New diabetes statistics reveal the steadily increasing incidence of diabetes. The report, based on U.S. health data, highlights the “urgent need” to make diabetes prevention a priority. Early diabetes diet control can bring long-term benefits by helping to prevent diabetic complications.
Maintaining a healthy diet is important for everyone, but it is vital for people with diabetes. Diabetes diet suggestions start with an understanding of carbohydrates, fiber and fats. Tips apply to a gestational diabetes diet. (Diabetic Food List & Diabetic Cooking)
In addition to helping to create normal blood sugar levels and regulating your cholesterol – without the side effects of diabetes medication – chromium may also improve muscle tone and burn fat, according to studies published in Sports Medicine.
Recent estimates suggest that type 2 may now account for as many as 45% of new diabetes cases in the pediatric population. Physicians report on children with diabetes at a meeting sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. (Search by: symptom juvenile diabetes.)
If you use insulin frequently, you have probably thought about getting an insulin pump from time to time. But maybe it seemed too costly or inconvenient. Now is the time for a second look at this diabetic product that has changed with the times.
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.
Diabetic adolescents are especially susceptible to hyperglycemia, since hormonal levels are in flux and many adolescents exhibit erratic eating and sleeping patterns. Be able to recognize the signs of hyperglycemia. (Diabetic child)
For women who do not currently have diabetes, pregnancy brings the risk of gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes develops in 2% to 5% of all pregnancies but disappears when a pregnancy is over. Women who have had gestational diabetes are at an increased…
Pain, numbness, tingling and pain that don’t go away can usually be traced to a damaged sheath, inflammation, compression or an injury to the nerves themselves-particularly to the peripheral nerves, which lead to the arms and legs. Those with Diabetes Type I…
An easy-to-understand discussion of the cause of diabetes. Lifestyle choices can be a virtual prescription for Syndrome X, diabetes, and heart disease.