While physical activity has been shown to improve overall health, a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that structured exercise training and education programs may be particularly beneficial for individuals who have type 2 diabetes.
Although many loved ones mean well when they insist that their friends or family members who have type 2 diabetes improve their eating and exercise habits, these requests may sometimes be met with a negative response or refusal.
Having type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes means that there is a rather long list of health-related daily tasks that one must remember, which includes taking insulin injections, eating frequently throughout the day and monitoring blood sugar levels.
After a recent report indicated that more Native Americans in Montana have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes than ever before, members of the tribal communities are attempting to spread awareness about the disease, according to a recent article published by KXLH 9 News.
At the recent 8th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Exhibition & Conference, medical experts discussed a lesser-known reason why proper diabetes management is important for people with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Good care can help patients avoid vocal cord paralysis, they said.
While some mothers-to-be start planning their post-pregnancy workout regimens months before their due dates, others may find themselves succumbing to ice cream cravings - they're going to gain weight either way, right?
Pragya Narang, a woman with type 2 diabetes, recently watched as her family members indulged in a high-fat celebratory dinner, while she sat consciously counting the carbohydrates in everything that she planned to eat.
After some time, many diets become repetitive and individuals struggle to adhere to their monotonous eating regimens, which may put people who have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes at risk for unhealthy changes in blood sugar levels.
Diabetes is a serious disease requiring professional medical attention. The information and recipes on this site, although as accurate and timely as feasibly possible, should not be considered as medical advice, nor as a substitute for the same. All recipes and menus are provided with the implied understanding that directions for exchange sizes will be strictly adhered to, and that blood glucose levels can be affected by not following individualized dietary guidelines as directed by your physician and/or health-care-team.