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Type 2 Diabetes – Four Brain Boosting Snacks for Diabetics

Have a particularly mentally demanding day ahead of you? If so, eating some brain boosting foods can do the trick to help you stay focused, concentrated, improve your mental performance and help you maintain your ideal blood sugar levels. While eating at regular times throughout the day will help promote better performance due to stable blood sugar levels, certain foods can help you go one step further. Here are three different snacks to consider…

Can Classes Help Me Better Manage My Diabetes?

Being diagnosed with diabetes can cause massive changes in your life. Treating your condition often means eating a healthy diet, getting plenty of exercise, and taking measures to control your weight. Additionally, surrounding yourself with a capable and knowledgeable team of healthcare providers is essential to managing your diabetes and getting the care that you need and deserve. Here are some ways diabetes management classes may be helpful for you!

4 Facts People With Diabetes Should Know About Wound Care

Every 30 seconds another diabetes patient must have a limb amputated as a result of diabetes. If you suffer from diabetes, it is critically important that you understand the relationship between diabetes and wound care. If you suffer from diabetes, then there is no such thing as a minor wound. Even the smallest foot sore can become an ulcer, that if left untreated, may result in the limb being amputated. Here are a few things you should know about wound care if you also suffer from diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – Four Signs You’re An Average Diabetic

It is unfortunately the case that millions of people worldwide are currently dealing with diabetes in some way or another. Although some cultures are more affected than others, generally Type 2 diabetes has become quite a problem among aging populations. In the United States alone, roughly 10% of the entire population is either diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or presently unaware of their prediabetic condition, with the former being the overwhelming majority. Regrettably, it’s not enough to simply be an average Type 2 diabetic. If you are to take control of your blood sugar levels in order to improve your condition and your overall health, you must be above satisfactory in your attitude to reverse your condition.

Type 2 Diabetes – Four Ways to Use Leafy Greens in Your Diabetes Eating Plan

As a Type 2 diabetic, you are probably aware you should be eating leafy greens on a regular basis, but you’re maybe not sure how to use them in the kitchen. Sound familiar? “Leafy greens” refers to those vegetables that are the leaves of roots, tubers, and other edible plants. Kale, collard, Swiss chard, spinach, bok choy – the list goes on and on of the abundance of leafy greens now found at the common grocery store. Just check the produce aisle! If you come across a bundle of green leafy-looking vegetables, chances are that it’s a “leafy green.”

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