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Warning Signs That You Are Being Overtreated For Diabetes

Warning Signs That We are Being Overtreated for Diabetes

By Gabriela | Tips

Diabetes is a life-long disease that increases the risk of many dangerous health complications, including kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, amputation, blindness, etc. Luckily, there are medications and insulin shots that can help us lower blood glucose levels. This, in turn, can cut the risk of these health complications. However, sometimes doctors treat blood glucose […]

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Fast and Easy Breakfast Ideas for Diabetes

Fast and Easy Breakfast Ideas

By Gabriela | Diet , Recipes

Having diabetes means a need to eat a healthy and well-balanced diet. The first thing we should do when we start our day is to eat a nutritious breakfast. This way, we’ll start our day feeling more energetic and happy. Plus, a healthy breakfast can help us prevent sudden blood sugar spikes in the morning. […]

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6 Natural Treatments for Diabetic Neuropathy

6 Natural Treatments for Diabetic Neuropathy

By Gabriela | Tips

Diabetic neuropathy is a term used for nerve damage that is caused by diabetes. It can occur practically anywhere in the body, but it is most likely to affect the nerves that are running through the hands, limbs, and feet. However, not everyone with this chronic condition will develop complications like neuropathy, but many will. […]

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