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Eat Healthy - Diabetes
You can help control your blood sugar (also called blood glucose) and diabetes when you eat healthy, get enough physical activity and stay at a healthy weight. Using the Food Guide Pyramid helps you eat a variety of healthy foods. Variety means eating foods from each of the food groups every day. Read more about the six food groups. (Diabetic Menu, Diabetic Food List, Diabetes Diet)

Waking Up With High Blood Glucose Levels
Morning readings can be so frustrating! Do you go to bed with a blood glucose of 120 mg/dL (6.6 mmol/L) and wake up with a blood glucose of 170 (9.4 mmol/L) or more? Is this happening in spite of following your diet, exercise and taking your medications as your doctor prescribed? Well, don't worry; all this may be happening due to the Dawn Phenomenon or the Somogyi Effect. (Diabetes Management and High Blood Sugar)

Diabetic Recipes - Muffins
Because these fantastic recipes are all low in carbohydrates, fat, and calories, you can eat many more of the foods you love along with a variety to choose from at each meal. So, even if your diet is restricted because of health issues or because you want to cut calories and take off (or not gain) a couple of extra pounds, you can use these recipes to do it without sacrificing either quality or taste. Enjoy Banana Bran Muffins, Oatmeal Muffins, Lemon Cheese Danish Muffins, and Chocolate Cherry Muffins. (Diabetic Meal Planning and Diabetic Recipe)

Diabetic Recipe - Low Carb Vegetable Side Dishes
Dress up your main dishes with a delicious vegetable side dish such as Asparagus with Almond Sauce, Snow Peas and Tomatoes, Broccoli and Peppers and Wilted Spinach with Walnuts and Blue Cheese. (Diabetic Meal Planning, Low Carbohydrate Diet)

Diabetic Recipe - Low Carb Slow Cooker Main Dish
Spice up your slow cooker dinners with a few  tasty main dishes such as Cashew Chicken, Chicken with Artichokes and Olives, Easy Beef Steak with Mushrooms and Sauerkraut and Pork Shoulder Roast. (Low Carbohydrate Diet, Diabetic Meal Planning)

Diabetic Recipes - Main Dish
By carefully selecting what you eat, including a good balance of the right kinds and amounts of fats and carbs, you can help improve your heart health and your diabetes diet. You can enjoy delicious meals such as Baked Chicken Parmesan, Onion-Smothered Pork Chops, Citrus Chicken and Mushroom-Smothered Cube Steak. (Diabetes Recipe)

Diabetic Recipes - Snacks and Appetizers
Discover how delicious low-carb snacking can be! The next time you prepare a snack or party appetizer, try some creative new ideas like Mini Marinated Beef Skewers, Confetti Tuna in Celery Sticks, Angelic Deviled Eggs and Turkey-Broccoli Roll-Ups. (Diabetes Recipe and Low Carbohydrate Diet)

Vitamin Deficiency Common In Diabetes
Something like three out of every five patients with type 2 diabetes show signs of vitamin D deficiency. Widespread screening for vitamin D deficiency or routine vitamin D supplementation should be seriously considered for people with diabetes according to a recent report. (Diabetic Nutrition and Diabetes Diet)

Walk It Off - Get Moving To Lose Weight
It's January, and many of us have resolved to drop those extra pounds we put on during the holidays. Losing weight can actually be enjoyable if you find a healthy diet you can live with and exercise you enjoy. An easy and effective activity to fit into any busy schedule, a walk a day can do wonders for your health - and your waistline. (Exercise and Diabetes Management)

Diabetes - The Inflammation Syndrome Connection
Many nutritional supplements can lessen the inflammation in diabetes, but it is essential that the underlying diet be corrected. That said, a key objective of supplementation should be to lower glucose levels and improve insulin function, which should in turn reduce inflammation. Helpful supplements include chromium, Vitamin E, Vitamin C and the omega-3 fatty acids. (Diabetes Nutrition, Inflammation, Arthritis, Heart Disease)

Water Works
Do you drink enough water? If you don't, you're affecting almost every aspect of your health.  Experts rank water second only to oxygen as essential for life.  Water promotes good health in many ways, from reducing the risk of certain cancers to improving short-term memory and weight loss.  (Diet & Nutrition)

Water Is Key To Weight Loss And Good Health
Water is crucial to any fitness or weight-loss regimen. When you exercise, water helps your body convert excess fat to energy and helps your kidneys flush out waste products from the extra fat and calories you burn.  Water also keeps your body from retaining excess fluid. (Diet & Exercise)

Diabetic Recipes - Healthy Slow Cooker Meals
Traditional slow cooker recipes often call for browning cuts of meat in oil or fat, then transferring the meat into the slow cooker.  Even when trimmed of visible fat, these traditional meat cuts may still be relatively high in fat. By using the simple three-step technique found in these delicious recipes, Sweet Potato Stew, Creamy Cauliflower Bisque and Creole Vegetables and Chicken, you'll be able to use leaner cuts of meats but still retain flavor, tenderness, and moistness. (Diabetic Meal Planning and Diabetes Diet)

Thief of Sight: Glaucoma
If you are at risk for developing glaucoma, take that risk seriously. Glaucoma is the second-most important cause of blindness in the United States (after diabetic retinopathy), and the single most important cause of blindness among African Americans. If glaucoma is detected early and treated properly, blindness can be prevented. There is no longer any reason for people to go blind from glaucoma! (Diabetes Education and Glaucoma)

Why Take Supplements?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that a large percentage of Americans get less than 70 percent of the recommended dietary allowance of antioxidant vitamins and many essential minerals.  Countless studies link a host of diseases (including atherosclerosis and heart disease, high blood pressure, colitis, diabetes) to today's highly processed diet, high in saturated and trans fats, caffeine, and refined carbohydrates. (Diabetes Nutrition and Diabetes Management)
 
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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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