…  Therefore, it is important to take care of your diet. Most diabetics are advised to eat small frequent meals to ensure that the blood …  protein content and make a hearty snack.4. Load up on seedsWhat‘s better than roasted and crunchy snacks? Seeds are packed with vitamins …

…  the blood is too high.It can be dangerous, as it left untreated it can lead to problems with the heart, eyes, nerves and kidneys.Type 2 …  your eating habitsKeep a food diary for the week, noting what and how much you eat.Use this to assess your foods choices and eating …

…  Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 in Chicago revealed a lot about what works and what does not for preventing heart attacks. (Michael Holahan/The …  study tested a third drug, Farxiga, in more than 17,000 diabetics with other heart risk factors and found a lower rate of …

…  That “how” piece of the picture is a big part of what I work on with my nutrition clients—how can we fit those foods into the …  tired, thirsty, or spacy. Headaches are also common. In diabetics, these symptoms may feel more pronounced and become more serious, so …

…  of the world’s most prescribed drugs is the oral antidiabetic diabetes (OAD) drug metformin. It has been prescribed to more than 120 …  be more aggressive, but did they even ask their patients: What do you want to do?”In Oerum’s experience with coaching diabetes …

…  understand the patient characteristics associated with treatment choice at the first treatment intensification for type 2 …  Datalink. We included adults treated with metformin monotherapy between January 2000 and July 2017. The outcome of interest was the …  older and non-white people less likely to receive new antidiabetic treatments. Our results suggest that the selection of treatment …