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Fish May Help Diabetic Kidneys
For adults with diabetes, consuming fish twice a week may help prevent kidney disease -- one of the most serious complications of diabetes, according to British researchers. (Kidney Disease, Fish Oil, Diabetic Complications)

Benfotiamine - Protection Against Diabetic Complications
Benfotiamine, a little-known fat-soluble form of vitamin B1, has been shown to help prevent the development and progression of many diabetic complications. Used for decades in Europe as a prescription medication, benfotiamine fights against the progression of diabetic nerve, kidney, and retinal damage, and relieves the painful symptoms of diabetic neuropathy

Diabetics Have A 75% B1 Deficiency Leading To Vascular Problems
A thiamine (Vitamin B1) deficiency may be key to vascular problems for diabetic patients. FDA panel says Avandia offers benefits to people with type 2 disease, but...? (Diabetes Research, Vascular Problems, Low Plasma Thiamine)

Diabetics At Increased Risk Of Hearing Loss
Diabetics should be screened for hearing loss because they have twice the risk of developing hearing loss as are nondiabetics, researchers reported at the American Diabetes Association 67th Scientific Sessions (ADA). (Diabetic Complications, Hearing Loss, Deafness)

For Diabetics, Heart Attacks Are Deadlier
A large analysis of clinical studies confirms what doctors have long known: People who have diabetes are at much greater risk of dying after a heart attack than those who don't have the disease, researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston say. (Heart Disease, Diabetic Complications, Severe Heart Attack)

Diabetics Can Count On Chromium
Chromium, an essential dietary mineral, plays a central role in how the body uses insulin to burn sugars, carbs, fats, and proteins for energy. Because of this insulin-enhancing role, chromium can be especially helpful in controlling, and sometimes reversing, some of the symptoms of prediabetes and type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes. (Chromium, Type 2 Diabetes, Syndrome X)

Vitamin D May Prevent Diabetes And Helps Reduce Heart Disease Risk if You're Diabetic
Vitamin D is also an important factor in diabetes. First, having lower levels of vitamin D has been linked to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. (Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease, High Cholesterol)

Why Every Diabetic Needs to Take Vitamin D
Research shows that low blood levels of vitamin D are linked to a higher risk for developing diabetes. New studies show that even if you already have diabetes, you still need more vitamin D to lower your risk of developing nerve pain (diabetic neuropathy).

Vitamin C: Important for Diabetics
Vitamin C protects against Syndrome X, diabetes, and their accompanying disorders in many different ways. It works most directly by blocking many of the deleterious effects of elevated glucose and insulin. Important information for diabetes management and diabetes nutrition. (Diabetic Nutrition)

Prevent Diabetic Vision Loss
Certain nutrients help the lens of the eye to keep its defense system strong. Vitamins C and E, beta carotene (a precursor of vitamin A) and minerals such as selenium, zinc and copper --all components of antioxidant enzymes found in the lens may all play roles in protection. (Diabetic Nutrition)

Diabetic Retinopathy
Retinopathy is a common diabetic complication, but research is proving that there is much that can be done to prevent this condition. Antioxidant nutrients have been shown to prevent the oxidative damage that causes retinopathy.  (Diabetic Nutrition)

Vision Loss - Diabetic Complications
Glaucoma is the second-most important cause of blindness in the United States (after diabetic retinopathy).  If glaucoma is detected early and treated properly, blindness can be prevented. (Diabetes News)

More Exercise Equals Greater Benefits for Diabetics
People with type 2 diabetes can significantly improve their health and reduce medical costs by walking at least three miles each day, according to Italian researchers. Read more about the benefits of simply walking. (Diabetes Research and Exercise)

The Diabetic Exchange List (Exchange Diet)
Diabetic meal planning and diabetic menus can become much easier to manage with the use of the exchange lists.  Detailed diabetic food lists with the Starch/Bread List, Meat List, Vegetable List, Fruit List, Milk list, Fat list.  Specifics on how to plan for a low carbohydrate diet. (Healthy carbs) 

Diabetic Complications
Persistently high blood sugar levels can lead to long-term complications such as accelerated development of cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, cardiovascular disease, diabetic neuropathy, nephropathy and foot problems. Diabetes education on how to recognize signs and symptoms. Details diabetes symptoms of eye problems, nephropathy, cardiovascular disease, neuropathy and foot ailments.
 
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ketonuria (key-toe-NUH-ree-ah)
a condition occurring when ketones are present in the urine, a warning sign of diabetic ketoacidosis.

Kussmaul breathing (KOOS-mall)
the rapid, deep, and labored breathing of people who have diabetic ketoacidosis.

ketosis (ke-TOE-sis)
a ketone buildup in the body that may lead to diabetic ketoacidosis. Signs of ketosis are nausea, vomiting, and stomach pain.

diabetic retinopathy (REH-tih-NOP-uh-thee)
diabetic eye disease; damage to the small blood vessels in the retina. Loss of vision may result.

capsaicin (kap-SAY-ih-sin)
an ingredient in hot peppers that can be found in ointment form for use on the skin to relieve pain from diabetic neuropathy.
 
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