Scientific Study PROVES Diabetes can be REVERSED

diabetes_1928761c IMPORTANT NEWS! Scientific Study PROVES Diabetes can be REVERSED The study, entitled Reversal of type 2 diabetes: normalization of beta cell function in association with decrease pancreas and liver triglycerides, was conclusive. Diabetics who made a dramatic change in their diets were able to reverse most features of their diabetes within one week and all [...] Continue reading →

Three Natural Remedies For Restless Leg Syndrome

Can-magnesium-help-restless-leg-syndrome Restless leg syndrome causes can be attributed to several factors, from iron and potassium deficiencies, to the use of certain medications and preexisting medical conditions such as diabetes or alcoholism. However, if you suffer from restless leg syndrome, it’s important to remember that your situation can be drastically improved holistically and without dependence on medication. [...] Continue reading →

New Treatment Trends for Diabetes

FE49A2A0-8D97-424D-A2AD-BB8F0DE3E978_w640_r1_s_cx0_cy3_cw0 Trends are changing Before, when you are diagnosed with diabetes, it was synonymous to loss of limbs, total loss of vision or blindness, kidney failure, and worst, early death. But now, this is no longer the case. Because of the trends in modern technology and advances in the medical field through research, many people with [...] Continue reading →

Keeping Diabetes Under Control

It is important to keep diabetes under control to avoid problems occurring which have long lasting effects. Dealing with diabetes can be challenging, but some of the complications this condition causes such as renal and cardiovascular disease, eye deterioration and problems with peripheral blood vessels can be much worse. If you suffer from Diabetes then [...] Continue reading →

Special Report from Diabetes INSIDER

Diabetes-is-killing-one-patient-every-six-seconds Diabetes is not a disease about not having enough “insulin” — but a disease of the organ that produces insulin… Diabetes is merely a “symptom” of a damaged pancreas that simply is too damaged to produce the insulin your body needs to regulate the levels of sugar in your blood! Your pancreas can become compromised [...] Continue reading →

Cultural Sensitivity and Diabetes Education

Diabetes in the United States is a serious public health problem that disproportionately affects African Americans, Hispanics, Asian and Pacific Islanders, American Indians, and Alaskan Natives.1 By the year 2050, the Asian population is estimated to increase by 212.9%, the Hispanics by 187.9%, and African Americans by 71.3%, in comparison to 32.4% growth in whites.2 [...] Continue reading →

Diabetes Inpatient Management

Diabetes self-management education has become widely recognized as an important component of patient care, recovery, and cost in the hospital setting.1-4 The 2010 AADE National Practice Survey reported that 15% of diabetes educators work in hospital inpatient services.5 In 2006, several organizations, including the AADE, issued a joint position statement outlining strategies for improving inpatient [...] Continue reading →

Think Whole Wheat is Healthy? Think Again!

Discovering that you are pre-diabetic or that you have type 2 diabetes, usually leads to you not eating sweets and sugar anymore. Soda, candies and chocolates become a thing of the past given that the sugar from these foods can only make things worse for your health. But it is not only these types of [...] Continue reading →

Peripheral Neuropathy: The New American Epidemic

by Dr. Randall C. Labrum Numbness. Prickling. Tingling. Burning. Debilitating pain in the feet, toes, and lower legs. Or in the hands, fingers and lower arms. Or both. These are the most common symptoms of Peripheral Neuropathy, a vexing disorder brought on by damage to the peripheral nervous system which today affects tens of millions [...] Continue reading →