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Decoding Prediabetes: Symptoms, Risk Factors & Treatment

A warning is something that makes us aware of a possible danger. Similarly, prediabetes or borderline diabetes is a warning or wake-up call that you are on the path to Type-2 diabetes. This is why the term has “pre” meaning it is a pre-diagnosis of diabetes. In this article, we tell you everything you should know about prediabetes, including its …

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Understanding Diabetes Insipidus

Understanding diabetes insipidus

Have you heard of Diabetes Insipidus before? Does this ring the bell of diabetes in you? However, what you might not know is that diabetes insipidus is a condition entirely unrelated to sugar levels. In this article, learn everything about the condition, diabetes insipidus. What is Diabetes Insipidus? Diabetes Insipidus is a rare condition where the kidneys are unable to …

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Top 10 Superfoods That Help In Managing Sugar Levels

Top 10 Superfoods That Help In Managing Sugar Levels

Not all healthy foods can be called superfoods. Some greens such as spinach, cabbage, and kale contain more nutrients in comparison to others. Here are some of the healthiest foods that are not only rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber but also helps in reducing sugar levels too.   Sunflower Seeds One of the unique quality about sunflower seeds …

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Diabetes Educators: Why They Are Important In Diabetes

Diabetes education is the cornerstone to diabetes management, this is because diabetes requires day-to-day knowledge of nutrition, exercise, monitoring, and medication. Diabetes is unlike other diseases, such as cholesterol and blood pressure, where medication alone can at times successfully treat it.There are a lot of other components to diabetes, such as: nutritional management, physical activity, medications, glucose monitoring, and psycho-social …

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