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Explaining Symptoms of Type 1 and Type 2

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ShareThis film explains how the body processes the food we eat in order to provide all your body cells with the energy they need and what happens when you have diabetes and this system doesn’t work properly. Normal state (without diabetes) When you eat food that contains carbohydrates, its broken down in the stomach and digestive system into glucose which …

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OUTRAGEOUS Diabetic Diet scams: 200 calories per!

ShareThere are some crazy reports of drastic diets on the Internet. Diabetic patients, who have been prescribed medication for their condition, should not attempt any special diets in lieu of medicine without their doctor’s permission. By all means, eat in a healthier way and do exercise. These kinds of lifestyle changes may lead to the need for medication dose reduction …

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WHAT IS SUGAR – SUGAR IS BAD

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Share Sugar, a carbohydrate, a complex substance made of two simpler substances, fructose and glucose. Nature has made it a part of many essential foods like fruit and milk. The market nutrition labels are full of words such as glucose, sucrose, lactose, maltose, dextrose, starch, corn syrup, fruit juice, raw sugar and honey. Sugar invidiously slips into almost seventy-four percent …

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HYPOGLYCAEMIA, DEMENTIAS AND DIABETES

Share DIABETES IS THE FASTEST GROWING PANDEMIC Diabetic patients suffer both from sugar peaks and sugar slumps. The peak and the slump, is equally bad for the body, brain and nervous system. The trough often immediately follows the crest and vice versa. Imbalance in blood sugar levels ages the brain which is associated with dementia including Alzheimer’s. In a diabetic, …

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Diabetes and Drastic Care

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Share Diabetic patients who have been prescribed medication for their condition, should NOT attempt any special diets in lieu of medicine without their doctor’s permission. Eat healthier, do regular and appropriate exercises and take yoga training that helps one manage diabetes. These protocols may lead to the need for a medication dose reduction and maybe even medication withdrawal. The point …

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