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Artificial Sweeteners - Determining Which Is Best For You
There are many artificial sweeteners available today.  Saccharin, fructose, sucralose, maltose and cyclamate are some of those discussed in this article. Determining which is best for you is important. Education & guidance in choosing artificial sweeteners. (Diabetes Diet and Diabetes Management)

Sugar Substitutes
Sugar substitutes may taste sweet and cut down on calories, but are they creating an excess release of insulin in your body. Learn what artificial sweeteners may be setting off your insulin trigger. (Diabetes Diet and Diabetes Management)

Diabetes And Heart Disease
If you have diabetes, you have a high risk for having a heart attack or a stroke. You are more likely to get heart disease--and at a younger age--than someone without diabetes. There are things you can do to reduce your risk for heart disease. Learning about the ABCs of diabetes can help you control your condition and stay healthy. (Diabetes Education and Diabetes Management)

Healthy Skin Made Easy
Diabetes can add to skin problems. High glucose levels are one reason; many bacteria thrive on sugar, making infections easier to get and harder to cure. Diabetic nerve disease and blood vessel disease are two other reasons; both can interfere with blood flow to the skin. In addition, nerve damage may dampen your ability to sense irritations and wounds, making it easier to injure yourself and not even notice. (Diabetes Education and Diabetes Management)

Walk It Off - Get Moving To Lose Weight
It's January, and many of us have resolved to drop those extra pounds we put on during the holidays. Losing weight can actually be enjoyable if you find a healthy diet you can live with and exercise you enjoy. An easy and effective activity to fit into any busy schedule, a walk a day can do wonders for your health - and your waistline. (Exercise and Diabetes Management)

Why Take Supplements?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that a large percentage of Americans get less than 70 percent of the recommended dietary allowance of antioxidant vitamins and many essential minerals.  Countless studies link a host of diseases (including atherosclerosis and heart disease, high blood pressure, colitis, diabetes) to today's highly processed diet, high in saturated and trans fats, caffeine, and refined carbohydrates. (Diabetes Nutrition and Diabetes Management)

Coping With Nerve Pain - B Vitamin Relief
When you lack B vitamins, you may suffer pain in your hands or feet, signs of what's called peripheral neuropathy. The good news: B supplements can help your nerves calm down and stop screaming with pain. About 15 million Americans suffer from neuropathy, a nerve problem that can damage the nervous system and cause unrelenting aches and pains. In particular, people suffering from diabetes may suffer peripheral neuropathy when the sugar in their blood reaches and remains at dangerous levels. (Neuropathy and Diabetes Management)

Why You Need the Bs
B-complex vitamins are essential for your body to convert sugar and starches to energy, a chemical process called carbohydrate metabolism.  A shortage of any one of them can cause problems.  Vitamin B6 deficiency has been linked to glucose intolerance, which is an abnormally high rise in blood sugar after eating. (Diabetes Nutrition and Diabetes Management)

Vitamin C: Important for Diabetics
Vitamin C protects against Syndrome X, diabetes, and their accompanying disorders in many different ways. It works most directly by blocking many of the deleterious effects of elevated glucose and insulin. Important information for diabetes management and diabetes nutrition. (Diabetic Nutrition)

Diabetic Recipes - Main Dish
Main dish recipes for diabetic meal planning. Spinach-Chicken Rollups and Breaded Trout with Almonds. Recipes have food exchange information for diabetes management. (Diabetes Recipe for a Type 2 Diabetes Diet)

Beat Diabetes!
Gymnema Sylvestre certainly could serve as the backbone of a natural diabetes program. In one recent study , Gymnema showed the potential for pancreas repair, raising output of insulin to normal levels.  This herb for diabetes is getting serious attention in an integrated approach to diabetes management. (Diabetic Product News)

Most Diabetics Don't Exercise
Bad news when it comes to diabetics and exercise: Most people with Type 2 diabetes or at risk for it apparently ignore their doctors' advice to be active. Fewer than 40 percent get exercise, a new study found, and the more in danger the patients are, the less likely they are to be active. (Type 2 Diabetes, Exercise, Diabetes Management)

6 Ways To Make A Difference
Taking control of diabetes is a team project. Here are some suggestions to help you support and help your family and friends with diabetes. (Diabetes Management, Diabetes Education)

Baby Boomers and Diabetes
Eat right and exercise. It's advice we've heard a lot for Baby Boomers but experts say it really is that simple when it comes to diabetes. (Baby Boomers, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes Management)

Blood Sugar Testing
What is a good blood sugar range for a person with diabetes? How do you check your blood sugar? When should you check your blood sugar? What is your A1c test? Learn the answers to these and other important questions regarding blood sugar testing. (Normal blood sugar level and Diabetes Management)
 
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dietitian (DY-eh-TIH-shun)
a health care professional who advises people about meal planning, weight control and diabetes management. A registered dietitian (RD) has more training.

Recognized Diabetes Education Programs
diabetes self-management education programs that are approved by the American Diabetes Association.

self-management
in diabetes, the ongoing process of managing diabetes. Includes meal planning, planned physical activity, blood glucose monitoring, taking diabetes medicines, handling episodes of illness and of low and high blood glucose, managing diabetes when traveling, and more. The person with diabetes designs his or her own self-management treatment plan in consultation with a variety of health care professionals such as doctors, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and others.

juvenile diabetes
former term for insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), or Type 1 diabetes.

macrosomia (mack-roh-SOH-mee-ah)
abnormally large; in diabetes, refers to abnormally large babies that may be born to women with diabetes.
 
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