Diabetes

Diabetes: What Is It and How to Manage It

The next data is solely for educational purposes and is meant to complement any medical treatment, not to prescribe or diagnose any condition. Please consult together with your physician before beginning any medical or nutritional program. With the invention of all our trendy and refined

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Type 1 Diabetes: Signs, Causes and Treatment

Once known as Juvenile diabetes, type 1 diabetes is an auto immune disease that causes the body to attack its own insulin producing cells in the pancreas. Unfortunately, these insulin producing cells, technically known as islet cells, cannot be reproduced by the body and insulin

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Dead Food and Pancreas Problem – Part 2

Of interest to diabetics is that almost all of the digestive enzymes are 100% produced by the pancreas. Over 95% of your pancreas production devoted to producing digestive enzymes. Under 5% to Insulin, glycogen. Not fully done researching this yet but want to bring you

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Diabetes

Dead Food and Pancreas Problem – Part 1

After five years of research, over 250 books, maybe 4,000 Studies, Thousands of Articles and personal diabetic experience I would list these three things in the last year clearing up for me in understanding my (and your) Diabetes and what it takes to survive and

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Who is At Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

There are very serious complications that can develop from type 2 diabetes. The complications seem to develop differently based on age, gender, and family origins. It is important for all patients to monitor for all potential complications as they can develop anywhere in anyone. In

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A Guide to Type 2 Diabetes Plan

Though some people are genetically predisposed to diabetes, most others get it because of a poor lifestyle. This is mostly centered on lack of proper exercise, a poor diet, and obesity. However, this damage that might have occurred after several years of unhealthy living can

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