Diabetes Prevention

Lose Weight, Lose Diabetes

…reversing diabetes was within his reach and he did what was necessary to make it happen. You can do the same. But even easier is to take steps now to prevent the disease. Preventing type 2 diabetes is a lot easier than reversing it. I encourage you to seek natural treatments for diabetes, many of…

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Do You Have Pre-Diabetes?

…pre-diabetes doesn’t necessarily mean you will develop diabetes. Because diabetes and weight are closely related, studies have shown that people with pre-diabetes who lose weight and increase their level of physical activity can prevent or delay the disease. It is also a good idea to reduce…

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Can Just 10 Minutes of Exercise a Week Prevent Diabetes?

…you’re trying to prevent or treat diabetes. One reason is that exercise acts like insulin, as the exercising muscles take up glucose. Plus, the exercise itself increases your insulin sensitivity. Exercise also helps you lose weight, which is key to managing diabetes and blood sugar control.…

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Prevent Diabetes By Eating Fish

…want to prevent diabetes. What the researchers found is that a diet high in fish can help to lower the concentration of glucose in your bloodstream and lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Plus, the inverse is also true. A red meat diet increases your risk of developing diabetes and weight…

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Foods that Prevent Diabetes: Apples and Blueberries

…in standard portion sizes. None of the participants had diabetes at the onset of the study, yet 12,600 of the study participants were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes during the research period. Discovering the Foods that Prevent Diabetes Researchers found that those who ate the most blueberries,…

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Diabetes and Neuropathy

…their feet, which are very slow to heal and prone to serious infection, diabetic neuropathy is a leading cause of lower-extremity amputations. Thankfully, adjustments to your diet and lifestyle are just a few of the effective natural treatments for diabetes that can help prevent diabetic neuropathy.

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5 Interesting Facts About Diabetes

Interesting Fact About Diabetes #1 In the Diabetes Prevention Program, a large prevention study of people with diabetes risk factors, changes in lifestyle reduced the likelihood of participants developing diabetes by 58 percent over three years. And for participants who were aged 60 years or older,…

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Diabetes and Obesity

As you may know, type 2 diabetes is caused by insulin resistance. For people living with diabetes, the beta cells in the pancreas make plenty of insulin—the hormone that moves glucose from the blood into the cells—but the cells are unresponsive to insulin’s actions. This leads to a…

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Why Diabetes Drugs Fail Patients

…a diabetic. So why would you want to take a drug that puts you on the fast track for greater health complications? Just as importantly, these drugs give doctors and patients a false sense of security, and get in the way of solving the real issues. The only way to “solve” diabetes is…

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Ditch Diabetes with Weights and Walking

We’ve long known that aerobic exercise helps to prevent diabetes. Now, new research suggests pairing aerobics with weight training can lower your diabetes risk—significantly. In a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers from Harvard and the University of…

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5 Ways to Prevent Falls

…true. Here are six ways to prevent loss of vision. 3. Make sure you don’t have low blood sugar. Forty percent of falls are caused by misdiagnosed health issues, including low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Severe symptoms are virtually always associated with diabetes drugs, which can drive blood…

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Diabetes Is Much Too Serious to Ignore

…disease. It’s time we all pull our heads out of the sand and look diabetes in the eye. Diabetes is in large part a disease of lifestyle. In 90 percent of all cases, it is both preventable and treatable. Treating diabetes is simpler than many people think—exercising most days of the week…

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Diabetes is a Silent Killer

…It’s time we all pull our heads out of the sand and look diabetes in the eye. Diabetes is in large part a disease of lifestyle. In 90 percent of all cases, it is both preventable and treatable—yet statistics clearly show that it is being neither prevented nor treated appropriately.

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How NOT to Prevent a Stroke

…symptoms at all! Safe, Effective Ways to Prevent a Stroke So, what are your options? The leading risk factor for stroke is hypertension, followed by atherosclerosis, atrial fibrillation, diabetes, obesity, alcoholism, and smoking. The most important preventive measure is to do whatever it takes to…

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Study Links Diabetes and Alzheimer's: How to Reduce Your Risk

…statistics are equally alarming. They show that overall, diabetes can more than double the risk of dementia. How to Prevent Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease Fortunately, there are several effective steps you can take to prevent diabetes and Alzheimer’s: 1. Exercise. Researchers from…

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New Study Shows Coffee Can Prevent or Delay Alzheimer’s

…substantially delayed or avoided developing full-blown dementia. This new research adds to the other good news that coffee reduces the risk of diabetes, helps prevent skin cancer, reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease, stops migraine headaches, can halt a full-blown asthma attack, aids in…

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Prevent Heart Disease With This Tasty Treat

…and dark chocolate is linked to improved cognitive functioning, mood, blood pressure, and insulin sensitivity—along with the reduced risk of diabetes, nerve injury, and UV radiation damage. What’s the best way to eat chocolate? Look for high-quality chocolate bars that contain 70 percent…

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Quick Workouts Can Treat Diabetes Naturally

diabetes naturally by lowering blood sugar levels at the time you're active and increasing your body's overall sensitivity to insulin. A brisk 10-minute walk alone has been shown to lower blood sugar levels dramatically in some people, and if it's done after a meal it can help prevent

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Could You Have Diabetes and Not Know It?

…The good news is that in type 2 diabetes the body only becomes “insensitive” or “resistant” to insulin, and people diagnosed with this disease often can boost their insulin sensitivity and reverse their condition. Type 2 diabetes is preventable, and is primarily a result of…

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