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Questions you should ask your diabetes specialist

The credentials of the diabetic specialist chosen by you will go a long way in influencing your quality of life – of course, after you have been diagnosed with diabetes. You cannot walk into a specialist’s office just like that – simply because there is no room for rushed decisions in these cases. Let us […]

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All you need to know about diabetes and its symptoms

Diabetes doesn’t really come without a sign. You might have just been diagnosed with diabetes. The post-diagnosis period might as well be followed by confusions – whereby you are completely unable to figure out how it happened, when it happened and why you couldn’t “see” it coming! What are the “minor” symptoms that you shouldn’t […]

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Fight diabetes with the right diet and exercises

Are you a patient of Diabetes Mellitus? Life is difficult for diabetic patients. There is constant pressure from your loved ones to refrain from your favorite desserts and from anything laced from sugar. Plus, there are various associated complications related to mouth, skin, hypertension etc to deal with. However, resorting to a few measures does […]

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Diabetes Management: Mistakes You Can Avoid

Look up the internet and you will probably come to know that there are millions across the globe affected by diabetes. If the figures are scary then be prepared to be scared even more by what’s coming up next. We all know that diabetes management is not an uphill task. You can follow a few […]

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Ways in which you can lower risk of diabetes

Diabetes is definitely a serious disease which requires the patient to adopt effective management measures. From diet to exercises to medicines – a diabetic has to implement serious lifestyle changes in order to keep the sugar levels under control. If, unfortunately, like the millions across the globe, you’re also diagnosed with diabetes then it would […]

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Exercise recommendations for Type 2 Diabetes

Exercise and physical activity are the two main pillars for maintaining control in type 2 DM. According to the American Diabetes Association, people with diabetes should be advised to perform at least 150 min/week of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity (50–70% of maximum heart rate) and if no contraindications, resistance training three times per week should […]

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Sports nutrition in Diabetics

Like anything else, sports and athletics are no bar to athletes with diabetes. Exercise has been recommended as a therapeutic tool for diabetics and people with the risk of diabetes. According to the American diabetes Association, there has been an increase in understanding on the concept of nutrition and sports. It is now easier to […]

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How to prevent Diabetes when you are in your 30s ?

It has been a curious question among people with diabetes if they could have done something to prevent getting diabetes or could have been effected by a less severe form of diabetes. In many cases, the answer is yes. Lifestyle choices that are implemented in 20’s and 30’s help us to slow the progression of […]

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What are the symptoms of gestational Diabetes Mellitus?

Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is defined as glucose intolerance that begins or is first detected during pregnancy. The detection of gestational diabetes is important because of its associated maternal and fetal complications. According to the ADA guidelines, patients should be screened for risk factors for gestational diabetes during pregnancy at their initial visit Gestational diabetes […]

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