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Battling A Sweet Tooth
Do you have a huge sweet tooth? Find out how you can ease your sugar cravings. (Diabetes Diet, Sugar Cravings, High Blood Sugar, Low Blood Sugar)

Coenzyme Q10: A Little-Known Supplement Yields Big Results
Studies indicate that coenzyme Q10 may be a valuable option for people suffering stomach ulcers, periodontal disease, high blood pressure, impotence and even cardiovascular disease. (Heart Disease, Diabetes, Anti-Aging)

Heal Your Heart With CoQ10
Some of the most impressive studies on CoQ10 researched the role of the supplement in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. In a landmark study, researchers found CoQ10 deficiency in a majority of people with heart disease. (Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Hypertension)

Fish Helps Statins Protect The Heart
People taking cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins who also consume omega-3 fatty acids - typically found in fish and fish oil - have a better chance of avoiding heart problems than patients who take statins alone.  (High Cholesterol, Statins, Omega-3 Fats, Cardiovascular Disease)

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)
CoQ10 has the ability to protect and strengthen the heart and lower blood pressure. CoQ10 is a vital enzyme, a catalyst to the production of energy in our cells. Without it, our cells simply won't work. (Coenzyme Q10, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Angina)

Resveratrol: More Than Skin Deep
Red grapes contain high levels of resveratrol. Researchers say resveratrol has both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and is thought to be responsible for many of red grapes' health benefits. (Stroke, Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension, Resveratrol)

Take Care Of Your Heart And More With Tocotrienols
Tocotrienols are involved in many reactions in the body. But they are especially important in protection against heart disease because they are antioxidants and also have the ability to inhibit cholesterol synthesis. (High Cholesterol, Heart Disease, Vitamin E, Tocotrienols)

Resveratrol: The Antioxidant Compound
The health benefits of drinking red wine have been widely recognized for years. In fact, nearly ten years ago scientists suggested that red wine consumption may be responsible for the "French paradox"-or the notably low occurrence of cardiovascular complications among the French people, who eat a relatively high-fat diet. (Resveratrol, Cardiovascular Disease, Heart Disease)

Getting The Magic Back
High blood sugar damages the blood vessels and nerves that are necessary for normal sexual function and response. Keeping blood sugar under control is vital to preserving your sexual health. (Diabetic Complications, Sexual Health)

Diabetic Recipes - Breakfast
When you're diagnosed with diabetes, your risk of heart attack shoots way up. But it doesn't have to stay high. 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 health. Enjoy a great breakfast like Ham-and-Swiss Breakfast Casserole, Apple Crumble Coffee Cake and Southwestern Breakfast Tortilla Wrap. (Diabetic Meal Planning, Diabetes Recipes)

Get Up And Go Vitamins
Americans are suffering from an energy crisis in more ways than one. Forget about sky-high fuel costs and consider this: in as many as 50 percent of all doctor visits, the chief complaint is fatigue. (Diabetes Nutrition, Fatigue, Exercise)

All The Nerve
One of the most common long-term repercussions of high blood glucose levels is diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about two-thirds of those with diabetes have some form of this complication. (Diabetes Management, Neuropathy Symptoms, Preventing Neuropathy)

Alpha-Lipoic Acid: Extra Help Taming Diabetes
Researchers have discovered that the potent antioxidant, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, may be an effective treatment for a common complication of diabetes, known as diabetic neuropathy, which develops when high blood sugar levels damage delicate nerve endings. It may also help control blood sugar in diabetics, possibly by lowering insulin levels and increasing the transport of sugar into cells. (Diabetic Nutrition, Diabetic Product, Diabetic Neuropathy)

Diabetic Recipes - Appetizers and Snacks
For most of us, party foods spell fun, festivity - and an overdose of fat, calories, and high-GI carbs. Fortunately, adopting a healthy low-GI lifestyle does not mean giving up party foods. Enjoy treats like Veggie-Cream Cheese Spread, Tasty Tuna Spread, Roasted Red Pepper Dip and Creamy Herb Dip. (Diabetic Meal Planning, Glycemic Index, Free Recipes)

Stress results when something causes your body to behave as if it were under attack. When stress occurs, the body prepares to take action. This preparation is called the fight-or-flight response. In people who have diabetes, the fight-or-flight response does not work well. Insulin is not always able to let the extra energy into the cells, so glucose piles up in the blood. (Stress, Diabetic Complications, High Blood Sugar)
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triglyceride (try-GLISS-er-ide)
the storage form of fat in the body. High triglyceride levels may occur when diabetes is out of control.

brittle diabetes
a term used when a person's blood glucose level moves often from low to high and from high to low.

very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) cholesterol
a form of cholesterol in the blood; high levels may be related to cardiovascular disease.

rebound hyperglycemia (HY-per-gly-SEE-mee-ah)
a swing to a high level of glucose in the blood after a low level. See Somogyi effect.

jet injector (in-JEK-tur)
a device that uses high pressure instead of a needle to propel insulin through the skin and into the body.
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