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August, 2016

  • 20 August

    Exercise is the best medicine to manage Type 1 diabetes

    Ever since I was a young kid I’ve been intrigued with the human body (both physically and physiologically), as well as had a keen interest in science and nutrition. My love for all of those topics is what sent me on the path to becoming a qualified health professional. I’ve always considered myself a ‘healthy’ person, but it wasn’t until …

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  • 5 August

    Trip Therapy: Claudio’s journey beyond Diabetes

    Claudio is a 32 year old dreamer who ensures his dreams turn into reality. With resolve as strong as a diamond, Claudio overcame his fears and concerns and left a cushy job at a bank to do what he loves – travel the globe. And he is not just traveling the globe, he is breaking the myth that Type 1 …

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  • 3 August

    Lydia talks about her life with Type 1 Diabetes

    5th August 2009. A day to remember. The date that changed your life. 5th August 2009. A day to remember. The date that changed your life……. it has changed my life in two different ways – the good and the bad, but the good outweighs the bad! It is unpredictable and hard to control with each factor in each day …

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June, 2016

  • 28 June

    My circle of life with Diabetes- food, exercise and my support system

    1. I have diabetes. I am depressed. This is challenging. How do you beat the blues? I have a variety of ways to beat the blues. Sometimes I need to spend time alone: I bake, read, or come up with something sarcastic to say on Twitter. Other times it’s important to get out of my own head and sped time …

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  • 13 June

    Doctor develops a vaccine to cure type 1 Diabetes – Beat0 finds out everything

    1. A vaccine for diabetes. This is amazing. Share with us your vision. We believe we have found a way to stop the destruction of islets by selectively killing the white blood cells that are attacking the pancreas. We are using an existing, safe and inexpensive vaccine called BCG. 2. What inspired you to research on diabetes Dr. Denise Faustman? …

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  • 9 June

    Candid Abby – How I do Not suffer from Diabetes

    1. I am a diabetic vs I have diabetes. What is your opinion on this? I personally use the words interchangeably, but I do see how others could have a strong opinion about this! While I don’t have a preference on diabetic vs diabetes, I absolutely do NOT want people to say that I “suffer from” diabetes. I live a very …

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May, 2016

  • 30 May

    Top Ten Big Do’s and Don’ts of Gestational Diabetes

    What is Gestational Diabetes? Often women without any previous history of diabetes experience high blood sugar levels during pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester. This phase is clinically termed as Gestational Diabetes or Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Often triggered by fluctuating insulin responses, a possible explanation for the same remains how the lactogen in the human placenta intermingles and hinders the …

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  • 30 May

    Eating Your Way Out of Diabetes: Deciphering the Types and Small Diet Tips

    Diabetes is one of the biggest health risks we expose ourselves to on an everyday basis. However, diabetes has less to do with the soaring blood sugar levels and more to do with making choices that keep the symptoms in control. From a diet rich in refined, processed foods to the sedentary lifestyle we are used to, everything seems to …

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  • 25 May

    Ally tells BeatO – The real truth about being Diabetic

    Q. You had diabetes at 9 years of age. How was your child hood changed? A. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just before my third birthday.  My childhood was more complicated because of diabetes, but I was able to do things that non-diabetic kids got to do, too. Q.Who was your biggest support in diabetes care? A. My family …

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  • 18 May

    How do I control diabetes through natural measures?

    Diabetes is no longer a disease but an epidemic. India already has more than a 100+ million diabetics, and what’s worse is that a large chunk is undiagnosed. Despite varied researches and medical advancements, it is still difficult to predict who is going to become Diabetic. The innocuous nature of Diabetes tends to grow lethal if ignored. Doctors refer to Diabetes with the …

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