I have diabetes. I eat low carb meals and exercise. I take all my medications every day and at the same time everyday. Yet, my diabetic medications are not working.
We know that type 2 diabetes can be caused by lifestyle factors, but it can also have genetic underpinnings. Learn how to control your blood sugar through diet and exercise.
Type 2 diabetes is not easy to manage, but as we found out, it is reversible. With a radical change in diet, increased exercise, diligence, and a lot of patience, my husband successfully reversed his diabetes.
We're everywhere, but most people don't even know that we're diabetic. Listed here are the things a diabetic needs to do every day in order to live a seemingly normal life.
Basic information on using an insulin pump for managing diabetes, and the differences between pump and manual insulin shot therapy.
For many years, I struggled with health issues that were a consequence of genetics, not diet. I now struggle with the notion that type 2 diabetes was somehow my own fault. I want to share a few home truths that will help some sufferers and hopefully re-educate others to stop blaming and shaming.
Here are a few simple, easy-to-remember tips for providing the support your loved one needs as they learn to manage their diabetes.
So you've been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. It's a bit of a bummer; it was for me. Nowadays, I take no medication for it, and my HBA1C scores under 32. This is how I did it.