Breakthroughs in treating and preventing diabetes

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  New discoveries are the order of the day and makes management of diabetes easier and better.  Let us look at some interesting facts. No cow’s milk – if there is a Type 1 diabetic gene in your family – no milk – it can put your children at risk by destroying the beta cells in the pancreas because of … Read More

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Diabetes : Lifestyle modification and natural medicine can improve your diabetes

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Diabetes is not a death sentence, but you have to manage it properly to minimize your long-term risk. It is a known fact that diabetics that have changed their lifestyle and eating habits, have come off prescription medication. The more you are prepared to change, the less medication you will have to take. In 2014, we had 422 million diabetics … Read More

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Diabetic testing guidelines

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Managing diabetes is about testing to see whether it’s under control. Please use the guidelines for general diabetic testing Recommended testing at doctors visits: First diabetic examination Fasting blood glucose Weight Blood pressure Urine micro albumin Urine ketones Testing for bacteria in urine HbA1C – Keep level under 6.0% Vitamin D Serum-Creatinine Lipogram Other markers to access cardiovascular risk: Fibrinogen, … Read More

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Diabetes is not a death sentence, you can improve your life

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Diabetes does not need to be a death sentence, managed properly you can minimize your long-term risk.  There are people living with diabetics who are off prescription medication because of lifestyle modifications and good eating habits.  The more you are prepared to make changes in your life, the less medication you will have to take. In 2010 we had 171 … Read More

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