June 2019

Type 2 Diabetes – Is Exposure to Flame-Retardant Chemicals During Pregnancy a Problem?

In June of 2018, the journal Environment International reported on a study showing a link between polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), molecules used as flame retardants, and Gestational diabetes. Investigators at Nanchang University and several other research institutions in China compared 439 pregnant women over a two-year period. They measured the women's PBDE blood levels during […]

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#Diabetic #neuropathy explained

This video explains the main types of diabetic neuropathies and their causes. For a summary page of all the information, please see my WordPress site by … source

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Diabetic Cat Food – How You Can Reduce the Need For Insulin

It is now generally accepted that human diabetes is an immune disorder. There seems no reason to suppose that feline diabetes is any different. This particular immune disorder has the form of failure of the pancreas to produce insulin. An immune system brakes down because of the burden put upon it, mostly a chemical burden. […]

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Home Remedies for Neuropathy | Nerve Pain | Nerves Numbness | Diabetic Neuropathy | Treatment | Tips

Best treatment given in this video will help you to reduce chronic neuropathic pain by making nerves less sensitive to pain messages. Water aerobics, simple … source

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Foods to Include in a Diabetic Diet

It’s easy to say what a diabetic shouldn’t eat: sugars, simple carbohydrates, alcoholic beverages. Sometimes it seems that all the tasty foods are forbidden – pizza, donuts, cake, ice cream, brownies, etc. Is a diabetic doomed to a diet of broccoli and broiled fish? Not at all. For the most part, people can eat normal […]

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Diabetes, Nerve Pain, and Medication

Diabetic nerve pain can be tough to manage. Find out how to do it safely. Learn more: https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/managing/problems.html Comments on this … source

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Diabetes and Diet – A Detailed Study

Diabetes is a medical condition where your body is unable to transfer sugar to the sugar storage sites such as liver and muscles. Sugar in the food we eat typically passes from the stomach to the intestines. They are then broken into very minute form of sugar called glucose. There are two types of diabetes […]

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Foot problems common among diabetics

More than half of all lower limb amputations done in the U.S. each year are related to complications from diabetes. That’s why experts with the University of … source

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Using a Diabetic Blood Sugar Level Chart – How to Know If You’re in a Normal Range

If you have diabetes, knowing what your blood sugar/glucose level is at is extremely important to your health. Monitoring your levels several times a day using a diabetes blood sugar level chart and meter is crucial. For most people, the body normally adjusts glucose levels in the body. When you’re diabetic, however, depending on whether […]

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Peripheral Neuropathy

http://www.nucleushealth.com/ – This 3D medical animation on peripheral neuropathy describes the anatomy and physiology of peripheral nerves. It shows the … source

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