Blogs about Diabetes

Want to get Healthy? Take a Nap!

Centuries ago, it was common for people to sleep 8 to 9 hours each day. But now, only about 25% of Americans get 8 or more hours of sleep. "The foundations of good health are good diet, good exercise and good sleep, but two out of three doesn't get you there," -- Dr. Anne Calhoun, neurology professor, University of North Carolina. Eating healthily and getting plenty of exercise are not enough to make up for the danger that sleep deprivation poses to your health.

How to Cure Diabetes

There are amazing steps to controlling your diabetes and all these steps can help put off some problems and in addition to that let you live in a productive and normal life.How to cure diabetesSeveral things affect the level of your blood sugar level but the just way to find out the cause and effect is by checking it every day at scheduled time throughout the day. Clearly, controlling your blood sugar level is most important part of curing your diabetes. So to get the best control needs steady sugar testing.

5 Ways to Exercise When You Have Diabetes

A sedentary lifestyle isn’t good for anyone, especially if you have diabetes. The American Diabetes Association recommends that those with diabetes spend 30 minutes a day at least five days a week doing moderate to intense aerobic exercise, as well as strength training at least two times a week. 

Feet, Forks, and Fingers are the Master Levers of Medical Destiny

Feet, Forks, and Fingers are the Master Levers of Medical Destiny have the knowledge to eliminate fully 80 percent of all chronic disease and premature death. The leading causes of death are heart disease, cancer, chronic lower respiratory diseases, unintentional injuries, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia, kidney disease.

Dietary Myths Surrounding Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition when the body’s blood glucose levels are higher than normal. In a healthy person, the hormone insulin helps metabolize sugar that you receive from food. When insulin does not perform this function, or there is no insulin produced in the body, the sugar is not metabolized and reaches high levels. This condition is known as diabetes. Why diabetes is a huge concern

Can Natural Sweetener Help in Taking Control of Diabetes?

HOW TO PREVENT STROKES

About 15 million people will have a stroke each year. There are many reasons why people have a stroke and many strokes happen because of modifiable risk factors.Six million people will die of a stroke, and 5 million become permanently disabled.If you knew you were at risk and had the chance, would you want to prevent a stroke from happening? Each of the following attributes includes a percentage that indicates stroke risk.

Making Small Changes to Reduce Your Risk for Diabetes

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of disability and death in the United States. One in 11 Americans have diabetes — that’s more than 29 million people.

As People Age, Exercise Levels Drop—and That’s Bad

Inactivity boosts their risk for falls, broken bones, serious disease and early death, CDC warns More than one-quarter of Americans over 50 don't exercise, a new federal report estimates, increasing their risk for heart disease, diabetes and cancer.  

Keep Up Summer’s Healthy Habits

As the warm, sunny days of summer wane, you might find it more challenging to eat a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. Fresh-picked produce is less accessible, and autumn tempts with comfort foods and holiday goodies. Don’t let cooler weather and overcast days become your excuse to make unhealthy eating choices. Stick with your nutritious habits during the next few months to maintain a healthy weight, prevent colds and illness, and stay energized through the fall and winter.