Which Foods Lower Blood Sugar Levels in Diabetes?

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It is always important in diabetes to eat the right foods for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Eating healthy carbohydrates, foods with high fiber, and healthy fats can help you prevent blood sugar spikes. But eating high carbohydrate foods containing more sugar can make it very difficult for you to control your diabetes.

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Include These 5 Cholesterol Lowering Foods In Your Daily Diet

You know that high cholesterol is harmful to your health, and it can lead to various diseases and making yourselves more prone to heart attacks, the most disastrous one. To avoid such a risk, you must stop consuming fatty foods as they are one of the main reasons for having high cholesterol in your bodies. It is also necessary to check and control cholesterol in diabetes.

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5 Easy Ways To Make Up For Vitamin-D Deficiency In Diabetics

vitamin d deficiencyVitamin-D considers as an essential nutrient for the proper functioning of our body. We also call Vitamin-D as the sunshine vitamin because it also produces in our body with the help of ultraviolet rays from the sunlight. Vitamin-D helps our body in cell growth, muscle functions, fighting infections, and reducing inflammation. It also helps in protecting the vital organs like the heart, kidneys, lungs, and liver.

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Increase Your Immunity During This Pandemic Time

Prevention of the coronavirus is currently only possible with precautions. As we all know the coronavirus is caused by touching small drops of respiratory droplets and objects contaminated with the virus from the cough or sneeze of an infected person. When a person is infected with the coronavirus, he or she develops symptoms such as fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing. There is still no cure for the disease and no vaccine can yet prevent it.

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How Diabetes And Other Lifestyle Diseases Take A Toll On Your Mental Health

Diabetes takes a toll on mental healthDiabetes particularly Type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and obesity are categorized as chronic lifestyle diseases which means these diseases are long-standing conditions. Hello friends, in today’s article, I’ll discuss how diabetes and other lifestyle diseases take a toll on your mental health and what is the first psychological issue you might have to carry all the time.

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This Bone Broth Recipe Is A Killer In Curing My Diabetes

Bone Broth RecipeYes, that’s right. The bone broth recipe that I’m going to share with you today is the one that has played a vital role in curing my diabetes. My blood glucose level has controlled dramatically after using this recipe. That’s why I said this bone broth recipe is a killer in curing my diabetes.

It’s almost six months now; I’m continuously drinking this bone broth on alternate nights, and

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Your Type 2 Diabetes Management Guideline

managing your type 2 diabetesThe goals of my Type 2 diabetes management guideline are to control your blood glucose levels and to screen and treat its related conditions such as high blood pressure, lipid abnormalities, high cholesterol, and other complications of diabetes. This means that you will need to learn how to monitor your blood glucose levels, and you will also have more frequent

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Diabetics Must Do Comprehensive Dilated Eye Examination Once A Year

As a diabetic, you already know that in diabetes your body is unable to use and store glucose to perform various bodily functions properly. As a result, this glucose, a form of sugar, accumulates in your bloodstream and causes your blood sugar levels to rise to higher than normal levels.

This can cause many complications throughout the body, especially in the eyes.

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