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The ABC's For T2D's

The ABC's For T2D's

 Managing T2D effectively comes down to one thing – managing blood glucose levels. While exercise, de-stressing, quitting smoking and many other things can help, the most important thing to know is that a proper diet directly affects blood sugar levels. T2D is one of those conditions that silently sits in the background and doesn’t give...  [SEE MORE] 

 Managing T2D effectively comes down to one thing – managing blood glucose levels. While exercise, de-stressing, quitting smoking and many other things can help, the most important thing to know is that a proper diet directly affects blood sugar levels. T2D is one of those conditions that silently sits in the background and doesn’t give...  [SEE MORE] 

 Stress is the “21st century’s silent killer”, and for good reason, as it causes more health problems than any other factor. In order to manage blood sugar, it’s important to know how stress makes the condition worse. Stress weakens the immune system, which can trigger the release of the stress hormone cortisol into the blood. In...  [SEE MORE] 

 Stress is the “21st century’s silent killer”, and for good reason, as it causes more health problems than any other factor. In order to manage blood sugar, it’s important to know how stress makes the condition worse. Stress weakens the immune system, which can trigger the release of the stress hormone cortisol into the blood. In...  [SEE MORE] 

 The biggest problem with the prediabetes stage is this condition shows no signs or symptoms, resulting in millions of people all around the world not realizing they are prediabetic. As diagnosed by a qualified doctor, prediabetes is a condition characterized by slightly elevated blood glucose levels, regarded as indicative that a person is at risk...  [SEE MORE] 

 The biggest problem with the prediabetes stage is this condition shows no signs or symptoms, resulting in millions of people all around the world not realizing they are prediabetic. As diagnosed by a qualified doctor, prediabetes is a condition characterized by slightly elevated blood glucose levels, regarded as indicative that a person is at risk...  [SEE MORE] 

 There is no avoiding the fact that diet plays the biggest role in controlling blood sugar levels. In fact, much of a T2's fight will be on the  ‘diet battlefield’. While exercising and de-stressing are important, nothing comes close to impacting blood sugar levels as much as food. Unfortunately, there are several misconceptions about which foods...  [SEE MORE] 

A higher body fat percentage increases the risks of blood sugar issues. Very often, focusing on reducing one’s sugar intake can help stabilize blood sugar levels.

While that is important, we must not neglect the fact that the fats and oils we consume can also lead to problems. One gram of fat contains 9 calories. So, consuming a lot of fatty foods on a daily basis add up and turn into excess weight in the body.

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A higher body fat percentage increases the risks of blood sugar issues. Very often, focusing on reducing one’s sugar intake can help stabilize blood sugar levels.

While that is important, we must not neglect the fact that the fats and oils we consume can also lead to problems. One gram of fat contains 9 calories. So, consuming a lot of fatty foods on a daily basis add up and turn into excess weight in the body.

It’s easier to manage weight by...  [SEE MORE] 

 Smoking is one of those activities where there is absolutely no benefit and only negative consequences. Those who have developed T2D especially and are still smoking should definitely try to quit. One of the adverse effects of smoking is that it makes the body insensitive to insulin. As insulin resistance increases, blood sugar levels...  [SEE MORE] 

 Smoking is one of those activities where there is absolutely no benefit and only negative consequences. Those who have developed T2D especially and are still smoking should definitely try to quit. One of the adverse effects of smoking is that it makes the body insensitive to insulin. As insulin resistance increases, blood sugar levels...  [SEE MORE] 

 What is gestational diabetes? It’s an extremely common condition which pregnant women who don’t already have diabetes can suffer from, appearing usually in the 6th or 7th month of pregnancy. Though it sounds scary, gestational diabetes usually disappears after pregnancy. Several factors can influence the likelihood of becoming affected by gestational diabetes, including being overweight...  [SEE MORE] 

 What is gestational diabetes? It’s an extremely common condition which pregnant women who don’t already have diabetes can suffer from, appearing usually in the 6th or 7th month of pregnancy. Though it sounds scary, gestational diabetes usually disappears after pregnancy. Several factors can influence the likelihood of becoming affected by gestational diabetes, including being overweight...  [SEE MORE] 

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