• Artificial Sweetener
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       Also known as sugar substitute are compounds that offer the sweetness of sugar without so many calories. They are many times sweeter than sugar and as such contain fewer calories. Artificial sweeteners serve a definite purpose in weight loss and diabetes but there are questions as to whether they are totally safe for long-term […]

  • How to travel with diabetes
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    Diabetes is a disease that needs constant monitoring. Either the patient himself or his companion has to be ultra cautious about managing the disease condition. In a slightly longish journey, it is advisable to carry a kit bag containing – i) a glucometer to check the sugar content in blood intermittently. ii) a lump of […]

  • Life threatening conditions of Diabetes
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    Diabetes, often known as the silent killer, remains undetected in many cases, for a considerably long time. If not detected in the early stages it can affect heart, blood vessels, nerves, eye, skin, gum and kidney. Controlling your blood sugar level in time can help advancement of these disorders. In the early stages, the discomforts […]

  • Can Coffee or Green Tea reduce the risk of Diabetes?
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    Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. The cause of diabetes continues to be a mystery, although both genetics and environmental factors such as obesity and lack […]

  • Sugar has harmful influence on our body and mind
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    Just at the end of a meal we eagerly look out for some sweet and sumptuous desert, all sugary and yummy! But how many of us know that of all the food consumed today; refined sugar is considered to be one of the most poisonous and harmful food that is ruining your health. Those who […]

  • What is Diabetes?
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    Diabetes is a disease in which the patient has an increased amount of glucose or sugar in his or her blood. This in general, is a chronic condition and can happen either because insulin production in the Pancreas is inadequate or because the body’s cells do not respond sufficiently to insulin. Insulin is a hormone, […]