What Can You Do To Control Diabetes?

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Control Or Reverse Diabetes Naturally

Can you control diabetes? Reverse it? Absolutely. We can beat diabetes. The disease process associated with diabetes (which leads to heart attacks, strokes, and other crippling illnesses) can be slowed and even partially reversed by controlling blood glucose and other cardiovascular disease risk factors. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce and/or properly use insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas. When there are troubles with insulin, glucose builds up in the blood. A fasting glucose level below 100 is considered normal. A fasting glucose between 100 and 125 signals pre-diabetes. A fasting glucose of 126 or higher means you have diabetes. Though “silent,” at least at first, diabetes can turn into a horrible disease. It can greatly increase our risk of heart attacks, strokes, peripheral arterial disease, erectile dysfunction, blindness, diabetes neuropathy, poor wound healing, and kidney failure. There are two main types of diabetes – Type 1 and Type 2. At least 90% of diabetics in America have Type 2 diabetes. Studying the evolution and lifestyle habits of humankind, we can confidently assert that Type 2 diabetes is virtually entirely preventable. World Continue reading >>

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  1. Thunderwolf, MSN

    Moved thread to General Nursing Discussion forum since this a general nursing topic....which will also improve member feedback.

  2. tinyrita

    Thanks thunder.Have a great day Thunder.

  3. Stephanie

    Humulin and Novolin are brand names-2 different makers of insulin. You have probably seen Humulin R and Humalog-2 different insulins-Humalog works faster than Humulin R. Both are clear in color.
    From the other company is Novolin R and Novolog (plus other products). Again, 2 different insulins. Novolog works faster than Novolin R. Both are clear in color.
    These are not all the insulins available. Look at web site links below for more info:
    Stephanie RN Certified Diabetes Educator

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