13 Easy exercise tips for diabetics
Exercise helps you to lower your blood sugar and to lose weight.
Are you diabetic? Want to take fewer diabetic pills and less insulin? These 13 exercise tips will help you.
Interesting methods for healthy blood sugar levels
Here is a selection of interesting recommendations – food-related and other – that have been proven to maintain healthy blood glucose and insulin levels.
Read these methods on how to maintain healthy blood sugar (glucose) and insulin levels.
13 Symptoms of diabetes you can check yourself
If you believe you may be experiencing any of these symptoms, particularly in combination, take it seriously.
Could you be diabetic? Here are 13 signs and symptoms for self-diagnosis.
5 Parts of the body affected by diabetes
When you understand how diabetes works in the body it’s easier to grasp how so many parts of the body can be adversely affected by it.
5 Common complications of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Understanding the effects.
5 Simple ways to manage your diabetes
Diabetes is something you can control.
A beginners guide to help you control and manage your diabetes through a healthy lifestyle.
7 Weight-loss tips for diabetic women
When living with diabetes, being overweight or obese may increase your risk of developing other major health problems.
Here are 7 tips for diabetic women on how to lose weight and keep it off, thereby reducing other potential major health risks.
Consequences of not treating diabetes
There are serious consequences for not treating your diabetes.
Diabetes is a permanent chronic condition that can have serious consequences if not treated correctly.
Guidelines for a healthy heart while managing diabetes
Having diabetes means that you’re at a greater risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Good heart health is most essential when you’re living with diabetes. Follow these 6 guidelines to take care of your heart and live better.
How to test your blood glucose levels accurately
With the countless tests available to the general public, it has become necessary to understand the relevance and the difference between tests.
You should check your blood sugar (glucose) levels frequently and accurately. Find out the difference between blood glucose and HbA1C tests.
Improved quality of life for diabetic sufferers
Diabetes is a global problem and the eighth biggest killer in the world.
Read about some of the most modern strides taken to combat type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Prenatal tips for diabetic mothers
Here are a few tips on how to take care of yourself and your baby during your pregnancy.
Prenatal care for diabetic women and the effects uncontrolled diabetes could have on your baby during pregnancy.
Take charge of your health
Managing your health.
How to manage type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and the three most important methods to drastically improve your lifestyle.
The 9 effects of alcohol and 7 helpful guidelines for you
If you have diabetes, drinking alcohol will cause your blood sugar to rise.
Diabetes and alcohol consumption do’s and dont’s.
The diabetic diet debate: Decide for yourself
Professor Tim Noakes certainly knows how to set the cat among the pigeons.
Important food groups to help control your diabetes and what to avoid. Compare the recommended diets and decide what works for you.
Understanding the difference can save lives
Knowing which Diabetes type you have is important for managing it effectively.
How is Diabetes related to amputation?
Diabetics are more prone to nerve damage and reduced blood circulation.
Both nerve damage and reduced blood circulation can lead to muscular atrophy or infections.
Can sugar really put you in a better mood?
The ‘sugar rush’ myth, explained.
What we drink is linked to Diabetes
Do you know what's in your favourite drink?
Many Diabetic patients work really hard to manage their glucose levels.
How to use exercise to reduce type 2 diabetes risk for children
This study even revisited the children after two years, for data validation.
Exercise has a host of benefits.
Childhood Obesity in South Africa
Get The Facts
Childhood obesity deserves your attention.
Childhood Diabetes is a real threat, often overlooked until it's too late.
South African children are at high risk of developing diabetes and associated health problems.
How to Test for Diabetes
Know what to expect when you test for Diabetes.
Diabetes shows itself in a number of ways and can vary from one patient to another.