When your blood sugar levels are high, however not high enough to have Type 2 diabetes, the least dangerous type of diabetes, you have what is called pre-diabetes. A pre-diabetes sufferer is likely to have type-2 diabetes within 10 years; however with a change in lifestyle it is possible to curb the... read more
Pre-diabetes is when you have been diagnosed as being likely to get type-2 diabetes in the next 10 years if your bodies blood glucose levels worsen. There is evidence to suggest that a healthy diet and lifestyle will be enough to stop pre-diabetes fr... read more
To this day no cure has been found for diabetes. Although there are certain certainties, and certain fallacies, much remains unknown about the condition. For years speculation and suggestions as to the route cause of diabetes have been proposed, and subsequently dispelled. Most of the information about likely causes of diabetes, as well as means by which to tackle and prevent it come from the large amount of information that has been gathered from prior sufferers.
That information, al... read more
“Life is not over because you have diabetes. Make the most of what you have, be grateful” – Dale Evans Diabetes is one of the most common ailments. A basic knowledge of the causes, symptoms, control and prevention of diabetes is a must. Here’s an infographic image that explains all these to you in a glance.
Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are different because they are both caused by different levels of insulin deficiency. A Type 1 diabetic is unable to produce insulin altogether while a Type 2 diabetic is either insulin resistant or unable to produce sufficient quantities of insulin. People with Type 2 diabetes are by far the mo... read more
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