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Five foods for Diabetes diet
Diabetes is one of the most common and largely expanding disease in world especially Pakistan. Diabetic patients have very limited choice in regards for food. Furthermore, diabetics have weak immunity due to which they are more prone to diseases.
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Healthy Diet After Gestational Diabetes Cuts Hypertension Risk
ROCKVILLE, MD — In a large study of women who had gestational diabetes, those who had the healthiest diets were about 20% to 30% less likely to develop hypertension than those who had the worst diets, after adjustment for multiple variables.
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Diet that can help you avoid or even reverse Type 2 diabetes revealed

Diet that can help you avoid or even reverse Type 2 diabetes revealed
Today, I'll outline suggested menu plans for the first week (created by leading dietitian Dr Sarah Schenker). But if you are to stick to the diet, it's important that you understand the thinking behind it, so I want to explain a key feature that is
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This new diet has been proven to reverse type 2 diabetes in just 12 weeks
Millions of Brits who suffer from type 2 diabetes have been offered "real hope" after a new diet was proven to reverse the disease in just 12 weeks. The diet works by actively reducing the build-up of fat in the pancreas, which can prevent the organ
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Rob Kardashian could beat diabetes with diet and exercise, experts say
Life has gotten all too real for reality show star Rob Kardashian, who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. But he's not alone. As one of about 27 million people in the U.S. suffering with the disease, if he keeps up with diet and exercise, he
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Type 2 diabetes can be cured through weight loss, Newcastle University finds

Type 2 diabetes can be cured through weight loss, Newcastle University finds
“For people with Type 2 diabetes, losing weight allows them to drain excess fat out of the pancreas and allows function to return to normal,” said Professor Roy Taylor, of Newcastle University who also works within the Newcastle Hospitals. “So if you
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Why does health and fitness tracking lead to success for some and failure for
I recently spent two weeks tracking my calorie intake, calorie burn, exercise and pretty much every aspect of my lifestyle for a fortnight. What was more surprising than my own personal experience was seeing how others reacted. From just a few social
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High-Fiber Foods Found to Cut Diabetes Risk

High-Fiber Foods Found to Cut Diabetes Risk
Those with the highest amount of fiber in their diet (more than 26 grams a day) were 18 percent less likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those with the lowest fiber intake (less than 19 grams a day), even after Aune's team accounted for other
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Scientists eye how foods affect bacteria in your colon
A small 2014 study swapped out the low-fat, high-fiber diet of 20 rural Africans in South Africa for meats and fried foods; on the flip side, researchers switched the high-fat low-fiber diet of 20 African Americans in Pittsburgh for a typical African
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Texas Bariatric Specialists is Ecstatic to Announce that a Gastric Bypass Surgery Performed by Dr. Nilesh Patel Cures Man of Diabetes Symptoms {twittertitle}{linksharetitle}{shareasaletitle}

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

Dr. Nilesh A. Patel of Texas Bariatric Specialists (TBS) announced today that patient, David Cruz, has achieved his ultimate goal of becoming a healthier version of himself. Gastric Bypass Surgery has rid him of all diabetes and high blood pressure symptoms with the assurance of keeping his health for the sake of not only himself, but his parents.

David Cruz?s struggle with weight started when he was diagnosed with severe asthma at age 5. Even though he always tried to stay active by participating in football and basketball, he was still overweight. Once it was time for David to go to college, he started gaining weight rapidly because he didn?t have family or friends around to tell him that what he was putting into his body was not good for his health. He wasn?t a big breakfast person nor cooked his own food, so he would go all day without eating and then binge on junk food at night.

The constant binge-eating lead to David being diagnosed with type II diabetes and high blood pressure. At the young age of 21, he was put on the highest dosage of medicine for his conditions and began having problems with his pancreas. At this point, David was scared. ?There is no reason why I should be this unhealthy,? he said, ?I don?t want to not be able to take care of myself.? On top of this scare was the thought of his parents? rough medical history. Thinking about his Dad?s diabetes and high blood pressure and his Mom?s muscle disease, David started looking up ways to cure his own diabetes and weight loss surgery came up as an option. ?I have to make sure I am healthy for my parents,? David said.

Before making the decision to find himself a weight loss surgeon, David tried many alternative methods to losing the weight including the Adkins Diet, various weight-loss pills, and eating a lot of salads. Nothing was beneficial. He only succeeded in rubber-banding back and forth and gaining more weight. At this point, David knew it was time to do something more.

He researched a few weight loss surgeons and attended a few seminars before stumbling upon Dr. Patel?s team at Texas Bariatric Specialists (TBS). David saw Dr. Patel?s great track record with all the work he has done and thoroughly enjoyed his experience attending one of the TBS weight loss seminars. He felt comfortable with the staff and knew that the path to Gastric Bypass Surgery was his next step.

After the surgery, David felt immediately different. He was so full of energy that he had to ask Dr. Patel the soonest he could start running before he even left the hospital! Once he was able to start working out, David lost the weight really fast. In the first 6 months, he lost 70 lbs. and had a whole new routine. He incorporated a lot of protein bars and shakes into his diet, cut out all sodas, and didn?t eat anything with added sugar.

The biggest benefit of David?s Gastric Bypass Surgery was that he never had to take medication for either of his conditions again. His diabetes and high blood pressure had subsided and he was healthy. ?I don?t know why they don?t recommend weight loss surgery instead of insulin at the Diabetes clinic,? David exclaims.

As his confidence continues to soar, David concludes with this point, ?The goal in life is to be healthy. Physical appearance is just a bonus. People need to look at weight loss from a point of view other than vanity. I mean, who doesn?t want to be healthy?!?

About Texas Bariatric Specialists

Founded by Dr. Nilesh A. Patel, MD, a nationally recognized and fellowship-trained bariatric surgeon, Texas Bariatric Specialists (TBS) is a holistic weight loss practice focused on delivering long-term weight loss solutions for patients. Dr. Patel specializes in surgical weight loss procedures including Lap Band, Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Band, and the revision of failed weight loss surgery, which have resulted in over 2,500 surgeries exceeding the national average of successful weight loss management. With a commitment to surgical expertise, compassionate care and exemplary preoperative and postsurgical consultative services, Dr. Patel and his staff at Texas Bariatric Specialists ensure successful weight loss management for their patients through long-term relationships to support good health. Offices are located across major cities throughout Texas including San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi, New Braunfels, Seguin, Boerne, Kileen, Temple, Del Rio and Laredo. For more information, or to book a free informational seminar, please visit http://www.texasbariatricspecialists.com.

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Diabetes, Cholesterol, Blood Pressure..Oh My

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 19, 2014

The last couple of decades tell a ?good news, bad news? story about diabetes. That?s the disease that makes it tough for your body to control blood sugar.

Here?s a snapshot:

In the last 20 years, the number of adults with diabetes has more than tripled. Nearly one in 10 now has the disease. That?s certainly not good news. But there are some bright spots in recent reports. In general, control of blood sugar has improved and rates of serious complications from diabetes have declined a great deal.

If someone is at risk for diabetes or already has it, consider these three questions:

1. Are you making good lifestyle choices?

Where people haven?t made progress, lifestyle has a lot to do with it. For example, it?s no secret that the obesity epidemic is growing, right along with the diabetes epidemic.

Think about the lifestyle choices you make. Yes, everyone has heard it all before, but it still holds true: Make healthy food choices?and understand diabetes meal planning. Exercise 30 to 60 minutes most days of the week. Move to or stay at a healthy weight. And manage stress to the best of one’s ability.

2. The ABC’s of Diabetes?

Knowing one’s numbers is also a big piece of the diabetes story, especially if at risk for or have high blood pressure or high cholesterol. High blood pressure is when blood moves through the vessels with too much force. Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that Nothing herein constitutes medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or is a substitute for professional advice. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other medical professional if you have questions or can cause plaque buildup in arteries. Combined, these three give a heart and blood vessels a triple whammy.

These are the diabetes ABCs:

A is for the A1C test. That?s the test that shows what one’s blood sugar levels have been the past three months. In most cases, aiming for the numbers below is a great goal.

B is for blood pressure. A great goal is below 140/80. The top number measures pressure in vessels as a heart beats. The bottom number measures pressure when vessels relax between beats.

C is for cholesterol. Consult a doctor or sign up for a free consultation at the end in order to determine these numbers.

3. Mange Medications

If diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, insulin is a must. Some people with type 2 diabetes need pills and/or insulin to meet target blood glucose levels. Although lifestyle is a first line of defense, cholesterol medications such as statins can help control cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, there are many classes of drugs to keep this silent killer at bay.

It may not be easy keeping track of all this, especially if someone has been prescribed multiple medications.

That?s what Rx Care Pharmacy is here for. Let our experts explain how each drug works, what side effects to watch for, and ensure the medication is being taken properly.

Let us know your diabetes story and how we can help? Together, let?s make sure it has a happier ending.

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Diabetes Protocol Review Exposes Kenneth Pullman?s Natural Way to Reverse Diabetes

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) September 30, 2014

Daily Gossip reveals that this is an exceptional guide that promises to help patients get rid of the disease. The guide teaches sufferers how to develop healthy habits and live a healthy lifestyle.

The new program claims to eliminate all the myths and misconceptions related to diabetes.

The Diabetes Protocol program review indicates that the program is not only focused on relieving diabetes, but also on curing it forever and enhancing overall health.

In fact, chemicals can be toxic and harmful for the body. And they do not address the real cause of diabetes, which means that they cannot provide a permanent cure.

The Diabetes Protocol promises to teach sufferers how to care for their body in order to help the immune system fight against this health issue.

Those wishing to purchase the Diabetes Protocol program, or for more information, click here.

Moreover, the Diabetes Protocol review indicates that the system shows users exactly where toxins are hiding in regular food. This will help them easily hold the best diet for diabetes.

Daily Gossip writes in its review that people who have tried this method were able to learn a lot of things about immunity and health, too.

According to the magazine the Diabetes Protocol is an insightful guide for people suffering from diabetes. The information presented in this eBook will surely impress all users, as it presents powerful facts about diet and lifestyle.

The tips, techniques and recommendations made in this guide are easy to understand and really simple. Daily Gossip indicates in its review that the magazine analyzed a series of client testimonials and discovered that the guide is extremely effective, patients being thrilled with its results.