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Diabetes is a medical condition in which blood glucose (the main source of energy that comes from the food you eat) is too high over a prolonged period.

8 Amazing New Gadgets for Managing Diabetes

8 Amazing New Gadgets for Managing Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition that requires constant attention. Here is how technology may help us manage it. It can take some of the weight off our shoulders. One in 11 people has to deal with diabetes on a daily basis. According to the latest records, 422 million people worldwide, suffer from diabetes. But, this number […]

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Fish Oil for Nerve Damage – Yes or No?

Can You Treat Nerve Damage with Fish Oil

Diabetic neuropathies are actually a group of nerve disorders which occur due to diabetes. Over time, individuals with this chronic illness can experience nerve damage in their body. Moreover, some individuals have nerve damage, but still, they don’t have any symptoms. Other individuals might have signs such as numbness, pain or tingling in the legs, […]

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Low-Carb Diet and Blood Glucose Levels

Low-Carb Diet and Blood Glucose Levels

Diabetes is a disease that makes it more difficult, and even sometimes impossible, for the body to process carbohydrates effectively. When we consume carbs normally, the body breaks them down into small parts of glucose, which later becomes blood sugar. According to studies, a low-carb diet can help keep blood sugar levels in check. In […]

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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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