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There are two main reasons people become resistant to insulin. The first is because you’re overweight and the second is due to leading a less than healthy lifestyle. Even if you do maintain a healthy weight, a poor diet can lead to your body becoming resistant to insulin. Scientific studies have proved that in about…

 

Diabetes, pre-diabetes, and high blood sugar levels result in serious health issues for millions of people each year. Doctors have demonstrated that diabetes can be managed, and even eliminated, by eating a healthy, anti-inflammatory diet designed to reduce blood sugar, lose weight, and reduce inflammation. New research is demonstrating the benefit of certain natural herbs…

 

Imagine having diabetes and not even being aware of it.  Believe it or not, the CDC estimates that is exactly the case for roughly 7 million people in the United States.  Most often, people suffering from diabetes, especially type-2 diabetes will experience symptoms associated with the disease, including: Extreme thirst Urinating frequently (more than usual)…

 

New research indicates that the brain has more influence on the regulation of blood sugar and development of diabetes than initially realized.  These findings could help curb the diabetes epidemic, which if left unchanged, is projected to affect one out of three Americans in the next 30 years. A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO DIABETES PREVENTION Since…

 
 

Diabetes affects nearly 375 million people around the world, making it among the most dangerous health conditions on the planet. New research indicates that regular consumption of coffee may actually lower individual’s risk of developing diabetes Updated information from the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) indicates that diabetes risk is lowered by up…

 

A nap, rest, or a siesta is a welcome breather from a busy day, yet the argument on its benefit rages on. While some researchers have identified cognitive benefits of a short mid-day nap, others have actually highlighted a connection between naps and adverse results. Now, new findings have discovered that individuals who nap for…

 

People with type I diabetes appear to be much less likely to suffer from high blood pressure, if they keep tight blood sugar control for an extensive period of time. Diabetics are more likely  to have high blood pressure. Researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle took a look at the impacts of hyperglycemia,…

 

New findings offer further evidence indicating lower blood sugar levels supports memory health.  High blood sugar levels may cause cognitive issues in those with glucose levels considered on the high end of the normal/safe blood sugar level. The most recent study, published in Neurology, examined the memory and blood sugar levels of people in the…

 
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