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Food Is Like Heroin Addiction. Diabetes and Obesity.

Diabetes and Obesity

ShareThe International Diabetes Foundation (IDF) says that, “Diabetes and obesity are the biggest public health challenge of the 21st century.” As of 1999, diabetes affected 16 million (six percent) of Americans – an increase by 40 percent in just ten years. During the same period, the obesity rate climbed from 12 percent to almost 20 percent. Type II diabetes has …

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Devout Continuity.

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ShareHobbies are activities that are productive as well as enjoyable. They keep one occupied; both at the physical level as well as, are mentally stimulating. “Hobbies can be thought of on 3 levels” says psychologist Michael Brickley, Ph.D, and the author of the book “Defying Aging”. At the first level, hobbies can be seen as a diversion. They help us …

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Ineptitde With Insufficient Cover? Self-Esteem.

Diabetes and Self Esteem

ShareWhat is self-esteem? How we feel about ourselves and how important we think we are to others is essential because feeling good about oneself can affect ones mental state, behaviour and ones diabetes. It has been found that diabetes is related to self-esteem. Research has shown that good glycemic control is related to feelings of confidence while poor glycemic control has …

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A Gift You Give Yourself. Type 2 Diabetes.

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ShareThere are adults whose bodies resist the action of insulin and prevent the necessary sugars from entering the body cells, depriving the body of its necessary fuel. According to the National Institutes of Health, 95% of diabetic patients suffer from this diabetes. The pancreas continue to produce enough insulin yet, the cells resist absorption of the digested sugars. This diabetes …

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Life Will Become Very Very Complicated Indeed. Juvenile Diabetes.

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ShareSome people are born with impaired pancreas and therefore, have insulin deficiency, this is juvenile diabetes. Their bodies do not produce any or enough insulin necessary to transport sugar from the blood into the cells of the body for use as energy. This type 1 diabetes usually strikes before the age of thirty years, but could be diagnosed at any …

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