Replace soda with water to fight diabetes

Replace soda with water to fight diabetes

The Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge, UK found that for every 5% increase in daily energy intake that is provided by sweet drinks, such as soft drinks and artificially sweetened beverages, the risk of type 2 diabetes could increase by up to 18%. The study adds further important evidence to the recommendation from the World Health Organization to limit the intake of free sugars in our diet. Substantial observational evidence…

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Monitor Your Diabetes

Monitor Your Diabetes

Diabetes patient has problem in their health. They need to monitor their diabetes to prevent become worst. Check Your Blood Glucose Levels – Checking and recording your blood glucose levels can help you monitor and better manage your diabetes. If your blood has too much or too little glucose, you may need a change in your healthy eating plan, physical activity plan, or medicines. | How to managing diabetes | A member of your health…

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Diabetes Technology to an artificial Pancreas

Diabetes Technology to an artificial Pancreas

There’s news that person who uses insulin to manage diabetes get the replacement for their malfunctioning pancreas. The U.S Food and Drug Administration approved a mobile app-based system that can monitor a person”s sugar levels remotely. Parents can monitor a child’s sugar while she or he is in school providing greater peace of mind. The technology is the latest step in an evolution aimed at letting people manage diabetes without the burden of calibrating insulin…

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How to managing diabetes

How to managing diabetes

Diabetes is one of common problem worldwide. It is often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus. A group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose. Patients with high blood sugar will typically experience frequent urination and become increasingly thirsty and hungry. Managing diabetes Diabetes can be treated and managed by healthful eating, regular physical activity and medications to lower blood glucose levels. Another critical part of diabetes management is reducing…

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