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Author: Rob Sciubba

I'm a retired display designer from Long Island New York. Since I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, I made it a passion of mine to help myself and others by treating diabetes and lowering blood sugar by natural methods. My goal is to help every person I can to deal with diabetes.
Diabetes and Ulcers-Why It’s Imperative to Examine Your Feet!

Diabetes and Ulcers-Why It’s Imperative to Examine Your Feet!

Diabetes and Ulcers Diabetic ulcers start due to poor blood circulation which is a form of the vascular disease in which blood doesn’t flow to your feet effectively. This poor circulation can also make it more difficult for ulcers to heal. It’s crucial to know how to prevent foot ulcers and how to treat them if you have them. Many people with diabetes have the peripheral arterial disease (PAD), which reduces blood flow to the feet. Similarly, many people with…

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Milk Thistle for Diabetes-Learn Why it is Powerful Against Diabetes!

Milk Thistle for Diabetes-Learn Why it is Powerful Against Diabetes!

Milk Thistle for Diabetes It has been proven that milk thistle could help manage diabetes by treating insulin resistance. Medical experts suggested that milk thistle, combined with traditional treatment, can improve diabetes. The study shows a decrease in blood sugar levels and an improvement in cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes. Several scientific studies prove its efficiency in the cure for hepatitis, cirrhosis, and protection from liver damage. It has also been of great help to combat cancer and…

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Frequent Urination With Diabetes-What is the Link With Being Thirsty?

Frequent Urination With Diabetes-What is the Link With Being Thirsty?

Frequent Urination With Diabetes You’ve noticed that you’re peeing more than usual. Frequent urination may be a sign of early diabetes. There is a connection between diabetes and your bladder so getting to your doctor to have it checked out is a wise choice. It’s not something you want to put off. The sooner you know and do something the better. Diabetes is something that you must know a lot about and the more you know and the sooner you…

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Can Diabetes Cause Constipation?- Powerful Ways to Fight Constipation

Can Diabetes Cause Constipation?- Powerful Ways to Fight Constipation

 Can Diabetes Cause Constipation? Diabetes can cause constipation and it is a result of high blood sugar levels resulting  from type 1 and type 2 diabetes. This can lead to diabetic neuropathy or nerve damage. When the nerves controlling the digestive tract is damaged, it can lead to constipation. At least 50% of diabetes patients develop some kind of diabetic neuropathy at their later stages of diabetes. It ordinarily takes about 5 to 10 years for a diabetes patient to…

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Celiac Disease and Diabetes-What is the Secret Link & Solution?

Celiac Disease and Diabetes-What is the Secret Link & Solution?

Celiac Disease and Diabetes There is a genetic connection between type 1 diabetes and celiac disease, therefore, if you are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, your risk for getting celiac disease increases in many folds.  It is highly linked to celiac disease on a genetic level, and a good number of people living with type 1 diabetes are sufferers of the disease. Celiac disease is diagnosed later in life, unlike type 2 diabetes which has no connection between type 2…

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Worst Foods for Diabetes-Never Eat These Foods, Ever!

Worst Foods for Diabetes-Never Eat These Foods, Ever!

Worst Foods for Diabetes There are certain foods that trigger blood sugar levels for those with diabetes, so if you are trying to lower blood sugar and stay healthy, there are certain foods that you must avoid. One of the most important things about eating is portion control. Even though the worst foods for diabetics cannot be strictly categorized because individual’s body is different, just as the way they react to food is different. Foods you eat should be measured…

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Pre Diabetes Symptoms For Women-Why This Includes Men Too!

Pre Diabetes Symptoms For Women-Why This Includes Men Too!

Prediabetes Symptoms For Women Prediabetes may be defined as the condition in which the symptoms of diabetes is not really present in a person, but blood sugar level is higher than normal, though not high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes. In most cases being an early stage of diabetes, the characterization of what happens during prediabetes is similar. It is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but a person does not yet…

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Pregnancy and Gestational Diabetes-What You Need to Know and Why

Pregnancy and Gestational Diabetes-What You Need to Know and Why

Pregnancy and Gestational Diabetes Gestational diabetes is a temporary or short-term type of diabetes in which your body is unable to produce an adequate amount of insulin to regulate sugar during pregnancy. All expectant mothers are checked to see if they have gestational diabetes in the course of their pregnancy. It is also be called carbohydrate intolerance or glucose intolerance. Why is this important? Gestational diabetes usually disappears once the child is born. During pregnancy, the placenta releases hormones that…

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Children With Diabetes-What You Ought to Know About Juvenile Diabetes

Children With Diabetes-What You Ought to Know About Juvenile Diabetes

Juvenile Diabetes Children with diabetes are generally caused by the body’s inability to produce insulin from the pancreas. It is an autoimmune disease which causes the body’s own defenses to attack the body’s organs or tissues. A diabetic child has the same dreams and aspirations as other children and it is important that they are treated in the same way. Diabetes in children also known as juvenile diabetes is mainly type 1 diabetes. It’s the most common type of diabetes…

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Are Peaches Good for Diabetics?13 Reasons Why Peaches Rock!

Are Peaches Good for Diabetics?13 Reasons Why Peaches Rock!

Are Peaches Good for Diabetics? Peaches can substantially lower your risk for type 2 diabetes because they contain a high amount of fiber. They also are low on the glycemic index with a rating of between 25-55 which makes it a perfect fruit for diabetics. Some fruits are high in sugar content, but peaches are not and they are an excellent choice for diabetics. Many folks may assume that all fruits have a lot of sugar content. This isn’t the…

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