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Tag Archives: Weight Loss
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
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
Parents of teenagers with Diabetes Type I as well as the teenagers themselves should be aware of Diabulimia in which the teen with Diabetes will stop taking insulin in order to experience one of the symptoms of uncontrolled Diabetes, … Continue reading
Were you advised to lose weight to better manage type 2 Diabetes or for Diabetes prevention? Do you find visits with your physician to be frustrating ? After the landmark DPP trial which demonstrated that modest weight loss produced a … Continue reading
Did you see the Dr. Oz Show about Raspberry Ketones? Do you believe it is a fat burner in a bottle and feel compelled to rush out and buy some? Gayle Nicholas Scott, PharmD wrote an excellent summary about the … Continue reading
Do you walk to get exercise, and check your sugars afterwards? A study done in Berlin Germany and reported at the European Association for the study of Diabetes (described in Medscape) shows the way you walk matters. In a study … Continue reading
If you knew you were at high risk of developing Diabetes type 2, would you change your diet, exercise, and do anything you could to lower that risk? A study at MGH shows how motivation is lagging behind technology. People … Continue reading
Before people develop type 2 diabetes, they almost always have “prediabetes” — blood glucose levels that are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Recent research has shown that some long-term damage to the … Continue reading
Do you think people who are thin when they are originally diagnosed with Diabetes have an advantage? A study in the August 8th edition of JAMA says NO! When comparing mortality rates among normal weight and overweight individuals originally diagnosed … Continue reading
Do you want to significantly lower your risk of developing developing Diabetes type 2. This study shows that women over 50 can do just that. Many studies were focused on statistics comparing the incidence of developing Diabetes among different racial … Continue reading