Breast-feeding May Help Babies and Women Against Diabetes


Babies and women may be protected against developing diabetes disease through breastfeeding, according to new research. This current study states that the longer women nursed, the lower their risks of developing diabetes. Diabetes as a medical disorder characterized by varying or persistent elevated blood sugar levels, especially due to eating, …

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Control diabetes – avoid white flour, white salt, tea and coffee

Avoid Coffee and Tea

White Flour Wheat is the most common cereal used throughout the world for making bread. It is a good source of energy. With its essential coating of bran, vitamins and minerals, it is an excellent health-building food. Wheat is usually ground into flour for use as food. However refined wheat …

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Common Knowledge About Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes

I did not become familiar with gestational diabetes until recently when my sister-in-law and my best friend were both diagnosed with it within a week. Many women I know, myself included, have made it through pregnancies without having any serious problems like gestational diabetes. Basically, gestational diabetes is a disease …

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Causes of Diabetes

Stressing Causes Diabetes

Certain factors that contribute to the development of diabetes are Heredity Heredity is a major factor. That diabetes can be inherited has been known for centuries. However, the pattern of inheritance is not fully understood. Statistic indicates that those with a family history of the disease have a higher risk …

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Carbohydrates, High Blood Sugars, Diabetes – know the connection?

Low Carbs

There is a strong connection between carbohydrates, high blood sugars and diabetes. Carbohydrates give your body the energy, or fuel, it needs to function properly. There are two types of carbohydrates; simple and complex. Simple carbohydrates are in foods such as fruit sugar, corn or grape sugar and table sugar. …

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Can I Go Tanning With Diabetes?

UVA Radiation

Diabetes and Tanning If you are undergoing treatment for lupus or diabetes or are susceptible to cold sores, be aware that these conditions can be aggravated through exposure to ultraviolet radiation from tanning devices, sunlamps, or natural sunlight. In addition, your skin may be more sensitive to artificial light or …

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