More than 8 percent of the American population currently suffers with diabetes, which is a disease that results when the pancreas either does not produce enough of the blood sugar regulating hormone insulin (type-2 diabetes), or it does not produce any insulin at all (type-1 diabetes). The body requires insulin in order to transport excess glucose out of the blood stream and into fat, liver and muscles cells, and as a result, diabetics suffer from chronic high blood sugar levels. …Read more
A study showed that by paying close attention to blood sugar monitors, the amount of daily calories consumed offers diabetes help in the fight against diabetes.
11 participants in a study conducted at Newcastle University in England were able to reverse the effects of Type-2 diabetes by restricting eating habits. The findings show promise could possibly cure diabetes, and if further studies reinforce these results, blood sugar monitors for diabetics could …Read more
Diabetes is a disorder where the pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin, which is the hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels. As a result of this inability, diabetic individuals experience chronic high blood sugar levels. Obesity is the number one risk factor for the development of diabetes and more than 80% of type-2 diabetics, (the type of diabetes that is caused primarily by lifestyle factors) are overweight or obese. There are a lot of myths surrounding diabetes …Read more
With the increased levels of obesity in Canada, there has been a correlated increase in the number of people being diagnosed with Type II diabetes. Due to the serious complications that can occur with diabetes, many diabetics are searching for a diabetes cure. Research has started to look at alternatives to traditional medicinal treatment for diabetes as well as for a diabetes cure. The role of cinnamon in the treatment of diabetes has been investigated by a number of researchers …Read more