What is “YOUR” Goal A1c? Confused? MUST Know FACTS & Diabetes Tips!




Diabetic Ketoacidosis – What Is It?

What is diabetic ketoacidosis, what causes diabetic ketoacidosis? What are its signs and symptoms, how can or is diabetic ketoacidosis treated. What are the treatment guidelines? How does one prevent the condition? What about treatment in children? All these questions and more will be treated in this article.

Diabetic Retinopathy – All You Need to Know

What is Diabetic retinopathy, what causes diabetic retinopathy, what are the stages of Diabetic retinopathy, what is the treatment for diabetic retinopathy, what is its pathophysiology? All these questions and more will be answered in this write up.

America Ranks Third in the World for the Epidemic of Malnutrition: AKA Diabetes

When we think of malnutrition, we think of starving children in third-world countries, not something that occurs here in the United States of America. However, America ranks third behind China and India for this epidemiological form of malnutrition, called diabetes. You might be confused by this reference to diabetes as a malnourished state, when the majority of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight or obese, and in no-way resembling the gauntly thin pictures of starving children from third-world countries. But the truth is that the children in America, as well as the adults, are severely malnourished and will succumb to death and disability before their time because of diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes – The Role of Vitamin D and Sugar on Brain Function in Older Adults

Most people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes tend to have insufficient blood levels of vitamin D. It’s also been found mental decline can be associated with Type 2 diabetes. In a study reported on in the Journal of the American Medical Director Association in March 2015, Wageningen University in Wageningen and several other research centers in The Netherlands compared the brain function in adults 65 years of age or older with varying levels of vitamin D, blood sugar, and insulin levels.

Type 2 Diabetes – A Closer Look At Fat Burning Teas

The relationship between excess body fat and Type 2 diabetes is dramatic. It shows up in research no matter where you look at the problem. Throughout the world, the heavier the average person the more Type 2 diabetes shows up. Are you looking to melt body fat? If so, there are a number of teas you can be drinking to help assist the weight loss process. As with any beverage you drink, just be sure you avoid adding calories from sugar or cream to your tea and you’ll be all set. The following teas are great ways to hydrate yourself, boost your energy, and help see optimal fat loss results…

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