Month: October 2006

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If you are diabetic, you may have a greater than normal need for certain nutrients in addition to a healthy diet. Diabetics often have less effective vitamin C metabolism than people who are not diabetic. Since insulin transports the antioxidant vitamin C into cells, you can see that impaired insulin use and production by your […]

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Diabetes is a complicated illness that requires a lot of knowledge about: how your body works, what foods and activities impact your blood glucose, and what all the various test results and numbers mean. We’ve collected some quick reference tools in the hope that they help you better understand and manage your diabetes. Software (Glucose […]

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Those with a diminished effectiveness of insulin (type-2) Type 1 diabetes Type-1 is where the cells producing insulin are damaged, so that there is a lack of insulin. Type 1 diabetes affects young people, commonly around the ages of 10 or 12, although it can occur as early as one year and as late as […]

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What do we mean by a ” diabetes cure ” (*See note at bottom of page)?  It is possible at most stages of diabetes to control your blood sugar without medication.  It is also possible for you to remain in excellent health.  The following 7 steps to a “ diabetes cure ” can help you […]