Type 2 Diabetes Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26
6 Top Diet Resources for Diabetes
Diabetes Meal Planning, diabetes cook books, diabetes dining out tips, diabetes guide for healthy eating, diabetes easy recipes.
Tips for Diabetics about Sandwich Nutrition
Diabetics can eat sandwiches as long as the fats and carbs are within the guidelines. Here are tips for navigating the sandwich line when you have type 2 diabetes.
Tips for Tight Glucose Control During Pregnancy
Whether you have gestational diabetes or preexisting diabetes during pregnancy, the key to lowering risks is to control your blood sugar levels.
Thiazolidinediones - Medication for Type 2 Diabetes
Thiazolidinediones are oral medications that help lower blood sugar in type 2 diabetes. Learn about their use, side effects and safety warnings.
There is a Cure for Diabetes by Gabriel Cousens - Book Review
Book review of There is a Cure for Diabetes by Gabriel Cousens. Is there really a cure for diabetes?
The Somogyi Effect - Rebound Hyperglycemia
The Somogyi effect is seen when a person with diabetes has high blood glucose levels in the morning following a hypoglycemia episode overnight.
The Threat of MRSA in Diabetic Foot Ulcers
The ulcers and open sores that can occur in a person with diabetes and foot ulcers can put you at risk for contracting MRSA.
Keep Your Insulin and Test Strips Safe from Heat
Extreme heat can cause test strips and insulin to go bad. Learn how to safely store your insulin and test strips to prevent heat damage.
Jack LaLanne Quotes and Diabetes
Some well-known Jack LaLannne quotes that pertain to diabetes and how to make them work for you.
Blood Sugar Lowering Effects of Ginseng
Ginseng is said to treat a wide variety of ailments -- and recently ginseng has been investigated as a treatment to lower blood sugar levels.
Insulin: Who Needs It and Who Doesn't?
People with type 1 diabetes require supplemental insulin but less than one-third of people with type 2 need it. They may need it if their A1c is high.
The Insulin-Resistance Diet - Book Review
Review of The Insulin-Resistance Diet book. This book is one of the best-selling diabetes diet books, with valuable and clear information.
Hypoglycemia in Pregnancy
Hypoglycemia in pregnancy is a concern for pregnant women who have either preexisting diabetes or gestational diabetes.
Hyperinsulinemia Is Associated With Type 2 Diabetes
Hyperinsulinemia alone is not Type 2 diabetes, but it is associated with diabetes. Find out all you need to know about this condition.
Blood Sugar Monitoring Can Help Manage Hyperglycemia
How do you know if your blood sugars are high. How to detect hyperglycemia and manage high blood sugar when you have type 2 diabetes.
How to Safely Dispose of Sharps, aka, Needles
Using sharps, such as lancets, pen needles or syringes to manage your diabetes? Learn how to dispose of them safely to prevent disease and injury.
How to Reduce Preexisting Diabetes in Pregnancy Risks
Preexisting diabetes in pregnancy causes higher risks for complications. Learn what you can do to lower your risks.
Sulfonylureas for Type 2 Diabetes
Sulfonylureas are oral medications that help lower blood sugar in patients with type 2 diabetes.
How to Stick to Your Goals for the Thanksgiving Holiday
The three key strategies to staying on track for the thanksgiving holiday is being: realistic, committed and prepared.
How to Prevent,Treat, and Confirm Low Blood Sugar
Know the symptoms of low blood sugar and what you can do to prevent and treat it.
Step Out and Walk for Diabetes
If you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes you can get local support and help raise money for a cure by walking at a Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes event.
How to Help People with Diabetes
A guide on how to help people with diabetes who are having challenges with type 2 diabetes management or who are newly diagnosed.
Soluble and Insoluble Fiber: What You Need to Know
Soluble and insoluble fiber are the two main types of fiber. Each has unique health benefits. Learn what they are and how to get them in your diet.
5 Simple Tips To Help You Manage Your Diabetes Medicine
Forgetting to take your diabetes medicines can be very dangerous. Establishing a routine is important. Learn tricks and tools to help you remember.
How Insulin Works in the Body - Normal and Impaired
Learn the basic mechanics of how insulin is supposed to work and what happens when the body is resistant to it. Page 2.
How Insulin Works in the Body
Learn the basic mechanics of how insulin is supposed to work and what happens when the body is resistant to it.
How a Diabetes Food Diary Can Help You
Do you know what a diabetes food diary is? Do you know how it can help you? Learn how a diabetes food diary can help perfect your diabetes management.
Sample Diabetic-Friendly 2000-Calorie Meal Plan
This diabetic-friendly sample meal plan is for a 2000-calorie diet. It includes low-carb pancakes, tuna and walnut salad, Thai Curry Chicken and more.
Health Benefits of Walking: Prevent Diabetes
Walking has a lot of health benefits, but what if walking every day could help stop the progression to diabetes and reverse metabolic syndrome? In studies, regular walking has been shown to lower blood pressure, help regulate blood sugar levels, and aid in weight loss.
Recommended Blood Glucose Levels for Diabetes
Depending on where you look, recommended blood glucose levels can vary for people with diabetes. How do you know which to follow? Here are some general guidelines, but ask your healthcare provider which goals are best for you.
Halloween Candy Carbohydrate Counts for People with Diabetes
If you are going to eat a sweet treat on Halloween it's important to know the carbohydrate count so that you can keep your diabetes in check.
Glycemic Index Chart for Common Foods
Perhaps you've heard of the glycemic index or glycemic diet. When you have type 2 diabetes, the name of the game is eating foods that don't spike your blood sugar. Counting carbs is one way to keep good control of your numbers. Knowing the glycemic index of the carbs you eat can help you fine tune your meals even more to keep your blood glucose closer to a normal range
Quick Facts to Know About Eating and Diabetes
What are the recommended amounts of carbohydrates, proteins and fats for balanced diabetes meals and snacks? Why is the glycemic index important?
Glaucoma and Diabetes: How You Can Protect Your Eyes
People with diabetes are 40% more likely to develop eye disease. Early detection can prevent serious damage to the eye.
Gangrene and Diabetes
Gangrene is a condition where tissues die and decay due to loss of blood supply or infection. Diabetes increases the risks of developing it.
Are Apples Good for Diabetics?
Apples are a healthy food for everyone, especially diabetics. Find out about research on apples and diabetes, plus get great apple recipes.
How to Organize Your Refrigerator and Prevent Food Spoilage
Having an organized refrigerator and freezer is key for eating a healthy diet. Learn how to get organized, prevent food spoilage and get stocked.
Five Tips for Easy Blood Sugar Monitoring
Five tips for easy blood glucose monitoring. Learn how to test your blood sugars with ease and without pain.
5 Best Apps for Managing Type 2 Diabetes
These apps can help you to log blood sugars, plan recipes, manage weight, and count carbohydrate.
Alternative Natural Sweeteners for Diabetes
Looking for a natural sweetener for diabetes nutrition planning? Alternative sweeteners can help you do that, but what if you are concerned about eating artificial ingredients?
Benfotiamine and Treating Diabetic Complications
Benfotiamine is a fat-soluble form of vitamin B1. In clinical trials, it has been shown to be effective in reversing the damage caused by high blood sugar in the cells.
Sample 1800-Calorie Diabetic Meal Plan
This 1800-calorie diabetic meal plan provides 3 nutritionally balanced meals and one evening snack idea, totaling 1800 calories (approximately 500 per meal and 300 for the snack), 206g Carbohydrate (49% of Calories), 112g Protein (27% of Calories), and 46g Fat (25% of Calories).
High Morning Glucose and Dawn Phenomenon
The dawn phenomenon causes a rise in blood glucose levels early in the morning before you wake up. During the night, hormones may be released that trigger the liver to release glucose.
5 Tips on How to Stop Binge Eating at Night
Late night eating or overeating is a hard habit to break. Learn how to change this behavior to lose weight and control your blood sugar.
Organize Your Life and Diabetes During Holiday Season
From Halloween to New Year's there is too much to do, learn how to organize your life and your diabetes to prevent burnout, weight gain and stress.
Blood Sugar and Pregnancy with Pre-existing Diabetes
In preexisting diabetes and pregnancy, tight blood sugar control is vital. Learn about blood sugar and pregnancy.
Simple vs Complex Carbohydrates
If you have type 2 diabetes, you know that carbohydrates matter for blood sugar. Find out the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates.
4 Reasons Why People with Diabetes Should Avoid Meal Skipping
Meal skipping is not the answer for weight loss or blood sugar control in people with diabetes.
What Does Postprandial Mean?
What Does Preprandial Mean?
Gastroparesis Diet - What You Can and Shouldn't Eat
Gastroparesis and diabetes - the importance of nutrition in the management of gastroparesis; nutrition and it's impact on blood sugars.
Insulin Action Reference Chart - How they Differ
Doctors may prescribe several different types of insulin. This chart will help you understand how the various insulin medications work.
How Many Carbs Are Right For Me - Managing Diabetes
The amount of carbohydrate you should eat daily is individualized. Determine your intake with your healthcare provider. Get started with these basics.
Honey or Sugar: Which Is Better for Diabetes?
There are lots of opinions out there about the differences between honey and sugar. Read up on which is better if you have diabetes.
Diabetic Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic Coma
Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar nonketotic coma (HHNKC) is an extremely serious complication of type 2 diabetes, most often occurring in those who are non-insulin dependent. HHNKC is caused by severely elevated blood glucose levels, usually over 600 mg/dl. It is an emergency that requires immediate medical care.
Nocturnal hypoglycemia is an episode of low blood sugar during the nighttime. It affects most people with type 1 diabetes and some with type II.
HIPAA Laws and Your Private Medical Information
HIPAA is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). It means that your private health information is protected by federal law. You have rights regarding your personal information and it provides specific rules and regulations on who may have access to it.
Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving Dinner with Diabetes
Tips and recipe ideas for a diabetic-friendly Thanksgiving dinner. Someone with type 2 diabetes needn't feel deprived on holidays. Planning is the key.
Fructosamine Blood Glucose Level Test
The fructosamine test is used to measure overall blood glucose levels and how they have been maintained over a period of two to three weeks.
Low/Zero Carbohydrate Sugar Replacements for Diabetics
Type 2 Diabetics need to limit the use of real sugar. Luckily, there are a number of zero and low-carbohydrate alternatives detailed here to choose from.
Banana and Type 2 diabetes
If you have diabetes and are going to consume bananas, limit your portion to 1/2 of a banana.
Dried Fruit and Type 2 Diabetes
Dried fruit is a food that people with Type 2 diabetes should avoid because it has a high sugar content in a small portion and people tend to overeat it.
Mango and Type 2 Diabetes
1/2 mango is considered 1 serving of fruit. If you have type 2 diabetes limit your mango consumption to no more than 1/2 serving.
Fruit Juice and Type 2 Diabetes
People with diabetes should avoid fruit juice, even 100% fruit juice, unless their are experiencing hypoglycemia (low blood sugar).
Cherries and Type 2 diabetes
Cherries can cause blood sugars to spike because most people don't stop eating at just a handful.
Pineapple and Type 2 Diabetes
Pineapple can raise blood sugars especially when its very ripe. Keeping your portion of pineapple controlled and pairing it with protein can reduce blood sugar spikes.
Grapes and Type 2 Diabetes
If you have diabetes you should probably avoid grapes because they contain a large amount of carbohydrate in a small portion.
7 Fruits You Would Be Better Off Avoiding if You Have Type 2 Diabetes
Certain fruits can cause blood sugars to rise at a more rapid rate than others. Find out which foods you may want to avoid if you have diabetes.
Fast-Acting Carbohydrates to Treat Hypoglycemia
When hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, happens, it's good to be prepared. This list of fast-acting carbohydrates can help you treat the condition.
Diabetes and Insulin Bolus Dose
A bolus dose of insulin is injected or delivered by an insulin pump to cover the food eaten in a meal or a snack, to manage blood glucose levels.
Definition of Brittle (Labile) Diabetes
Brittle diabetes, also called labile diabetes, is a term used to describe hard-to-control swings in blood glucose levels.
Carbohydrate Exchanges for Diabetes
Do you know what counts as one carbohydrate exchange? Find out what counts as an exchange, plus a list of common foods in each carb category.
Candy and Diabetes - What You Should Avoid and Why
Candies you should avoid if you have Type 2 diabetes to prevent elevated blood sugars and weight gain.
Gummy and Jelly Candy and Diabetes
Gummy and Jelly Candy and Diabetes - how many carbohydrates in a serving?
Candy corn and diabetes - nutrition content and ingredients.
Licorice and diabetes
The difference between licorice candy and licorice extract. Licorice and it's effect on diabetes/nutrition content.
Rock candy and it's effect on blood sugars.
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An index of categories in the
Real Life with Type 2 Diabetes - Jim's Journey
This is the fourth chapter of our monthly series, Jim's Journey. Jim was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in August of 2007. When we talked to Jim last month, he was working with a personal trainer and really trying to increase his exercise. This month is a different story as life throws him a curve ball.
What Is Creatinine?
What is creatinine? Find out how it is produced in the body and why it is used in renal function blood tests and urine tests for kidney monitoring.
How to Manage Diabetes When You are Sick or Ill
When you are sick and have diabetes it is important to be prepared. Make sure you and your loved ones are prepared on how to handle sick days.
Review of Glucerna Nutritional Shakes for Diabetics
Glucerna nutrition shakes are diabetic meal replacement nutrition drinks that have been improved since their first release. You may like them!
Preventing Type 2 Diabetes in Children
Type 2 diabetes represents 45 percent of all newly diagnosed cases of diabetes in children and adolescents. Rising childhood obesity rates in recent years have caused a corresponding increase in previously
Since 2006, there have been many studies on Avandia. This collection of Diabetes Blog posts chronicles the research that has been done on both the beneficial and detrimental aspects of this controversial drug. Browse through and read the evolving story of Avandia and other thiazolidinediones. Studies are arranged chronologically starting with most recent.
Diabetes Support and Resources - Help for Diabetes - Diabetes Support
Diabetes can be a complicated disease to manage, because there is so much to keep track of, and to learn. Most of the management is day-to-day, everyday, and the majority of care falls squarely on the shoulders of the person who has it. Where can you go for support? How do others deal? What can family members to do help?
Diabetes Research - Diabetes Studies - Diabetes Science -
Diabetes is fast becoming a world-wide epidemic and the scientific research field is virtually exploding with studies about all aspects of the disease. New information is being discovered at a rapid pace. Welcome to the Diabetes Information Center. Read about the latest studies that have been blogged on this website and keep up with the fast-paced world of diabetes research.
Diabetes research is an ever expanding field. New medications and new methods of administering some tried and true medications makes this a time of hope for people with diabetes. Genetics, stem cell research, and possible transplants are all fields which are growing by leaps and bounds towards a cure.