Did you know that daily exercise can keep your diabetes in check? Specific exercises can have a tremendous effect on glucose levels for those that have type 2 diabetes. On the contrary people with type 2 diabetes that don’t exercise never see any improvement with glycemic control. To learn more read this H.I.C. digestive health article from guest author Sue. R. Rollins.
Diabetes can produce a lot of serious medical complications, and some of these short-term complications include hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Both medical conditions are dangerous and are caused by abnormal glucose levels in the blood. Glucose is an important ingredient for normal body functioning. They are the body’s main source of energy, and controlling proper levels [...]
What is Hyperglycemia ? Hyperglycemia comes from the Greek words “hyper" or a high state, “glykys" or sweets and “haemia" or blood. This medical condition refers to the abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood. This is a result of the body’s inability to produce enough insulin to utilize or store glucose. Diabetic patients [...]
Throughout the course of our day, we all take time to replenish our bodies with food. Eating, both as a necessity of life and a source of pleasure, is something we do several times a day without giving it much thought. We eat when we are hungry, or because it’s time for lunch or dinner. But to those individuals with Diabetes, the food they eat and the frequency of those meals is never a careless afterthought. Diabetics must perform a daily “balancing act" of eating the proper amount of the right foods at the right time, while always being mindful of their blood glucose levels. So, what is the proper diet for a diabetic, and how can it be executed to maintain a healthy lifestyle? This informative H.I.C. Digestive Health article by Ronald Uy, RN offers excellent advice and nutritional guidance to achieve a stable and rewarding diabetic diet!
Every year thousands of Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Although the cause of diabetes is unknown, studies show that unhealthy diets and lifestyles increases the chances of developing the disease. Diabetes is a medical condition which can cause a lot of serious complications. When left untreated, these complications could seriously affect a person’s quality of life or eventually be fatal. Read this H.I.C. article by Ronald Uy to find out more about the many health complications caused by diabetes.
Have you wanted to eat more often than a normal person would do? Are you always thirsty? Do you feel like you are urinating more than a litre every time to you go to the bathroom? Do you always feel tired more than the usual? If the answers to these questions are “yes", then maybe [...]