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Diabetes and Reiki

ShareOne of the most widespread chronic health challenges that we face today is diabetes. Most have attributed it to the increasing rate of obesity, our more inactive lifestyles and ‘diabesity’. Diabetics encounter many challenges in their daily life and some seek alternate therapies to help them manage this multi-faceted condition. Studies support the ability of such therapies to reduce stress …

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International Women’s Day and the Raging Hormone.

ShareDiabetic women want Quality of Life.  Diabetic Care means Quality of Life. This International Women’s Day, first, know the diabetes symptoms in women. Second, pay close attention to sugar levels by monitoring; be vigilant about keeping the levels acceptable. The body is not doing this. So you must do it for yourself. As important as cleaning your teeth twice daily, …

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Almost Diabetic.. What is Pre-diabetes?

What is Pre-diabetes?

ShareYou may not have diabetes, but you could be pre-diabetic. What is this condition and how can you reverse it? A quick guide. Try as you might, it’s hard to be positive when your doctor says those dreaded words: “you have diabetes”. Should your doctor tell you you’re pre-diabetic, you have every reason to be positive. This only means your …

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Diabetes, the Multiple Destroyer and Me

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ShareI have been diabetic for almost forty years. The disease/disorder is caused by inadequate or inefficient control of blood sugar by the pancreas, an organ located in the abdominal left side of the human body. Within the pancreas lie tiny islets called the Islets of Langerans, which produce an enzyme called Insulin, which checks blood sugar from getting out of …

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Blood Sugar Is Easy, Insulin Is Hard. Gluconeogenesis.

Blood Sugar Is Easy, Insulin Is Hard

ShareEven when there is no food intake, the liver creates blood sugar to prevent blood sugar from falling below the acceptable levels. The body does this in both diabetic and non-diabetic persons. This is medically termed as “GLUCONEOGENESIS”. When the body is unable to undertake this process, it’s common to have high blood sugar in the morning. In non- diabetic …

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