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Why Is Good to Drink Tea on a Regular Basis

How Drinking Tea Can Aid You in Preventing and Controlling Type 2 Diabetes

People have been drinking tea for ages, and in this century it has become the second most popular drink in the world, preceded only by water. But even though there have already been many health benefits connected to tea, more and more seem to be appearing with each passing day! And one of the most […]

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What Foods to Eat to Control Blood Sugar Levels?

What Foods to Eat to Control Your Blood Sugar Levels?

We all know that the food we eat significantly affects not only the blood sugar level but our overall health. When it comes to diabetes, some foods can help us control blood sugar levels. However, to figure out which foods are the best can be a tough job but do not worry, we will help you. Here is […]

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7 Reasons for Consuming Moringa Fruit and Leaves

Moringa – The Herb That Can Help Reduce Blood Sugar Levels

Nowadays, people have become dependent on medicine in order to stay healthy. However, there is always a natural way to provide good health to your body. One such herb is Moringa Oleifera, a plant which originates from South Asia. Traditionally, it is used in medical treatments for many years. It is known as a drumstick, […]

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10 Tips to Reduce Diabetic Nerve Pain

11 Tips to Reduce Diabetic Nerve Pain

Those who have diabetes can develop diabetic peripheral neuropathy – a type of nerve damage characterized by numbness, tingling, and pain in their hands, fingers, feet, and toes. This long-term problem occurs if people don’t control their condition effectively and if their blood sugar levels stay high for many years. This condition can interfere with […]

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Things People Might Not Know About Type 1 Diabetes

Type one diabetes is the condition when the pancreas stops producing insulin, which is hormone the helps food transform into energy. It happens when the immune system destroys the beta cells or the cells that produce insulin. The reasons why this process occurs can be different. Sometimes environmental factors are to blame, but sometimes even […]

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