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Benefits of Restorative Yoga for Diabetics

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ShareWith yoga, for diabetics, before we talk about the specific benefits of restorative yoga, it’s important to realize the ways in which any sort of yoga can help you manage and balance both your physical body and emotional being. Yoga can be looked at as a tree with eight limbs. These limbs are a culmination of thousands of years of …

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Diabetes and Food Cravings

ShareShould I eat it…should I not?? If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, obviously you have been through the nitty-gritties of what to do and how to react to the various changes your body goes through. Another obvious fact is that you will have visited a dietician who will have given you a personalized meal plan with all the relevant …

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Homeless Not Hopeless.

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ShareAccording to a survey conducted in 2007, by the National Law Center on homelessness and poverty, more than 3 1/2 million people in the United States are homeless. A few live in shelters, some bunk on couches, while still others double- and triple-up temporarily with other people in houses or apartments. There are also those who live on the street …

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Happy New Year, Diabetics. Invest In A Hip Flask!

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ShareKeep a hip flask of cold black tea with you. Go with a Paleo food. If you are hosting a party then you will be hailed as a great trendsetter. It is actually easier to serve fresh unprocessed food.  It cuts down on your stress.  Cut cheese in cubes, have olives, nuts and other lovely fresh nibbles. Make yourself feel …

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Workaholics Ask for Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

ShareWork overtime and get a stroke. A standard full-time job working thirty-five to forty hours a week is considerably healthier than fifty-five hours or more a week;  the latter are more likely to increase their risk of stroke or a cardiac disease by thirty-three percent , says a study conducted by  University College, London. Jobs requiring long working hours can …

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