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Glucose & Insulin
Hypoglycemia is a symptom of people with diabetes Type I and Type II. It occurs when people have too little sugar, or glucose, in their blood. While this often is the result of medication from diabetes, hypoglycemia has many different causes and can affect anyone. Those with this disorder present with low blood sugar. This […]
Glucose & Insulin Lifestyle
The Glycemic Index is a concept developed in the University of Toronto in 1981. The purpose of the Glycemic Index is to measure the effect carbohydrates have on blood glucose levels. The Glycemic Index is imperative for anyone who needs to monitor their glucose level due to diabetes or hyperglycemia. With diabetes reaching epidemic levels […]
Glucose & Insulin
Some health care providers prefer the insulin pump because its slow release of insulin mimics how a normally working pancreas would release insulin. Studies vary on whether the pump provides better blood glucose control than multiple daily injections. Another advantage of the insulin pump is that it frees you from having to measure insulin into […]
Diabetic Recipes
Diabetic Recipes There are a number of recipes available for diabetic patients to prepare. These recipes may range from appetizers, to breakfast and brunch, beverages, breads, desserts, entrees, seasonal, snacks, sauces and condiments, salads, and to side dishes. If you wish to try something new and fresh, then consider the following recipes I have adopted […]
Diabetic Recipes
Diabetes is one of the most serious health conditions that affect people of every age, gender and race. Millions of people throughout the world have in fact been diagnosed of diabetes. According to certain statistics, 20.8 million of children and adults in the United States alone have the disease and it’s unfortunate to know that […]
Type 1 Type 2
People with type 1 diabetes who are not being treated urinate frequently and feel excessively thirsty. They usually feel very tired and experience severe weight loss despite normal or excessive food intake. The symptoms of type 2 diabetes usually appear more gradually. People with type 2 diabetes who do not have their blood glucose under […]