High blood sugar may increase risk of Covid-19


A new study suggests that elevated blood sugar, even in the absence of type 2 diabetes, is associated with an increased risk of dying from Covid-19. It is time to get control of our metabolic health, not just for COVID19, but for our long term health.

How to Control COPD

COPD is an incurable disease that, like diabetes, gets progressively worse over time. If you are diabetic your chances of developing COPD are at least 50% greater than those of a healthy person. Here’s what you can do about it.

Diabetes and Oxidative Stress – Complicating the Complications

Diabetes can open a gateway of complications and further diseases and comorbidities. Understanding our exposures to oxidative stress, is the very best way to minimize the many risks and complications of diabetes. Simple: improve our cellular redox balance – lower dramatically the many common complications of diabetes.

Factors That Can Increase Your Risk of Diabetes

There are three primary types of this disease known as type 1 and type 2, and the third one is called gestational diabetes. Regardless of the type, diabetes stops your body from making or using insulin.

Why You Should Eat a Plant-Focused Diet

The evidence is mounting that a plant-focused diet is best for managing diabetes. But there are a huge variety of diets in this category. Here’s the rundown, along with the proven benefits and a few practical pointers on switching to a plant-based diet.

Type 2 Diabetes – The Effect of Ginger on Blood Sugar Levels

In March of 2019, the journal Medicine (Baltimore) reported on an analysis of eight studies on eating ginger to aid in blood sugar control. Results from all the reviews were combined as if they were outcomes of one large study of four hundred and fifty-four people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. The participants who ate ginger, significantly lowered their HbA1c levels, while those who ate no ginger showed no change. From these results, the researchers concluded that consuming ginger helped reduce blood sugar levels over time. Although ginger does not provide much in the way of nutrients, it is low in calories and sugar.

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