Feeling hungry is a normal phenomenon, but if one starts feeling more hungry, frequently hungry, or does not get the feeling of satiety even after having enough meal, then it is alarming. This is where the concept of suppressing your hunger comes in. To understand how it can be done, one needs to first understand what is hunger? Dr. Pramod Tripathi, Founder of Freedom From Diabetes along with Dr. Malhar Ganla, the exercise expert, have jointly come forth to explain this crucial topic of what is hunger and how one can effectively suppress hunger in this video. Do watch this video with a unique and relevant topic.
Getting Over Your Diwali Blues!
Diwali is closing in fast and we are set in the mood for a celebration. It’s time for crackers, fireworks, meeting friends, festivities, sweets, get togethers and sweets. Often we find that we indulge excessively in sweets on Diwali. After the festive season is through, we find that people are required to go on a diet to shed the excess pounds.
Type 2 Diabetes – Is Diabetes A Risk Factor for Liver Cancer?
According to the journal Cancer Research, Type 2 diabetes and other problems associated with the condition, likely raise the risk of developing liver cancer. In October 2016 scientists at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta and several other research facilities in the United States and the United Kingdom, reported the results of their study linking Type 2 diabetes to liver cancer. The rate of liver cancer in the United States is three times what it was in 1975. Obesity and Type 2 diabetes have followed the same trend. Could there be a connection?
Type 2 Diabetes – Small Changes Can Make a Big Difference to Your Blood Sugar
If you have received a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes and lowering your blood sugar levels and achieving weight loss are top of your list of things to do, please know eating healthily has got to be a daily commitment. You cannot be passive towards your condition and expect it to treat itself. You can hope as much as you like, but Type 2 diabetes does not go away without consistent effort. And people who do not control their Type 2 diabetes have chronically elevated blood sugar levels. There is no cure for Type 2 diabetes, although it can be managed and the various complications avoided.
Pre-Diabetes and Ways to Keep It From Becoming Type-2 Diabetes
Pre-diabetes is a medical condition, in which blood sugar level is higher than normal but not yet high enough to be classified as type-2 diabetes. Without intervention, it is likely to become type-2 diabetes in 10 years or less. Pre-diabetes can be an opportunity for one to improve one’s health. However, its progression to type-2 diabetes isn’t inevitable if effective intervention is instituted.
Type 2 Diabetes – Making Use Of Resistant Starch to Help Produce Lower Blood Sugar Levels
If you are hoping to maximize your fat loss results, one subject you may want to give some consideration to is resistant starch. What is this type of starch? As the name suggests, it is a type of starch that tends to be resistant to digestion. Your body will not break the starch down like regular starch: it tends to pass through the body and become excreted. Resistant starch is good news for you for two reasons. First, it doesn’t impact your blood sugar levels as much. If you are not breaking the food down, this means it is not broken down into glucose and is not going to spike your blood sugar levels.