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Category Archives: Understanding Diabetes
When a person with Diabetes type 2 loses weight, they often see very significant improvement in their diabetic control, cholesterol and other factors. While reducing excess body fat is important, it can be very challenging. In an effort to help … Continue reading
Can you get Diabetes from eating too much sugar or too much fat? Can excess body fat cause Diabetes type 2? In an attempt to answer this question, researchers studied middle age mice on different diets and also examined the … Continue reading
People with Diabetes type I have antibodies that destroy the beta cells of the pancreas that produce insulin. C peptide is present when the pancreas is still capable of making some insulin. Some people believe C peptide by itself helps … Continue reading
Please see this article about a pancreas transplant. By reading about an individuals experience you can learn about pancreas transplants in the short run. While this patient is doing great, many patients who become insulin free and believe they are … Continue reading
Are you struggling to lose weight and find yourself craving carbohydrates? Do you work hard, function on a limited amount of sleep and gain weight? Please see the article below from the New York Times which explains how a very … Continue reading
Insulin resistance is the cause of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2. Is the insulin resistance caused by genetic endowment, the result of environment and lifestyle or is it a combination of the two? What is the mechanism of insulin resistance … Continue reading
Do you have type I diabetes and did you had challenges in school? Children spend a major portion of their waking hours in school and during this period it is necessary to monitor blood glucose and food intake, administer insulin, … Continue reading
Scientists have been aware of Diabetes for a long time and the link below describes the history of Diabetes. A member of my Facebook Mastermind group posted this slide show about the history of Diabetes. At the present time, the … Continue reading
Diabetes type I and type II is recognized as the leading cause of blindness in the United States. The risk of developing diabetic retinopathy increases with the duration of diabetes and poor control of blood sugar. The retina, which is … Continue reading
Can Diabetes cause depression, and can depression cause diabetes? While both of these diseases are quite common, a study from Washington University in Seattle reported in Psychiatric Times, states that the among people with Diabetes Type II, the prevalence of … Continue reading