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When Hurricane Katrina struck last August, people with diabetes faced particular challenges, especially those using insulin. More than 20 million people in America have diabetes, and many others suffer with other chronic health conditions. During this year’s hurricane and tornado season, Eli Lilly and Company, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of insulin, suggests that …

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Most doctors rely on hemoglobin A1c blood test results in detecting a patient’s risk for Type II diabetes and prediabetes. It has been found out recently that this test yields poor reading, resulting in a misdiagnosis for the majority of patients who are at risk. This is based on the research results shown at the …

HEMOGLOBIN A1c READING IS NOT RELIABLE FOR TYPE II DIABETES DIAGNOSISRead More »

EATING MORE NUTS CAN REDUCE RISK IN DEVELOPING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES Currently, experts recommend Type II diabetes patients to eat nuts, to prevent the development of cardiovascular diseases and early death. As you know, nuts are packed with essential nutrients such as folate, unsaturated fatty acids, minerals, vitamin E, fiber, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. The study …

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