That is so true! Based on a report published by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Nov 2014 there are 86 million adults (increased 7 Million from 2013) in the U.S. have prediabetes, around 90 percent don’t know it! People with pre-diabetes have blood sugar levels that are abnormally high, but not high… Read More

The very common over the counter medication can take up diabetes fight in near future and improve your body’s insulin production and release! According to the WHO Type 2 diabetes affects about 350 million people globally. A handful of them belong to my family though! The Type 2 Diabetes is characterized by elevated levels of… Read More

Recently I received an email from my friend stating that his wife is diagnosed with diabetic and need to take insulin injection. Immediately I am thought about how I can help her with some of the things I know. Of course I sent a product that helped someone I know with the same issue. But… Read More

Exercise is highly recommended for people with Type II Diabetes. The 2008 Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for exercise suggests that a minimum of 2.5 hours of moderate intensity cardiovascular exercise weekly, in addition to two to three days of strength training. Exercises for Diabetes Start Moving: All  you got to do is just… Read More

How many time have you said, I simply can’t cope up with this diabetes anymore, in the past few months, when you over whelmed with what you need to do at home and work? How often someone you know with diabetes say “I can’t manage diabetes with all the things I need to do”? Now… Read More

Diabetes is a group of diseases in which the body has trouble regulating blood sugar. According to the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP), about 25.8 million Americans have diabetes. This figure has risen dramatically in recent decades. Diabetes is a complicated condition. It requires patience to monitor their blood sugar and pay close attention to… Read More

This is a very generic question for anyone who is diabetic. However most of us are not very clear about what is Type1 and what is Type2. How do you deal with type1 or type2 diabetes? Let’s see what they are! Type 1 Diabetes Our body produces insulin, which is a hormone, that is needed… Read More

You may not know that you have prediabetes unless you are watchful. If you have it (like 86 million other Americans), your blood sugar (glucose) level is higher than it should be, but not in the diabetes range. People used to call it “borderline” diabetes. Body make a hormone called “insulin” to carry the energy… Read More