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Guide to Vegan Food Shopping for Diabetes

Vegan diets are becoming increasingly popular, especially among people with diabetes. Eating a healthy vegan diet low in cholesterol and saturated fat, but balanced enough to include fiber and protein, can help people with diabetes control their blood glucose levels easier. Therefore, they can manage their diabetes better. The vegan diet is a plant-based, does

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How to reverse diabetes
Diabetes

Is It Possible to Cure Diabetes?

Diabetes is one of the biggest epidemics in the world. As a growing health issue, it should not be underrated. But when we talk about diabetes, the type we focused on is often the pandemic one: Type 2 Diabetes.  In this article, we will talk about types of diabetes, facts about glucose, and the keys

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Diabetes is a reversible metabolic syndrome
Diabetes

Diabetes is a Reversible Metabolic Syndrome

Diabetes, Cancer, Arthritis, or Gastritis… All these are commonly known as ‘diseases,’ as things you have to get rid of, and you may recover from. The good news is that all these health conditions are mostly connected with metabolic syndrome, and they are not gene mutations in an individual’s DNA sequence. In other words, they

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Does Detox Reverse Diabetes
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Does Detox Reverse Diabetes?

The modern age could easily be defined as the era of metabolic disease. Reaching pandemic proportions, the incidence of chronic illness borne from poor dietary and lifestyle choices continues to increase, and the conventional medical world awaits these patients with open arms – ready to prescribe drugs which only treat the symptoms, and never the

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Glycemic Index vs. Glycemic Load
Diabetes

Glycemic Index vs. Glycemic Load

Anyone who has diabetes would be familiar with the various terminology around navigating how to eat, but a lot of us are left scratching our heads over which ranking system is the right one to base our choices on. Two of the most pertinent frames of reference are glycemic index and glycemic load – both

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Controlling Diabetes Through Diet and Exercise
Diabetes

Controlling Diabetes Through Diet and Exercise

Type 1 diabetes occurs when the pancreas is unable to produce any or enough sugar-lowering hormone and becomes a lifelong condition once it develops during childhood. Type 2 diabetes is a reversible chronic condition, where genetic, age and weight-related factors combine to cause resistance to the sugar-lowering hormone. Even though type 1 and type 2

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A Cure for Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetes

A Cure for Type 2 Diabetes

Despite the role of genetic factors, type II diabetes largely remains a life-style related disorder, as reflected by skyrocketing numbers of diabetics worldwide parallel with obesity. But despite these figures, we have been constantly observing very remarkable effects on blood sugar in type II diabetics who attend our detox programs, to the extent that almost

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