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Type 2 Diabetic Snack Strategies

Eat MeYou almost certainly get a periodic between-meal snack in order to chase aside being hungry, however, did you know snack foods can be an essential part of your own glucose control program, as well? If you take oral diabetes medicines, your physician might tell you to eat smaller, more frequent meals. They could also advise you to plan regular snack foods if your blood sugar levels drop at a certain time during the day, for example, following physical exercise.

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Medical tattoos for Type 2 Diabetics

Now here is a novel idea for all of you type 1 or type 2 diabetics out there who should carry some sort of medical i.d. on their person – how about a medical i.d. tattoo?

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Real-Life Tips to Help You on Your Way to a Healthier Type 2 Diabetic Diet

If your someone you know has been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, it is important that you help them in changing their diet and exercise rituals. Support them by bringing them healthy treats, like fruit salad, instead of cakes or cookies. When you visit their house, why not go for a long walk with them?

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4 Important Untruths About Diabetes

Diabetes has always been a mystery to health experts, dating back nearly as far as history remembers. Many myths have been discovered to be not true over the years, but there are many more that the public, and many diabetics themselves, still believe to be true. In this article, we will try to dispel many of the false facts that follow diabetics and their disease around today.

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When All Other Answers Fail, Blame the Type 2 Diabetic

On one of the many support forums I belong to dealing with diabetes, there has recently been an ongoing discussion about how a diabetic got to be, well “diabetic.”

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A Diagnoses of Insulin Resistance or Pre-Diabetes is an Opportunity, Not a Death Sentence

Consider a diagnosis of insulin resistance or pre-diabetes your “mulligan” in life.

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Diabetic brain (much like mush brain)

I am in a strange mood. Not quite sure what is going on, but I feel the need to organize every little minute detail of my life. I have to be honest with you and myself – this strange need to organize, in effect to tie up loose ends worries me.

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Now You CAN Get Life Insurance Even if You Are Diabetic

There appears to be good news on the diabetic front when it comes to those who have been diagnosed with diabetes and want to attain life insurance or long-term care insurance.

As procedures improve for those who have diabetes, underwriting guidelines for insurance companies are keeping pace and adjusting to fit the needs for those who are diabetic and want to buy life insurance.

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I Call Bullsh*t on Paula Dean

She hid her diabetes diagnosis for more than three years to preserve the fortune she makes on her TV food show.

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Medications for Type 2 Diabetics : Metformin, uses and side effects

Metformin, also known as Glucophage is a drug commonly used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Metformin helps your body have an appropriate response to the insulin you produce. Though not officially approved, metformin may be used for the prevention of type 2 diabetes and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Metformin may also increase fertility and regulate the menstrual cycle in some women.

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