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Tag Archives: cholesterol
Did you wonder if body weight by itself is a risk factor for Heart Attacks and Strokes? It is well known that Diabetes Mellitus Type I, Diabetes Mellitus Type II, especially when poorly controlled, as well as high Cholesterol and … Continue reading
Are you waiting for the perfect drug to help control your diabetes, improve your blood pressure or cholesterol? While new drugs and scientific advances are coming out every day, lets not forget the basics–good diet and exercise. Many people shy … Continue reading
The latest version of the inquisitor, has an article that says, the eating habits of teenagers is putting this young population at risk for disease of the large arteries or atherosclerosis. This will increase their risk for heart attacks, strokes, … Continue reading
Many people with Diabetes recognize that lowering carbohydrate will lead to an increase in fats. Do you think all fats are bad for you? Dan Roman, from Health E solutions posted a great article about the different types of fats. … Continue reading
Do you avoid eggs because of the cholesterol in the yolks? Should eggs be part of a diabetic meal plan, and should they be eaten as part of a diabetic breakfast? Eggs used to be considered a great source of … Continue reading
It is common knowledge that there is an obesity epidemic in the United States. It is also common knowledge that multiple health problems, including diabetes, are direct results of obesity. Annual expenses in this country directly resulting from the rampant … Continue reading
People with Diabetes are always wondering how they can improve their health and lower their risks for diabetes complications. I invite you to go to the link below which has great tips about cholesterol, describes the benefit of omega 3s … Continue reading