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Tips on How to Stay Motivated with Diabetes No Matter What

Tips on How to Stay Motivated with Diabetes No Matter What

Motivation is something we must continuously work on. When life is tough, motivation might be the difference between setting goals and lazing around doing nothing. According to some dictionaries, willpower is actually the energetic determination. It is the ability to control the actions, thoughts, impulses, and behaviors. Moreover, it is the strength of will to […]

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A Glass of Red Wine a Night for The Heart

A Glass of Red Wine a Night Could Help Protect the Heart, Study Says

A new study says that drinking one glass of red wine every night can help those with diabetes manage their cholesterol levels and boost heart health. To confirm these results, 220 patients with type 2 diabetes participated in the trial. They were assigned a Mediterranean diet along with a 150ml glass of red wine. Those […]

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9 Good Reasons to Drink Bitter Gourd Tea

Make Bitter Gourd Tea to Cleanse the Liver, Improve Vision, and Lower Blood Glucose

Did you know that karela or bitter gourd is actually a fruit and not a vegetable? The edible part of the plant that possesses numerous therapeutic properties is the fruit of the bitter squash. It may have a bitter taste, but the health benefits it offers will make its taste insignificant. The best way to […]

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The Best Bread for Stable Blood Glucose Levels

This is The Best Bread for Your Blood Glucose Levels

Nowadays, bread gets a lot of negative attention, mainly in light of Paleo and low-carb diet. It is like that since bread contains gluten and can cause inflammation in the body, mainly in the gut. But there is more to this. As a matter of fact, even the healthier version of whole grain bread can […]

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How Does Lack of Vitamin A Affect Blood Sugar Levels?

Lack of Vitamin A Can Affect Your Blood Sugar Levels

Researchers may have found a link between vitamin A and the insulin-secreting function. According to them, vitamin A may be a crucial compound for properly regulating the insulin secretion and the function of the beta cells. Since the main function of the beta cells is to release and store insulin, this new discovery may pave […]

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7 Reasons to Start Eating Mangoes Today

8 Reasons to Start Eating Mangoes Today

Mango is a delicious fruit that can provide countless health benefits with every bite. That is why mango is the king of the fruits. Aside from their amazing taste, mangoes contain plenty of vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals. As a result, they can be great for our overall health. For many years people have been using […]

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What Could Bleeding Gums Be a Sign For?

Could Bleeding Gums Be a Warning Sign of Diabetes

According to a recent study, bleeding gums might be an early symptom of diabetes type 2. Yes, as a matter of fact, serious gum disease such as periodontitis might show that someone has this chronic illness. However, dentists could help these people with some simple tests. It might help prevent them from losing their teeth. […]

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How to Help Our Partner Manage Diabetes

How to Help Your Partner Manage Diabetes

Diabetes can be quite a load to bear. It can have a heavy impact on the daily activities. That is why people should support their partner who has diabetes. Many people who have never had to deal with diabetes don’t know how to help. Therefore, it is important to learn how we can help our […]

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