Posts Tagged health


Nutritionist Heidi Kaufman, Strict Diets, Type 2s, And Diabetics

Are you Type I or Type 2? Type 1 diabetics are encouraged to not to lose weight, but Type 2s are often put on strict diets to help gain control over their health. In this video, nutritionist Heidi Kaufman discusses the differences in diet for each….

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Daily Diabetes Management, Higher Glucose Levels, Diabetes Video, And Health Care Provider

The Importance of Managing Type 2 Diabetes (Video) Type 2 diabetes can be scary, nerve-racking and confusing. But it is important for overall health to manage the disease well in order to avoid or at least delay the onset of complications. To get a tattoo, our second layer of skin ? the dermis ? …

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American Diabetes Association, Corn Flake, Shallow Dish, And Chicken Breasts

These delicious, low-calorie Boneless Barbecue “Wings” are the perfect appetizer or main dish. The low-sodium ingredients and use of chicken breasts makes the dish heart-healthy and diabetes-friendly – perfect for everyone to enjoy! This recipe is from our new cookbook, Diabetes & Heart Healthy Coo…

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Life Style Changes, Healthier Decisions, Various Diets, And Diabetic Life

Most diabetics can confess that sometimes it?s hard to motivate ourselves in making healthier decisions when it comes to managing our diabetes. From various diets, exercises, and life style changes, it doesn?t have to be hard. Take it from this type 1 diabetic as he shares with us five easy ways to …

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Diabetes, Diabetes Research Institute, American Diabetes Association, And Worldwide Diabetes Drug

Type 2 diabetes can be cured! There! I’ve said it. Why, in our modern society where this disease is the seventh leading cause of death, does such a statement get suppressed from the general public? Both major health entities, medical professionals and Big Pharma, fail to get the word out that with …

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Sharps, Sharps Containers, Sharps Disposal, And Safe Sharps Disposal

Every year, 7 billion sharps get thrown away in the United States. Some of that trash has been used to help keep people with diabetes healthy. The lancets and glucose sensor introducer needles that are part of blood glucose monitoring are sharps, as are the syringe, pen, and infusion set introducer …

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