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Mother Doesn’t Eat Right Anymore

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Share My diabetic mother is only in her 60’s, but she says she doesn’t need healthy food any more. Is she right? We wonder what’s behind her sudden decision? Is she fed up with following self imposed dietary restrictions (for example, cutting out carbs), or is cost an issue? Many people believe the nationally recommended adult diet (including five-plus daily portions …

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Eat to Beat the Menopause

Share Hot flushes? Foggy brain? Mood swings? Here’s how to get your own homemade HRT on a plate for Diabetics. Homemade HRT for Mood Swings TRY reducing your sugar intake. FOR keeping mood more stable. Avoid sugary snacks, which can lead to tiredness and low mood when blood/sugar levels dip. Nutritional therapists say, sugar uses up a valuable mineral called …

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Is Your Blood Pressure High?

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ShareHypertension has few symptoms until it has started to cause damage. Hypertension (HT) affects one in four adults and once we reach 75, over two-thirds of us. It’s diagnosed when your blood pressure is consistently 140/90 mmHg or higher (the figures reflect arterial pressure during/ between heartbeats and ideally should be around 120/80 mmHg). Sudden blood pressure rises can occur in …

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Beat the Bloat With The Unbeatable Five Day Eating Plan

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Share Feeling bloated? Diabetes directly affects the way your gastrointestinal (GI) tract works. It may be that the vagus nerve (which controls how quickly your stomach empties) is damaged, impacting digestion by slowing it down and food remains undigested and decaying for longer in the belly. Nutritionists say a five-day eating plan will put you back on track to regaining your waist. The reasons …

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Osteopathy for Chronic Pain that Affects Family and Life Relationships

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Share Osteopathy is a system of primary healthcare that uses manual ‘hands-on’ treatment techniques to treat disorders originating from the  neuro-musculo-skeletal system. An example of diabetic osteopathy is charcot’s disease. In a diabetic patient this presents itself as a warm swollen foot or ankle. Often misdiagnosed as cellulites, this affects ankle, subtalar, mid-tarsal joints and severe peripheral neuropathy is nearly …

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