In this 3 min video – Dr. Thompson discusses more RE: Diabetes and Insulin Resistance, and the expanding, easy and inexpensive monitoring options. Here’s a brief rundown on Insulin Resistance and one of the newer 14-day wearable sensor tools!
What Are The Best Fruits Diabetics Can Eat?
Fruit is not off-limits for people with diabetes. It has too many good things going for it such as fiber and nutrients, as well as its natural sweetness. So, what are the best fruits diabetics can eat? It is the most common question which arises in the minds of diabetics as many of them believe that they can’t eat fruits as all fruits contain all sugar content.
Type 2 Diabetes – Insulin Sensitivity Response Differs in Obese Adolescents And Obese Adults
Teenagers often respond poorly to medications designed to increase insulin sensibility, compared with an adult. It has been thought adolescents have more severe cases than adults. Or could there be some other difference?
Type 2 Diabetes – Can Liposuction Do More Than Smooth and Sculpt?
Liposuction became popular in the 80’s as a way to sculpt an aesthetically pleasing body. Could the effect of removing fat tissue also prevent or help to control Type 2 diabetes and heart and blood vessel disease? That is what scientists at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, United States, wanted to know.
Type 2 Diabetes – Four Beverages Known to Help Manage Blood Sugar
If you have Type 2 diabetes, one thing is for certain, and that is you need to be cautious about which beverages you put into your body. Many drinks contain a high volume of sugar, which will send your blood sugar levels soaring, making it hard to keep your condition under control. On the other hand, some beverages tend to do the opposite and will help to stabilize your blood sugar levels. Which beverages should you focus on?
Type 2 Diabetes – Link Between Nonalcoholic Liver Disease and Peripheral Vascular Conditions
Type 2 diabetes is a known risk factor for both nonalcoholic liver disease and peripheral vascular conditions. Scientists at Qingdao University and other research facilities in China have found a link between both conditions. In July of 2017, the Internal Medicine Journal reported on a study of two thousand six hundred and forty-six participants who had been previously diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. They were all at least 40 years of age. Those who had nonalcoholic fatty liver disease were at a high risk for peripheral vascular conditions. A total of 12.8 percent of the participants with the liver condition also had vascular conditions, compared with 7.8 percent of the participants without liver disease.