10 Diabetes Podcasts You Should Invest Time Listening To

Diabetes doesn’t compartmentalize. It doesn’t only affect part of your life. Rather, it impacts every aspect, from your diet to your daily routine and even your sleep schedule. There is never a moment when diabetes isn’t a priority. As a result, it’s worth your while to learn all that you can about the disease. The more knowledge you have, the ...
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50 Diabetes Influencers You Should Start Following Today!

Who do you listen to? With so many voices sharing so much information about diabetes, how do you know whom to trust? These 50 influencers have made their mark in the world of diabetes. They have shared and studied and tested and worked to further the cause of diabetes and the people who live with it. If you or someone you love is living with di...
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10 Recommendations To Help With Diabetics Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy, a nerve disorder that affects diabetics, impacts about 65 percent of diabetics and can occur in every organ system in the body. Although it can occur at any time, diabetic neuropathy is most common in patients who are unable to control their blood sugar, and the risk rises with age and duration of the disease. Diabetic neur...
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Healthy Meal Ideas For Diabetics

If you’ve never heard of resistant starches, you’re probably not alone. But if you’ve never heard of resistant starches and you’re diabetic, take notice. In December of 2016, the Food and Drug Administration approved the claim that resistant starches may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. After 21 years of research, the FDA acknowledged resist...
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9 Herbal Supplements That Control Blood Sugar Levels

There are about 27 million people in the U.S. with it. Another 86 million have pre-diabetes — and the diabetes epidemic shows no sign of slowing. Type 2 diabetes, can be controlled through controlled blood sugar levels. When diet and exercise are not enough to control blood sugar, some people with type 2 diabetes turn to medications, howev...
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Diabetes 101…What Causes It and Why

Disordered metabolism. It’s how Frederick Banting, the doctor who first administered insulin, defined diabetes. He described it as the body’s inability to burn carbohydrate, as well as protein and fat. The carbohydrates we eat are the first nutrients our bodies use for energy. The body converts carbs into glucose, and then releases glucose into...
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