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How I Control Diabetes

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Share When my doctor diagnosed my type 2 diabetes 18 months ago it was such a shock. Yes, looking back I’d had the symptoms for years feeling thirsty and needing the loo more, a dry mouth and tired all the time. However, I explained it away as menopause and living a busy life – I was helping my daughter with …

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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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Diabetes Type 2 and Aids

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ShareWhat do Diabetes and AIDS have in common ? One answer is inflammation. Dr. Garry Fettke has an interesting presentation about how one cause of inflammation is modern food, in a video called A “Nutritional” model of the Inflammation and Modern Disease. The supposition with AIDS/HIV is that the cells of the body are inflamed. The immune system is attacked …

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Glycemic Balance and the Brain

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PLAYING DUCKS AND DRAKES WITH YOUR SUGAR INTAKE AND THE SUDDEN SPIKES AND FALLS of body sugar is asking for more trouble than you can imagine. Expanding waistlines and Diabetes are not the only disastrous fall outs. You may be eating up your brain power along with that sugar. Not sweet! Increasingly, studies suggest that the connection between your diet and your risk of developing dementia (including Alzheimer disease) is a connection very similar to that of development of Diabetes Type 2 in a patient. Excess sugar intake impairs both, the brain’s structure and its functions. Charité University Medical

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