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Diabetes Blog Posts

If you’re making pizza, pasta or other treats, wheat is not the only flour you can use. Considering that many people have wheat intolerances and allergies, it is good news that there are many unexpected plant foods that can be turned into flours. Some of these foods might be surprising - you may have never thought they could be turned...

You better believe that high blood sugar is bad. It causes a lot of damage to your body, contributes to nearly every degenerative disease, and accelerates aging. That’s why it's so important to balance your blood sugar and keep it at lower, healthier levels. Besides the long-term effects, if you do indeed suffer from high blood sugar, you’ll probably notice...

High blood sugar can kill!! Chronic high blood sugar and diabetes is responsible for much of the ill health in western countries. If you have diabetes or chronic high blood sugar levels, you’ll be at a higher risk of developing the following health problems: Cardiovascular disease Kidney failure Cancer Blindness Obesity Accelerated aging Accelerated organ damage In short, high blood...

Type II diabetes is caused by the chronic elevation of glucose and insulin in your body. When your blood sugar is too high, your body produces a lot of insulin in order to remove the sugar from your blood and put it into your cells for usage. Unfortunately, you become numb to the effects of insulin because your cells are...

If you are reading this then you know processed sugar is really bad for you! Naturally-occurring sugars in fruits, veggies, and whole grains are packaged with lots of good nutrients and don’t tend to spike your blood sugar. But the pure sugar that manufacturers add to food is too much for your body to handle. Sugar destroys your health in...

Your cells rely on glucose to power them. We need some sugar in our blood to function normally. But that’s not an excuse for going to grab a candy bar! The sugar your body uses should come from fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. It is true that your body can also generate its own sugar, if necessary, from non-sugar nutrients...

Diabetes indicates the inability of the cells of our body to absorb and utilize glucose. There are two types of diabetes - type I and type II. Both types involve the malfunction of the hormone insulin, which clears glucose from the blood and transfers it into cells for use. Diabetes is very harmful to one’s health, as it damages not...

Carbs have the greatest influence in keeping our body in motion as it serves as our fuel to go through our day. For someone who is diabetic, one of the things that they need to watch out is their carbohydrates intake. They have a very delicate metabolism that they need to eat a specific amount of food to maintain their optimum...

Diabetes is a lifestyle disease. According to WHO, The number of people with diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014[1]. This can be treated and its consequences avoided or delayed with diet, physical activity, medication and regular screening and treatment for complications[1]. Let us focus on the diet part of managing diabetes. Maintaining a healthy...

Eating the right food makes a difference especially if you already have a lifestyle disease like Diabetes. Here are the top 20 power foods you need to be eating when you have diabetes. Asparagus Blueberries Grapefruit Beans Broccoli Carrot Fish (Tuna, Salmon) Flaxseed Cranberries Apple Melon Nuts (Walnuts, Almonds, Pistachios) Oatmeal Red Onion Raspberries Spinach Soy Tea Tomato Yogurt Bear...