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Diabetes and Diet


One of the biggest questions for anyone with diabetes is: what can I eat? The real, honest answer: anything!

Actually, individuals with diabetes can eat whatever individuals without diabetes can eat. Be that as it may, and this is a significant at the same time, you should know about how it will affect your blood glucose

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Should You Follow A Low Glycemic Index Diet?

Could an eating routine low in Glycemic Index be gainful to you?

The Glycemic Index (GI) gives a proportion of how rapidly blood sugars ascend after specific nourishment are eaten. The list is universally perceived and positions starches as indicated by how they influence your glucose levels.

Starches incorporate all nourishment made of grains,

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Diabetic kidney disease is a disease in which decline in kidney function due to long term of uncontrolled diabetes. It means that your kidneys are not doing their job to remove the fluids and waste products from the body. These waste substances are collected in body and effects the other body organ.

What cause

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a metabolic syndrome that affect the ability of female to produce an egg. It is associated with high level insulin which is more common in type 2 diabetics.

What is PCOS?

PCOS is a metabolic syndrome that effect the ovaries of female to produce a number of cyst on

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Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur if you have diabetes uncontrolled diabetes can affect all over the body. It mostly effect nerves of feet and legs. Diabetic neuropathy can cause numbness and pain in feet and  the legs and it can affect the digestive system, urinary tract, heart and

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9 ways to prevent type 2 diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic progressive disease that effects million of people in world. Uncontrolled diabetes can effect kidneys, eyes, heart and other serious condition.  Before developing diabetes, there is a stage where blood sugar 9is high than normal. This is called prediabetes. About 70 %  of people who are in the stage of

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Diabetic foot:

Diabetic foot ulcer is a sore or an open wound that occurs in approximately 15% people who have diabetes. They occur commonly at the bottom of the feet and they can pass from feet to bones. Out of 15 patients, 6% people will lead to hospitalized due to ulcer related complication. Foot ulcers are

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Eating doesn’t have to be boring.

It’s all about finding the right balance that works for you.
When you’re managing diabetes, your eating plan is a powerful tool. But eating healthy can feel boring and dull, right? Well, it doesn’t have to because there are tons of things you can do to add flavor to your daily routine—including healthy twists on your favorite

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More Than 2 Million Adults Are Over-Treating Diabetes In The U.S.

New research from Mayo Clinic finds that more than 2.3 million adult patients in the U.S. are likely being treated too intensively for their diabetes.

The researchers find this has caused thousands of potentially preventable emergency department visits and hospitalizations for hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).

The study team, led by Dr. Rozalina McCoy, an endocrinologist and primary care

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7 Tips To Get Your Body Into Ketosis

Ketosis is a normal metabolic process that provides several health benefits. During ketosis, your body converts fat into compounds known as ketones and begins using them as its main source of energy.

Studies have found that diets that promote ketosis are highly beneficial for weight loss, due in part to their appetite-suppressing effects.

Emerging research

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12 Steps To Turn Around Your Prediabetes

The initial shock of your prediabetes diagnosis may be wearing off. And now you’re wondering what you can do, short of taking prescription drugs, to prevent type 2 diabetes.

The good news: Many and perhaps most people can reverse their prediabetes. At the very least, you can significantly improve your blood glucose numbers.

It’s going to take

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Glenmark To Sell Combination Therapy For Adults With Type 2 Diabetes In India

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. announced it has received regulatory approval to market a combination of a novel drug, Remogliflozinc, and Metformin film-coated tablets in India.

Remogliflozin is an innovative, patent-protected sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitor indicated in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes in adults

Glenmark will commercialize the product under the brand names “Remo-M” and “Remozen-M.”

“This approval for

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Senseonics Gets FDA Approval For New Dosing Indication For The Eversense® 90-Day CGM

Senseonics Holdings, Inc., announced that they received FDA approval for the non-adjunctive indication (dosing claim) for the Eversense Continuous Glucose Monitoring System.

Patients will soon be able to use Eversense as a replacement for fingersticks to make diabetes treatment decisions throughout the day.

To use the non-adjunctive dosing indication, users will have to download

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Menopausal Women At Greater Risk For Sleep Disturbance, According To Research

Women with diabetes undergoing the menopause transition are at greater risk for sleep disturbances, according to new findings.

Hormone changes have been known to alter insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism, as well as interfere with women’s sleep patterns. But little was known about the association between diabetes and sleep disturbances during the menopause transition until

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Vitamin D Supplementation May Slow Diabetes Progression

Vitamin D supplementation may slow the progression of Type 2 diabetes in newly diagnosed patients and those with prediabetes, according to a new study from Canada.

The study suggests that high-dose supplementation of vitamin D can improve glucose metabolism to help prevent the development and progression of diabetes.

Although low vitamin D levels have previously been associated

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Fasting For Lab Tests May Not Be Good For Patients With Diabetes

Fasting before a blood test for cholesterol tests is common practice, but new research from Michigan State University shows it is a contributing factor of low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, in patients who take diabetes medications.

The study shows that people with diabetes are more likely to experience “fasting-evoked en route hypoglycemia in diabetes, otherwise known as FEEHD,”

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Abbott And Novo Nordisk Partner To Provide Digital Solution For Those Using Insulin

Abbott and Novo Nordisk today announced a deal that connects two key technologies: Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and connected insulin pens.

The companies plan to integrate insulin dose data from Novo Nordisk’s connected pens directly into the digital health tools that are compatible with Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre system.

Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre system reads glucose

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Key To Preventing Organ Damage May Be Managing Blood Pressure

Extremely high blood pressure, not just diabetes, may be responsible for severe organ damage due to hypertensive emergencies in African-Americans with diabetes, a new suggests.
The study, which was the largest of its kind, included 783 diabetic and 1,001 non-diabetic patients from a New Jersey hospital emergency department that serves mainly African-American communities.

It is the

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What Is Prediabetes And Can You Turn It Around?

If it’s one thing that surprises Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN, author of The Protein-Packed Breakfast, it’s how many people walk into her office with lab results showing they have prediabetes but have no idea.

“I see a lot of people who have prediabetes and the doctor didn’t say a word to them,” Harris-Pincus says.  The author

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