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Leaning of a type 2 diabetes diagnosis is especially difficult, as it has life-changing implications. People with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing life-threatening diseases, such as heart disease, kidney disease, and cancer. The good news is you can do something about this....

With each passing day, the number of people being diagnosed with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes continues to soar which leads them to purchase diabetes medications or diabetes test kit. If you happen to be part of the statistics, then you may have resigned...

Being a diabetic and choosing healthy snacks can be very hard. Avoiding sugar and fats can make all the difference. Here are a few snacks and diabetes diet plan packed with vitamins and other health benefits so you can eat right. Blueberries were rated #1 out...

Your feet can tell you a lot about your health by sending you important signals.  These signs can indicate that you have anything from anemia to diabetes. Pay attention to the signs your feet are sending you in order to stay in good health. Unsolved...

In the modern-day kitchen, refined sugar (or white sugar) is the evil bad guy who simply hides under an appealing vision of your best friend. White sugar has been present for centuries, with dark beginnings in its initial production at the center of the eighteenth-century...

Protects the Heart: Recommended magnesium dose daily helps protect the heart from many things including, heart arrhythmias, blocked arteries, and high blood pressure. Magnesium deficiency can result in deadly health events for many people. Heart arrhythmias, the irregular and abnormally fast heartbeats or atrial...

[caption id="attachment_21010" align="alignleft" width="300"] Picture From www.jdrf.org[/caption] If you are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes this means that your body does not produce an adequate amount of insulin, or does not properly use the insulin your body does produce. Insulin is an important hormone that comes...