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Some Must Know Facts About Diabetes

Diabetes can affect any part of the body, but one can keep these problems at bay by keeping blood sugar levels in check. Here are some of the ways in which diabetes can affect an individual.

Now You Can Get Some Natural Relief From Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy Complications

The autonomic nervous system serves the major organ systems of the body. Any disorder affecting it such as diabetes, is experienced as a body-wide dysfunction in one or more organ systems causing significant negative impact on both in the resting state or in emergency. The vagus nerve serves the lungs, heart and digestive tract. Damages to the vagus nerve as occurs in diabetes causes loss of innervations and associated physiologic functions to the anatomic parts of the body it serves. This article discusses natural management of those complications.

Type 2 Diabetes – No Such Thing As A Diabetic Diet

After being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, some people think they will have to follow a special “diabetic diet”. They worry they’ll have to eat different foods from their family, or that they’ll only be able to eat artificially sweetened food. But the reality is there is no such thing as a diabetic diet – a healthy “diet” for someone with Type 2 diabetes is the same as a healthy diet for anyone else. By following a balanced, healthy diet, you’ll be able to control your blood sugar levels, your weight and Type 2 diabetes and help everyone around you eat better as well.

Type 2 Diabetes: Cause and Cure

Type 2 diabetes misinformation is very common. But type 2 diabetes is not a disease. It is condition that can be reversed and even permanently cured

Type 2 Diabetes – Get More Fiber!

Study after study supports the benefit of high-fiber foods in preventing obesity, Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. These days, however, most of the fiber is processed out of carbohydrate-rich foods. Fiber won’t raise your blood sugar, but it will help control blood sugar spikes. The most important part about fiber is taking it slow: if you increase your intake quickly, it will cause stomach upset. So how much fiber should Type 2 diabetics eat? Men under 50 need 38 grams of fiber per day and when aged over 50, it drops to 30 grams per day. Women need 30 grams when under 50 and 21 grams when over 50. Most people get less than half of the recommended intake on a regular basis. Here are some great foods to help boost your fiber intake…

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