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8 Diabetes Apps For Managing Your Symptoms, And More

Diabetes management involves tracking an overwhelming array of details. This can include medical factors such as blood sugar levels to lifestyle components like diet and exercise. Fortunately for the more than 29 million people in the U.S. living with the disease, a variety of diabetes apps and online resources have emerged to simplify the process. [...]

2017-11-02T17:50:23-07:00November 6th, 2017|Tags: , |0 Comments

5 Of The Best Natural Diabetes Treatment Options

Diabetes is an increasingly common medical condition that relates to the body’s difficulty in producing insulin, an important hormone for regulating blood sugar levels. If you suffer from diabetes, there are natural diabetes treatment options you can try. Here's 5 of the best. What is diabetes? In 2012, about 9% of the U.S. population was [...]

2017-08-07T21:40:40-07:00August 14th, 2017|Tags: |2 Comments

3 Things You Can Do To Reduce Diabetic Leg Pain

According to the American Diabetes Association nearly 30 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes is found in two primary forms, type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder usually diagnosed at a young age. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition often related to weight [...]

2016-10-24T14:01:30-07:00October 31st, 2016|Tags: , , |0 Comments

What Is Gastroparesis?

We tend to take our body for granted when it is functioning properly. Every day our bodies perform tiny miracles, like taking food and turning it into energy that powers everything we do, from kicking a ball to growing fingernails. But what happens when one simple function breaks down? What happens when involuntary, reflexive actions [...]

2016-10-24T14:01:40-07:00September 12th, 2016|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The Ultimate Exercise Guide For Diabetes Patients And Those At Risk

If you’re at high risk for diabetes and feel like you must exercise harder to achieve similar results to other people who aren’t at high risk, research shows you might be right. Scientists from Lund University in Sweden compared the effects of exercise on two groups of middle-aged, slightly overweight men. One group was not [...]

2016-01-15T12:55:15-07:00January 25th, 2016|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Native Americans Face Diabetes Epidemic

Amid national concern about rising rates of diabetes and obesity, which often coincides with Type 2 diabetes, one population stands out as facing an exceptional risk: Native Americans. Native Americans face more than double the risk of receiving a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes than Caucasians. Type 2 diabetes is a disease marked by high [...]

6 New Research Studies For American Diabetes Month

Every 19 seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), adding to the 30 million adults and children already living with the disease. November is American Diabetes Month, and the high numbers of people living with the disease, in addition to the significant health complications it can cause, make diabetes [...]

2016-10-24T14:02:56-07:00November 2nd, 2015|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Should I Eat Breakfast?

Breakfast is perhaps the easiest meal of the day to skip, but one of the most important to sneak in. Eating breakfast bestows many health benefits ranging from increased energy to weight loss, both important for people dealing with chronic pain. Despite the benefits, about one in ten people in the U.S. skip food first thing [...]

2016-10-24T14:03:53-07:00March 11th, 2015|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Does A Vegan Diet Heal Neuropathy?

People with neuropathy looking for relief may want to try a vegan diet, according to a study completed by doctors with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). Vegan diets not only exclude meat, they are also devoid of eggs, cheese, chocolate, and other foods containing animal byproducts such as milk. Unhealthy vegan diets do [...]

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