The Relationship Between Stress and Diabetes

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The Relationship Between Stress and Diabetes

Did you know that more than 34 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes? Of those 34 million, 90 to 95 percent have type two diabetes.  Maybe you knew that, but did you know there is a connection between stress and diabetes? If you’re stressing out and have diabetes or prediabetes, how does that impact you?  The answer to that question is … Read More

How a Prediabetes Diet Plan Can Help You Prevent Diabetes

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Diabetes is a worldwide threat to personal health, with 34.2 million people diagnosed just in the United States, according to the CDC. Regardless of economic status or residence location, statistics show just how widespread this disease is.  The good news is, there are many things you can do in your lifestyle to prevent diabetes. A prediabetes diagnosis is one of major the … Read More

How to Manage Diabetes During the Holiday Eating Season

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Americans take a bite out of the holidays. The average American expects to gain eight pounds over the course of the holiday season. Holiday eating is dangerous for everyone, especially people living with diabetes or prediabetes. If you need to monitor your blood sugar, you have to be mindful of holiday eating habits.  What should you do before you go to holiday … Read More

Why Is It Important to Have Balanced Blood Sugar Levels?

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Most people have probably heard the term ”blood sugar” a thousand times over, but the reality is that most people don’t really know what it means.  Most of us know it’s important to have stable blood sugar levels. However, there is still a sense of mystery around what our blood sugar levels actually do for us on a daily basis.  To … Read More

What Factors Most Affect Blood Sugar Levels?

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When you have diabetes, you have to take care to check your blood sugar levels multiple times each day. You may even have to administer diabetes medication or inject insulin when you notice that your levels are too high or too low. If you are new to all of this, it can be difficult to figure out what is causing … Read More