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Control your Diabetes by Vitamin C and Vitamin E by Dr John Anne
Many of the vitamins like Vitamin B complex, Thiamine or Vitamin B1 and Pyridoxine or Vitamin B6 are great controller of diabetes. Other vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin E also works great in controlling diabetes. Have a look on the benefits how they can help you controlling your diabetes.

Diabetes - Maintaining Your Health by John Johnson
If you have already been diagnosed with Type II diabetes you can still have a healthy and vital life. There are many alternative therapies that have been shown to be of great benefit. There are also simple changes you can make to your lifestyle which can greatly enhance your well-being.

In the previous article I discussed many of the factors that could put you at risk for diabetes. Now that you are aware of these, I’ll take you through some simple steps for reducing that risk: Begin some form of physical activity. Are you comfortable with your current level of activity?

Diabetes - A Day in the Life by Bill McRea
For people that live without diabetes it is hard to understand how the disease impacts the flow of daily life. Every day begins with a “stick” and a drop of blood. A “stick” is the term we use to describe using a lancet to pierce the skin and draw a drop of blood for a blood sugar test.

Approach to Proper Diabetic Care by Bryan Brodeur
Diabetes is probably one of the least understood diseases of this era, and there was a time when victims of this disorder were essentially sentenced to death. With the isolation of insulin and the onset of high-tech insulin controlling drugs, diabetics can now live longer under the western medicinal protocols. Unfortunately, living with diabetes means living with heart problems, joint pains, skin lesions, clinically maintained obesity, debilitating degenerative arthritis, and a seriously lowered life expectancy, not to mention the known psychotropic effects of the diabetic medications.

Different Exercises Schedule to Combat Diabetes, Arthritis, and Obesity! by Jasdeep Singh
Different Health Problems generally do not allow us to do traditional exercises. Above all, one type of exercise cant be effective to each group facing different challenges. But despite all these different challenges, the general rule applies to all: Extra Effort and Persistence.

Obesity and Diabetes by Ramani Iyer
Unless I have compelling reasons, there are two places where I would not like to visit; 1. Police Station 2. Hospital.

Lose Weight by Keeping Insulin Levels Under Control by Rosa Smith-Montanaro
Insulin levels are influenced by your diet. When you consume a cookie for example the sugar in the cookie is absorbed by your body rather quickly thus causing your blood sugar to rise. A rapid rise in blood sugar can active an insulin response in the body.

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