Diabetes on the Decline

One of the biggest killers of humans is on the decline for the first time in decades. Diabetes type 2, the disease

3 Diet Tips To Naturally Reverse Diabetes

It is well documented that following specific dietary guidelines when challenged by diabetes is essential. Yet, so many seem to forget or ‘fall off the wagon’ when it comes to maintaining this sensitive requirement.

Reintroducing yourself to some nutritional choices as well as staying on top of current data can surely help you remain, or put you back, on a healthy track.

Staying On Point

The main goal of someone suffering from diabetes is to keep the blood sugar level at a manageable level. Manageable means that glucose must remain low to prevent a problematic, sometimes life threatening, systemic reaction.

Bulging Waistline? Stats Show You Could Be Diabetic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently considers Type II Diabetes an epidemic in the United States. According to 2012 data, nearly 30 million Americans have either been diagnosed with diabetes or they will be in the near future — a full 28 percent of Americans remain undiagnosed.

Type II Diabetes, once known as adult-onset diabetes because it largely struck people in midlife when their exercise rates dipped, they became more sedentary, and their metabolism slowed, is now a disease that strikes all ages — even obese children. According to Harvard Health, every two hours spent in front of the television set (or a computer) increases your risk of becoming diabetic by 14 percent.