6 Ways to Strengthen Your Immune System

Because diabetes is an autoimmune disease, it’s vital to strengthen your immune system to prevent additional complications. When the system that is designed to protect you becomes the source of the threat, it’s important to do everything you can to protect your health. 

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Vitamin B1 Deficiency Symptoms, Reasons and Side Effects

Vitamins are essential for your body’s growth and development, plus they also play a crucial role in biological functions like metabolism, immunity, digestion and so on. However, there are so many vitamins it becomes tough for us to get the daily recommended amount of vitamins through diet alone.

 One of the most important vitamins is Vitamin B1. Trust me, you don’t want Vitamin B1 deficiency to ruin your life.

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The Power of Turmeric For Diabetics

Diabetes is a common condition that affects 15% of people ages 20 years old and above. The World Health Organization has predicted that diabetes will be the seventh-highest mortality rate around the globe. 

Diabetes occurs when the body can’t produce and use insulin to regulate the blood sugar level. It impacts people from all walks of life and it causes severe health problems. Health professionals treat diabetes with insulin shots but recently, they’ve discovered the power of turmeric for diabetes. 

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5 Healthy Choices Diabetics Can Make at Cook Outs

Summertime always means cookouts, even when social distancing requirements make it difficult to gather with friends and family. Whether you’re planning your own backyard barbecue or attending someone else’s, it’s possible to enjoy summer’s traditional foods without sacrificing your health if you're a diabetic.

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The Daily Phone Call - A Father's Day Message

The phone rings and the phone number that shows up in the caller ID is familiar to me.  I will answer this one because I KNOW who is calling and I want to talk - to him!

Too often these days our phones ring and the number is “unavailable” or “unknown” or it comes from a zip code that is local but no name is associated with it.  Too often the caller id is some political entity or an organization that wants your attention, or you may have contributed to in the past but you’re not in a position to repeat the donation this year. We hear regularly that scammers are “reaching out” via phone and internet and we’re cautioned to not engage, no matter what.  Robocalls bombard us throughout the day in spite of the government’s efforts to thwart them. Noise, noise, noise!

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