Your chances of developing Type 2 Diabetes soar when you carry extra weight around your stomach. The question is how much weight around our middle is “extra” and is it possible to lose inches from our waist? Many people with prediabetes or Type 2 diabetes feel they are not able to lose the weight they… Continue reading The Risk for Diabetes Increases With Extra Inches Around Your Waist
One of the most significant ways to control your blood sugar is through diet and the foods you chose. It is wise to keep your total calories for the day at a low but healthy level. The foods listed below contain almost no calories, and may even end up in the negative because you will… Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – You Can Control Your Calorie Intake With These Foods
According to a recent study from Ilam University of Medical Sciences in Ilam, Iran, and the Behbahan Faculty of Medical Sciences in Behbahan, Iran, Gestational diabetes or pregnancy-related diabetes raises the risk of postpartum depression, or the new mother feeling more depressed for a longer time period than ordinary “baby blues” women often experience after… Continue reading Gestational Diabetes Raises the Risk of Postpartum Depression
Is a ketogenic diet safe for people who have received a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes? The food recommended for people with high blood sugar encourages weight loss: a ketogenic diet has high amounts of fat and is low in carbs, so it is mystifying how such a high-fat diet is an option for alleviating… Continue reading Does A Keto Diet Help Lower Blood Sugar Levels?
Health advice is all around for a good reason. People are pushing their ideas because there is a demand for it. It is more than just interesting material to many people; often it is crucial information we all need to be made aware of. Your health and well-being become a more relevant issue with each… Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Why You Need to Invest In Your Health Every Day
A lot has been said about yoga and its potential to cure almost anything. But is this the case where Type 2 diabetes is concerned? It is very common for people diagnosed with this form of diabetes to engage in various kinds of exercises like calisthenics, jogging or even cycling. Getting involved in yoga is… Continue reading Can Yoga Help Control Blood Sugar Levels?
If you are someone who is dealing with Type 2 diabetes and looking to stabilize your blood sugar levels, it is vital you are always looking after your nutrition. If you fail to eat the right meals – and snacks for that matter; there is a good chance your blood sugar level will get out… Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating – Smart Snack Ideas To Add To Your Diet Plan
Enjoying fiber-rich foods is a huge part of supporting Type 2 diabetes. Fiber helps to slow the absorption of carbs and can help balance blood sugar levels. Not only that but when you add high fiber foods to your diet, you also help support digestive health which is central to the overall health of your… Continue reading The Best Five High Fiber Foods to Help Support Diabetes
According to a study reported on in July of 2018 in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics twin pregnancies are at higher risk of developing Gestational diabetes, or pregnancy-related diabetes, than singleton pregnancies. Other risk factors are the same for singleton and twin births. Scientists at Tel Aviv University in Israel and other research facilities… Continue reading The Risk for Developing Gestational Diabetes Is Higher in Women Having Twins
According to a study reported on in January of 2019 in the journal Psychophysiology, loneliness affects how people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes handle stress. Stress has known links to heart disease and death, possibly by affecting the different hormones, the nervous system, and inflammation. It is known people with Type 2 diabetes have difficulty… Continue reading Loneliness, Depression and Inflammation in Diabetes