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Should We Soak Our Feet If We Have Diabetes?

Should People with Diabetes Soak Their Feet

Soaking our feet can help soothe the pain and relax the feet. Furthermore, a warm salty bath may be ideal for improving the blood circulation. But, what about preventing diabetic foot infections? Unfortunately, soaking feet might cause inflammation and increase the pain in those with diabetic foot problems. Unlike tired feet, these problems are chronic […]

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The Life-Changing Program For 6 People With T1D and T2D

The People Who Reversed Their Diabetes in 30 Days

Diabetes nowadays is among the most widespread diseases. The American Diabetes Association reports that in 2012, around 9.3 percent of the population or approximately 29.1 Americans had diabetes. As a matter of fact, diabetes is at an exponential rate.  The main goal when it comes to diabetes treatment is to minimize the elevation of blood glucose […]

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What Are Ketones and When They Become Dangerous

What Are Ketones and When They Become Dangerous

When the body can’t use the glucose for fuel, it starts to burn fat, which in turn produces ketones. The ketones are the back-up fuel supply that helps the body function properly. Almost all of our cells use the ketones energy. Also, the brain can burn around 75% of all the fuel they provide. The […]

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Can High Blood Glucose Cause Stomach Pain?

Can High Blood Glucose Cause Stomach Pain

Stomach and gastrointestinal pains could be a sign of a more serious problem. One such problem is gastroparesis. Gastroparesis is a stomach disease that affects the nerves that control the muscles of the stomach. When these muscles stop working, the stomach can’t properly grind and empty the food into the intestine. This disease can interfere […]

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How to Recognize the 4 Types of Diabetic Neuropathy

How to Recognize the 4 Types of Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is actually nerve damage which is caused by diabetes. In case a person has had diabetes for an extended period of time, mainly if they had difficulties controlling their diabetes, they might get neuropathy symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and burning. As a matter of fact, according to estimations, more than 70 percent […]

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