Type 2 diabetes: The surprising sweet fruit that can improve blood sugar levels

TYPE 2 diabetes can be controlled by cutting down on sugar and making other dietary changes. As fruit contains natural sugars, many diabetic people wonder if they need to avoid it, but experts warn fruit should still form part of a healthy, balanced diet. In fact, this surprising sweet fruit can help to improve blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity.
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TYPE 2 diabetes can cause long term complications if blood sugar levels are not brought under control. Fortunately, making healthy lifestyle choices can ward off the threat of high blood sugar levels and taking a particular herbal extract has been shown to be effective.
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INTRODUCTION: A sharp rise in the population of elderly people, who are more prone to somatic and mental diseases, combined with the high prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and diabetes-associated complications in this age group, have an impact on the ...
Source: SafetyLit - Category: International Medicine & Public Health Tags: Age: Elder Adults Source Type: news
TYPE 2 diabetes means the body doesn't use insulin properly - a hormone which regulates a person's blood sugar levels. Without proper treatment, toxic amounts of sugar can build up in the bloodstream, wreaking havoc from head to toe. Hypercoagulability often occurs due to this, but what is it?
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