Blogging as a Stress Reliever

September 7, 2022 Category :Stress Busters 0

For many, a stress-free lifestyle is simply out of reach. And as technology continues to exponentially increase, more people—from college students to well-established professionals—reach for the keyboard as an outlet for the stress that’s as always-on as the Internet.

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Insulin Glargine & Insuline Glulisine

September 6, 2022 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Sanofi-Aventis announced recently the results of a study that demonstrated that patients using Lantus (insulin glargine [rDNA origin] injection) once-daily and Apidra (insulin glulisine [rDNA origin] injection) before meals reported improved patient reported outcomes and decreased glycemic variability versus patients treated with premix analog insulin.

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Halting the Metabolic Syndrome

September 5, 2022 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Metabolic syndrome is a term for a condition in which risk factors—such as abdominal obesity, high triglyceride level, low level of good cholesterol (also known as high-density lipoprotein cholesterol or HDL-C), high blood pressure, and high blood sugar—cluster together, putting a patient at higher risk for heart disease, diabetes mellitus, and stroke.

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Troubles, Epiphanies and Giving Back

September 4, 2022 Category :People and Places 0

An epiphany may come after an admission of a struggle. It happens when a person realizes that certain actions need to be taken, and that these actions may be necessary to change the situation at hand.

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Understanding the Diabetic Diet

September 3, 2022 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

You’ve heard it all before. Eat more veggies. Eat more fiber. Eat more fish. Put down the saltshaker. Limit the fat. Be active. Don’tmoke. And don’t drink too much alcohol. What’s the deal? If you follow these advice, will it really make a difference in how well and how long you live? In a word, YES. You can bet your life on it. If you could grow old in good health without having a heart attack or getting diabetes and its complications, wouldn’t you be willing to do just about anything — including improving your diet and activity habits? Of course, you would. And you can start today.

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Oatmeal Cookies

September 2, 2022 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

Oats are a natural source of fiber. So, too, are bananas and raisins. Enjoy all three in this tempting combination that is good for your cholesterol and your sugar levels as well. The natural sugars from the bananas give these cookies a natural sweetness that is hard to ignore.

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Fiber Coleslaw

September 1, 2022 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

Munch on this coleslaw version that uses light mayonnaise, allowing you to enjoy a classic cream-style coleslaw without all the calories and fat. Cabbage is packed with antioxidants and it is naturally high in fiber and low in carbohydrates.

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High Fiber Four Seasons Juice

August 31, 2022 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

We all love a glass of refreshing fruit juice. Gulp down this sweet version that is packed with fiber from natural fruits that are easy to find. Feel free to replace the fruits with whatever is in season, such as melons or strawberries.

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Fiber Diet Recipes

August 30, 2022 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

We are living at a time when we have to be fully conscious about what we eat. And the one important thing we need to add to our daily diet is fiber. Studies have shown that a diet high in fiber keeps our colons healthy, cleanses our digestive system, and discards toxins out of our body. It also helps reduce the risk of high cholesterol, high blood sugar, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.

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Are There Medicines that prevent Diabetes?

August 29, 2022 Category :Healthy Advocacy| Healthy News 0

Eating well, incorporating regular physical activity into your daily routine and maintaining proper weight are still all key to preventing type 2 diabetes. This is particularly important in people already with risk factors — like being overweight, having close relatives with diabetes, having had diabetes during a previous pregnancy or if one already has prediabetes (a condition wherein blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of diabetes). But because some people would rather take a pill than go to the gym, researchers have looked at certain medications and their efficacy on diabetes prevention.

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