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Type 2 Diabetes

While all health problems are influenced by what you eat, that’s especially true for Type-2 Diabetes. To support a healthy blood sugar level, it’s important to eat healthy foods at regular intervals throughout the day, exercise a little (or more) and track your health. It’s often easier to have success when we focus on what […]

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Sometimes it’s the little things. The best way to prevent Type 2 Diabetes is with a combination of a healthy diet and exercise that supports a healthy weight. But if you’re working hard on that journey, a little extra boost can’t hurt, and having a few more antioxidants in your diet may do the trick, […]

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Although headlines about lead and Zika virus have taken over, you may have noticed there’s a campaign about prediabetes going on. As American health continues to plummet (while our medical care improves), a campaign is trying to get ahead of some of those numbers by getting people aware about prediabetes. The video seeks to diagnose […]

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Diabetes: Let’s Be Practical

November 20, 2015

One in ten adults in the United States have diabetes, and more are contracting it all the time. A quarter of those with Diabetes are undiagnosed—-leaving them at risk for long-term effects. Here’s the thing: if you catch it early, Type 2 Diabetes is reversible! But that means you have to be watching for the […]

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Three new studies tie our gut health to our brains, as well as our risk for Type 2 Diabetes. Should all babies receive probiotics? It might eventually become a recommendation, as mounting evidence ties autism with gut bacteria. First, kids with autism are more likely to have gastrointestinal troubles. Specifically, constipation and diarrhea are more […]

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