Gestational Diabetes Meal Plan

Being pregnant has its own set of challenges and carefully following a gestational diabetes meal plan might be one of the changes you need to make for your health and the safety and proper development of your unborn baby.

Read More »
Diabetic Low Calorie Options

Diabetic Low Calorie Options

Diabetic low calorie options need to be thought through in the festive season when you are trying to stay on top of your diabetes and keep your weight down. But how do you do this when temptation is everywhere and at Christmas why shouldn’t you be able to indulge just a little? Well if you play your cards right you can have your cake and eat it too.

Read More »
Kidney Stones Linked to Higher Diabetes Risk

Kidney Stones Linked to Higher Diabetes Risk

In a recent study kidney stones linked to higher diabetes risk and this is something that should be avoided at all costs.

In the new study, researchers found that among more than 94,000 Taiwanese adults, those with a history of kidney stones were about 30 percent more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes over five years than people without stones.

Read More »
Queensland Diabetes Rate Sky Rockets

Queensland Diabetes Rate Sky Rockets

With the results at hand that Queensland Diabetes Rate sky rockets and is the highest in the nation it should be enough to make all Queenslander’s sit up and take notice or become another statistic in their state.

Read More »
New Cure Diabetes – Gene may Reverse Diabetes

New Cure Diabetes – Gene may Reverse Diabetes?

Is this a new cure diabetes where scientist say gene may reverse diabetes? If this is so it will be a huge breakthrough for a type 2 Diabetic. The following article from AAP will give hope of new cure diabetes.

Scientists believe they are possibly on the way to reversing diabetes Type 2 after a genetic discovery.

Read More »
What is Considered High Blood Sugar

What is Considered High Blood Sugar?

When you are diagnosed with diabetes, your number one concern becomes understanding what is considered high blood sugar. Your blood sugar is what keeps your entire body running properly and when it gets out of control you can experience some intense and severe symptoms.

Read More »
Foods Diabetics Should Avoid

Foods Diabetics Should Avoid

As a diabetic, whether you have been recently diagnosed or not, understanding the foods diabetics should avoid is essential to your health. It is obvious that you need to limit the amount of sugar in your diet. It only makes sense that if your sugar levels are too high, ingesting more sugar through your diet is not a good idea.

Read More »
Identify and Treat Diabetic Rash

Identify and Treat Diabetic Rash

A diabetic rash can be the first warning sign of the onset of diabetes, and if this is the case you should find out about any and all important information about the diabetes rash. It should be noted that the diabetic rash that is described are found mainly in people that suffer from Type 2 diabetics.

Read More »

© 2020. Diabetes ABCs. All rights reserved.