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Homemade Diabetic Chocolate Easter Eggs

ShareThe words “Diabetic “and “Chocolate Easter Eggs” are not contradictions in terms.  Diabetic Chocolate Easter Eggs are being manufactured and are for sale in some stores. Caveat Emptor: Read the ingredients’ labels on food products very carefully before you eat.  Please be aware of the types of sweetener available. Saccharine and other artificial sweeteners have been found to have very …

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Diabetes and the Deadly Effects of Alcohol.

ShareWondering if you can have a drink with dinner or go pub-hopping with your friends? Being diabetic, consuming alcohol in limitation is ok, but it is important to remember that the key is moderation- anything in excess can spell danger. Being diabetic, means one needs to pay attention to certain things while drinking. Drinking on an empty stomach is a …

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Schizophrenia, Diabetes and Never Alone.

Share Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder. People diagnosed with this disorder typically do not exhibit normal social behavior and are out of touch with reality. Some of the common symptoms exhibited are weird beliefs, confused thinking and language. They sometimes hear voices, are socially withdrawn, do not express their feelings freely and are largely inactive. The association between schizophrenia …

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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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This IWD, We Wish You One Big Ambrosia of Hormonal Sensations.

ShareThis International Women’s Day (IWD), we  toast, Champions of Gender Parity. From pre-puberty, puberty, PMS, perimenopause and menopause – diabetic and non-diabetic women have a greater understanding of how female hormones impact everyday life. Having always lived with hormonal symptoms, women adapt easier to the passing of time and their bodily changes. Symptoms of hormonal change includes – constant fatigue, night sweats, skin …

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