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Quick and Effective Ways to Control Blood Sugar Spikes

Maintaining healthy blood sugar levels goes a long way in living healthy with type 2 diabetes. Normal blood sugar levels tend to spike when after meal the sugar content in your blood rises and falls drastically. As time passes by, your body turns incapable of using insulin effectively and this can lead to type 2 diabetes. Diabetes care begins with …

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Make your Diabetic Partner Feel Extra Special on Valentine’s Day – Gifting Ideas

It is that time of the year again – when you and your loved one marvel at the bond you share and share sweets, chocolates and some adorable gifts to show you care. However, when you have diabetes, it is common to have reservations about celebrating a day which is so focused on sweets – chocolates, candies, delicious desserts and …

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Diet For Diabetes: All You Need To Know About Methi Daana

Methi Daana Atta is one of the most favored flour recommended by diabetes educator at BEATO. The mildly spiced flour has benefits that are unique as well as requites for diabetes diet therapy. Methi daana is the Hindi name for seeds of the fenugreek plant. It is widely used in flavoring Asian Indian curries as well as dry vegetable preparations …

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Gestational Diabetes – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Pregnant women who have never had diabetes but experience high blood sugar levels during pregnancy are said to have gestational diabetes. High blood sugar from the mother causes high blood sugar in the baby. If left untreated it can cause problems in the baby. Proactive diabetes care and diabetes management is essential in order to ensure the harmful effects of …

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Kidney Damage – Prevention and Management in Diabetics

Diabetes care and diabetes management extends beyond regular sugar level monitoring. Fluctuating blood sugar levels cause irreversible damage to your kidneys in the long run. Our Kidneys are made up of thousands of tiny blood vessels whose main function is to filter waste from our blood. Diabetes can cause damage to the blood vessels thereby affecting this filtering process and …

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Know your blood sugar levels during pregnancy – Gestational Diabetes

What is Gestational Diabetes? Acquired during pregnancy, gestational diabetes is a condition of high blood glucose levels which were normal before you become pregnant. With a little care, balancing blood sugar levels ensures you have a healthy pregnancy and both the mother and the child remain safe post the delivery. Gestational diabetes is usually a temporary health condition that arises …

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Handling an Insulin Overdose – A How To Guide for Diabetics

Insulin is commonly known as an essential part of diabetes management and maintaining normal blood sugar levels. But not many of us know about the role insulin plays inside our body with respect to managing your blood sugar levels. Role of Insulin in Diabetes • Insulin regulates sugar levels in your bloodstream and helps maintain them within the normal range. …

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Christmas Gifting Ideas for Diabetics – 7 Gifts your Diabetic Friends or Family Members will Love

Come December and it is amazing how everyone start recalling each other’s likes and preferences in order to shortlist the ideal Christmas gifts for their friends and family members. Despite all the research, brain storming and of course the heart-warming, being decisive about Christmas gifts seems a far-fetched possibility. This dilemma becomes tougher to come out from if your friends …

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The 1 to 10 Guide for Balancing Your Blood Sugar

1. 45 minutes to ONE-hour walk is mandatory An important part of your diabetes care involves keeping yourself physically active and fit. If national diabetes association is to be believed, basic and short-term exercises for diabetes help cells in your muscles to take up more glucose in order to use it for energy and tissue repair, therefore lowering blood sugar …

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