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Advice and recipes on dieting and exercise with diabetes

Start a healthy lifestyle with food and exercise tips that keep your diabetes in check. For those at risk, take control of your health before diabetes has a chance.


Topics: Diabetic Recipes

Topics: Diet

Topics: Exercise

Topics: Natural Control

About the American Diabetes Association

Founded in 1940, the American Diabetes Association is one of the most influential diabetes charity working in the United States. Its offices are located throughout the country, and are staffed primarily by volunteers who engage in a wide range of nonprofit work.

Some of the principal areas the American...

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CDC Research Indicates Rise in Diabetes

What the latest results say about the future state of diabetes and treatment

In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control published its latest findings on the state of diabetes amongst Americans. According to the CDC's National Diabetes Fact Sheet, the rise in diabetes continues to escalate across different age...

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Diabetes and Travel: Tips for When You’re in the Sky or On the Road

It's difficult enough managing diabetes at home; however, travelling presents a new set of challenges. Trips by plane or car provide plenty of hassles, but having diabetes can make traveling even more frustrating. Regardless of how inconvenient diabetes may be, travelling should never be an excuse for not testing your blood glucose or taking medication.

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Diabetes Care Consists of Diet, Exercise, and Medication

People with diabetes are unable to produce or properly use insulin. Without insulin, the body cannot convert sugar, starches, and other foods into energy. Fortunately, proper diabetes care can help manage your blood sugar and reduce your risk for diseases like stroke and heart disease. Excellent diabetes care includes diet, exercise, and medication.


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How to Become an Energetic Diabetic

If you have diabetes, you know firsthand that diabetes can rob you of your energy. In fact, one of the main symptoms of diabetes is fatigue. When your blood sugar levels are out of control, it's common to feel exhausted. Lack of exercise and an unhealthy diet can also make it more challenging to control...

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Traveling with Diabetes Testing Supplies

Managing diabetes testing supplies can be a major task in itself when at home, but on the road, it can pose new challenges. With many laws in place regarding what people can and can't bring with them on airplanes, boats, trains, people with diabetes may feel weary or discouraged from traveling too far from home.

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Reduce Diabetes Risk and Severe Obesity with Weight Loss Surgery

Aside from excessive weight an obese person struggles with other important health issues that can be deadly. Obesity gives way to many health consequences such as heart disease, sleep apnea, respiratory problems, cancer, and more. However Type 2 Diabetes, a risk factor also attributed to obesity, is one of the fastest growing diseases in America.

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Understanding Diabetes in America

Diabetes is one of the faster growing chronic illnesses in America, creating a significant health problem throughout the country. As of 2011, the CDC estimates that 26 million Americans are living with diabetes, and that another 79 million adults are prediabetic¾which means they meet some, but not all, of the diagnostic criteria for the disease.

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