Diabetes News

Is your high blood sugar caused by electromagnetic hypersensitivity?

high-blood-pressure-wireless-danger

(Naturalhealth365) The incidence of diabetes is growing by leaps and bounds, with the U.S. Census Bureau predicting that the population of diabetics will double over the next twelve years, reaching 366 million worldwide by the year 2030.  No doubt, chronic states of high blood sugar can destroy your life. In the United States (alone), over 30.3 million people currently have ... Read More »

Read More »

Stop type 2 diabetes by eating foods high in antioxidants

type-2-diabetes

(Naturalhealth365) Type 2 diabetes, which affects well over 350 million people worldwide, has reached epidemic proportions. Conservatively speaking, 1 in 10 U.S. adults has type 2 diabetes and Western medicine offers little hope. For example, does anyone really believe that taking insulin pills is the best way to resolve blood sugar imbalances? (Hint: there IS a better way and it’s ... Read More »

Read More »

Coenzyme Q10 deficiency raises the risk of prediabetes

coenzyme-q10-prediabetes-link

(Naturalhealth365) How is coenzyme Q10 linked to blood sugar issues like, prediabetes? And, more importantly, what can we do to eliminate the risk of future health problems. Let’s take a closer look. Prediabetes – in which blood sugar levels are elevated, but not high enough to meet the clinical threshold for diabetes – is extremely common in the United States. ... Read More »

Read More »

Surprisingly modest weight gain INCREASES the risk of heart and blood sugar problems, research reveals

weight-gain

(NaturalHealth365) The health benefits of maintaining a healthy weight are obvious to most people. However, a study out of Stanford is underscoring the dangers of weight gain to health in some key areas, including blood sugar balance and gut health. The researchers have found that the entire body is impacted by even a moderate weight gain. The changes register at ... Read More »

Read More »

Two plant extracts discovered to slash blood sugar spikes

blood-sugar

(Naturalhealth365) Although it is normal for blood glucose to rise a bit after meals, excessive and repeated elevations – ‘blood sugar spikes’ – are cause for concern. In fact, short-term effects include impaired concentration and altered mood, while long-term consequences – such as cardiovascular disease, accelerated kidney disease and raised cancer risk – can be potentially life-threatening. Of course, the ... Read More »

Read More »

Lower blood sugar: Broccoli sprout nutrient reduces risk of type 2 diabetes, study says

lower-blood-sugar-broccoli-sprouts

(NaturalHealth365) A Swedish medical team says they have found a natural way to lower blood sugar and battle type 2 diabetes, and you might have some in your refrigerator right now: broccoli. According to the researchers, broccoli sprouts could be a viable treatment option against this chronic disease condition. The Lund University Diabetes Centre of Sweden oversaw the research, which ... Read More »

Read More »

Calorie restriction found to reverse type 2 diabetes, new study shows

calorie-restriction

(Naturalhealth365) Diabetes is a potentially life-threatening disease, with complications that can include blindness, stroke and heart and kidney disease. Sadly, this avoidable condition is reaching epidemic proportions within the United States, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting that 30.3 million Americans suffer – with no end in sight for Western medicine. But, the simple concept ... Read More »

Read More »

Solutions for diabetes – A ‘LIVE,’ plant-based approach

diabetes

(NaturalHealth365) Over 30 million people – almost 10 percent of the United States population – currently suffer from diabetes, with type 2 diabetes accounting for up to 95 percent of the cases. And, let’s not forget the millions of people in a prediabetic condition – which leads to all sorts of health issues, as well. It almost goes without saying ... Read More »

Read More »

How to naturally master your diabetes

diabetes-care

(NaturalHealth365) Diabetes has now reached epidemic proportions in the United States. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 30 million people across the nation currently have the disease, with over 1.7 million new cases diagnosed yearly. Plus, an astounding 84 million people aged 20 and over have prediabetes – blood sugar higher than normal ... Read More »

Read More »

New study links gum disease as an early marker of type 2 diabetes

gum-disease

(NaturalHealth365) The condition of periodontitis, or gum disease, may be an early warning sign of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. A study substantiating this finding was recently published in the BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care, an online journal. Keep in mind, this is a serious issue because – in the over 9 percent of Americans have been diagnosed with ... Read More »

Read More »

Blood sugar alert – Why prediabetes can be just as deadly as diabetes

blood-sugar

(NaturalHealth365) Prediabetes – elevated blood sugar that has not yet reached the threshold for clinical diabetes – is widespread in the United States. Now, several recent studies have revealed the dangers of being prediabetic – including a heightened risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia and stroke. Read on to learn more about prediabetes, and what you can do to reverse ... Read More »

Read More »

Lower the risk of diabetes by eating berries

wild-blueberries

(NaturalHealth365) Around one in ten persons in the United States now has diabetes, and many more have elevated blood sugar levels and prediabetes symptoms. However, eating more berries and receiving the benefits of their health-promoting anthocyanins and flavonoids is proving to be a powerful step toward avoiding this disease. Anthocyanins are the colorful pigments found in plant components such as ... Read More »

Read More »