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Vitamin D: A Key Player in Overall Health
An international expert on vitamin D says that 36 organ tissues in the body respond biologically to vitamin D. The list includes bone marrow, breast, colon, intestine, kidney, lung, prostate, retina, skin, stomach and the uterus.

Prostate Health And Nutrition
Learn more about prostate health with saw palmetto, pumpkin seed oil, zinc, lycopene and other natural supplements. (Enlarged Prostate, BPH, Prostatitis)

The New Silent Epidemic
The number of American adults diagnosed with this disease annually has spiked 54% in the last decade and now stands at an estimated 21 million.  At this very moment approximately one-third of those affected don’t even know they are at risk and it takes an average of 4 to 7 years before they learn the truth.

Diabetics Have A 75% B1 Deficiency Leading To Vascular Problems
A thiamine (Vitamin B1) deficiency may be key to vascular problems for diabetic patients. FDA panel says Avandia offers benefits to people with type 2 disease, but...? (Diabetes Research, Vascular Problems, Low Plasma Thiamine)

Beware of High Blood Pressure
Uncontrolled diabetes contributes to the accelerated buildup of fatty deposits in the arteries (atherosclerosis), and it plays a prominent role in the development of high blood pressure. High blood pressure (hypertension) is reported more often in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics than in the general population. (Diabetes Education and Diabetic Nutrition)

What Does It Mean When You Have Protein In The Urine?
Urine is essentially filtered blood. It is the result of blood pressed (by blood pressure) through a very good filter, one's kidneys.  Protein in the urine means a damaged urine filter, which often is the first evidence of kidney disease. (Diabetic Complications, Kidney Disease)

Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, is one of eight water-soluble B vitamins. All B vitamins help the body to convert carbohydrates into glucose (sugar) which is "burned" to produce energy. (Heart Disease, Neuropathy, Stress)

The Truth About Sugar-Free Products
When Free Isn't Really - What most people don't realize is that most sugar-free products still contain carbohydrate and will make your blood sugar levels go up. Anything that has starch or sugar--whether naturally occurring or added to it--contains carbohydrates. (Diabetic Meal Planning and Sugar Alcohols) 

Diabetes: Fact or Myth?
Sugar has long had a bad reputation, especially among people with diabetes. People used to think that eating sugar would cause blood glucose levels to rise much more rapidly than eating other types of carbohydrates, such as bread or potatoes. It turns out that sugar's bad rap is not entirely deserved. Researchers are now finding that simple carbohydrates, such as sugar, and complex carbohydrates, such as bread and potatoes, are digested at the same rate. (Diabetes Diet and Recipes)

A Quick Primer on Sugar Alcohols
Sugar alcohol is neither a "sugar" nor an "alcohol." Sugar alcohols affect the blood glucose levels less dramatically than regular table sugar which is why some diet plans allow a certain amount of them. In most people, they quickly add up to too many carbs. (Diabetes Diet, Diabetic Nutrition, Low Carbohydrate Diet)

Curb Sugar Cravings
Hunger suddenly strikes. You need food, and you need it now. You rummage for that long-lost candy bar buried somewhere in your desk - anything to get a sugar fix. That rapid rise in blood glucose, along with the attendant release of the "feel-good" hormone serotonin, may make you feel better temporarily, but when your glucose levels soon nose-dive, you'll return to your low-serotonin state - a prime candidate for yet more sugar cravings.

Prostate "Remedy of Choice" (Saw Palmetto)
If you're a man over age fifty, the chances are fifty-fifty that you have an enlarged prostate, medically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and the odds escalate as you grow older. (Saw Palmetto, BPH, Prostate Disorders, Impotence)

Resveratrol: The Antioxidant Compound
The health benefits of drinking red wine have been widely recognized for years. In fact, nearly ten years ago scientists suggested that red wine consumption may be responsible for the "French paradox"-or the notably low occurrence of cardiovascular complications among the French people, who eat a relatively high-fat diet. (Resveratrol, Cardiovascular Disease, Heart Disease)

Supplements for Digestive Health: Get Results with This Duo
If you’re older and having some age-related GI symptoms, like gas, acid reflux, bloating or irritable bowel syndrome, you should consider taking two supplements for digestion—both digestive enzymes and probiotics—not just one or the other. You’re likely to have better relief of your symptoms, and a faster restoration of normal function. (Probiotic, Enzyme, Reflux, Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

Borderline Diabetes
Although borderline diabetes is not classed as diabetes,  the risk of developing other diabetic complications such as coronary heart disease is equal to that of any patient in the diabetic category.
 
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euglycemia (you-gly-SEEM-ee-uh)
a normal level of glucose in the blood.

hyperlipidemia (HY-per-li-pih-DEE-mee-uh)
higher than normal fat and cholesterol levels in the blood.

blood glucose
the main sugar found in the blood and the body's main source of energy. Also called blood sugar.

Dextrose, also called glucose (DECKS-trohss)
simple sugar found in blood that serves as the body's main source of energy.

glucose
one of the simplest forms of sugar.
 
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