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Chromium prevents diabetes by improving insulin sensitivity

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com Of all the trace minerals, chromium may be the most beneficial to diabetes patients. It’s an insulin potentiator, so it makes the body’s own insulin production go further. Chromium prevents diabetes by improving insulin sensitivity.  If you have diabetes or blood sugar disorders, you need to…

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My Diabetes Care Team

People with diabetes work with an extensive diabetes care team, which may include a primary doctor, dietitian, diabetes educator, eye doctor, foot doctor, dentist, and possibly an exercise trainer. But remember, you are the most important member of your diabetes care team. Your health care team is available to help you manage your diabetes and maintain…

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Does Cinnamon Help Diabetes

Does Cinnamon Help Diabetes?  Cinnamon comes in two varieties :  Ceylon cinnamon and cassia cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon is the kind most Americans use for baking and cooking. It’s also the variety most researchers have used when they’ve studied cinnamon and diabetes. Some of this research has shown that cinnamon may lower blood sugar by decreasing insulin…

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What Are the Best Vitamins and Minerals to Take

Eating well-balanced meals and snacks is important for staying healthy. What Are the Best Vitamins and Minerals to Take?  According to the Dietary Guidelines for America 2005, you should be eating up to nine servings of fruits and vegetables a day. If your eating isn’t well-rounded, a vitamin supplement isn’t going to help much. Foods…

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Got Diabetes Eggs are Your Friends

People With Diabetes Can Eat Eggs in Moderation From Stacey Hugues Got Diabetes? Eggs are Your Friends.  Eggs are a really useful addition to a diabetic meal plan, yet many diabetics worry about eating eggs since they contain cholesterol. While it is not uncommon for a type 2 diabetic to have other conditions like high cholesterol,…

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Restaurants can be diabetic friendly

For some people, eating out is an occasional indulgence. For others, it’s a way of life. Either way, moderate portions and careful choices can help you make restaurant meals part of your overall plan for diabetes nutrition. Research restaurant menus Restaurants can be diabetic friendly.  Make restaurant meals a healthy part of your diabetes meal…

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