Diabetes and your Kidney

By admin on Thursday, Feb 05 2015
The kidneys are important organs in your body. Tiny blood vessels inside your kidneys filter waste products from your blood. This is crucial function for your body to function. Diabetes can greatly affect your kidneys by causing damage to them. T...

Prevention is Key

By admin on Tuesday, Jan 06 2015
When speaking of Type 2 Diabetes, prevention can save your life especially if you are at risk for the disease (i.e. overweight, have a family history). Prevention can be as easy as changing your diet, and adding exercise into your lifestyle. Maki...

Take care of your teeth!

By admin on Monday, Jan 05 2015
Did you know that at this very second there are more bacteria in your mouth right now than there are on the planet? Yikes! If these bacteria settle into your gums, you've got gum disease. Unfortunately, if you have diabetes, poor blood glucose cont...

The Connection Between Blood Sugar and the Spine

By admin on Monday, Jan 05 2015
What is the connection between the spine and your diabetes? Look at your spine as an electrician would wires in an appliance. Everything is connected, and each singular part affects the other. New research is suggesting that the connection betwee...

Statistics About Diabetes

By admin on Tuesday, Dec 30 2014
The numbers behind the disease can be staggering. Take a moment to reflect on these numbers. 29.1 million people or 9.3% of the population has diabetes. However there are 8.1 million people that are undiagnosed. 86 million people have prediabetes, th...

What is diabetic neuropathy?

By admin on Monday, Dec 29 2014
Do you know what diabetic neuropathy really is? And how it affects your body? Diabetic neuropathy is the term for all diabetes related nerve damage disorders. They can affect your peripheral autonomic nervous systems. Elevated blood sugar can dam...

The facts about Gestational Diabetes

By admin on Friday, Dec 05 2014
Do you know the facts about gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes is characterized as pregnant women who have never had diabetes but have high blood sugar levels during pregnancy. Its prevalence is as high as 9.2%. Although the cause for g...

How are you sleeping lately?

By admin on Friday, Dec 05 2014
How have you been sleeping? Diet and exercise are not the factors helpful in reducing your risk for developing diabetes. Chronic stress can cause your blood sugar levels to be extremely high and getting less than six hours of sleep a night can do...

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