Diabetes Care

  1. Careful, It’s Sugar Free Here

     Careful, It’s Sugar Free Here

    In case you're hunting down the attitude, or maybe the self-discipline to control your sugar admission you might be persuaded by the numerous advantages of eating without sugar. Beside the impact, it has on your waistline, high sugar admission and weight have been connected to sicknesses, for example, diabetes, coronary illness, and malignant growth. Figure out how without sugar eating can profit you both rationally and physically.

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  2. Type 2 diabetes- what you must know

    Type 2 diabetes- what you must know

    Diabetes is one of the top most commonly occurring health conditions around the world and ongoing research in recent years has improved diagnosis, treatment, and knowledge about type 2 diabetes, allowing for better prevention and management.

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  3. Understanding How To Manage Diabetes Mellitus

    Understanding How To Manage Diabetes Mellitus

    Diabetes is a disease that occurs in a person when blood sugar level or the level of glucose in the blood is too high. It is a condition in which body’s inability to produce or respond to the insulin that results in the abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and leads to an increased level of glucose in the blood. Insulin is a hormone that is made by the pancreas and helps glucose in food get into the cells and use it for energy. 

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  4. Understanding The Effects Of Gestational Diabetes

    Understanding The Effects Of Gestational Diabetes

    Gestational diabetes is one of the most common health problem faced by pregnant women. A large number of pregnant women are diagnosed with this type of diabetes. A proper treatment of gestational diabetes is essential as if is not treated properly, it can cause health problems for a mother and for a fetus.

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  5. Things That Can Worsen Your Diabetes

    Things That Can Worsen Your Diabetes

    These days we witness a large number of changes such as lifestyle changes, globalization, and industrialization. Some of these changes can have a positive effect on health,  whereas some have negative effects. It is important to know the difference between positive change and negative change as the consequences of negative changes can cause some chronic diseases such as diabetes more prevalent.

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  6. Excessive Consumption Of Sugar Can Be Harmful

    Excessive Consumption Of Sugar Can Be Harmful

    Sugar is widespread and the building blocks of carbohydrates. Sugar is naturally found in various food items such as milk, fruits, and vegetables and the sugar that is found from these food items act as a source of fuel to the body. Various tissues in the body such as the brain and red blood cells use sugar for energy. Consumption of sugar is important but excessive consumption of sugar has been strongly linked to various health conditions such as diabetes, cancer, obesity, and heart disease. 

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  7. Neuropathy And Some Of Its Types

    Neuropathy And Some Of Its Types

    Neuropathy is a term that refers to the condition that involves one or more nerves. Neuropathies can be categorized into three groups - sensory, motor and autonomic.

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  8. Effects Of Diabetic Neuropathy on The Body

    Effects Of Diabetic Neuropathy on The Body

    Neuropathy is a microvascular complication which affects a large number of patients having diabetes mellitus. Diabetic neuropathies are the disorder of nerves which can affect any nerve in the body. These neuropathies are caused by diabetes and it is accompanied by pain that can be characterized as burning, prickling, shooting and pins and needles.  

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  9. 4 Items Diabetics Must Avoid

    4 Items Diabetics Must Avoid

    The term diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder that involves multiple aetiology and is characterized by hyperglycemia along with the disturbances in the metabolism of carbohydrate, fat, and proteins. The hyperglycemia and the disturbance in metabolism occur due to the defect in insulin secretion, insulin action or both.

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  10. Are You Taking The Right Steps To Care For Diabetes?

    Are You Taking The Right Steps To Care For Diabetes?

    Diabetes is a chronic endocrine disorder in which the blood glucose level becomes higher than the normal level. It develops when the pancreas in the body does not produce enough insulin or alternatively, it occurs when the body is unable to use the produced insulin properly.

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