lowering blood sugar

Should You Use an Enema for Constipation?

Being constipated stinks—your bowel movements are dry, almost painful to pass, with little relief. Worse yet, you can manage to push something through only a couple of days a week. You feel bloated, fatigued, and just plain uncomfortable. It’s all you can think about. And, after a week or so, … Read More

Is Your Blood Sugar in the Normal Range?

Blood sugar is also called blood glucose. It is a measurement of the amount of sugar in your blood. This measurement is found by doing a blood test, usually after an 8-hour fast. It is important to know this number because it tells your doctor or if you are at … Read More

Are You a Type 2 Diabetic? Protect Your Heart

If you’re a type 2 diabetic, you face a greater risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, and stroke. And, a type 2 diabetic has a 70 percent greater likelihood of dying from cardiovascular disease versus a non-diabetic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But recent evidence suggests … Read More

Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms and Oral Medications

If you’re experiencing type 2 diabetes symptoms, there are a variety of oral medications your healthcare provider may prescribe for you. The meds may work as single therapy, in combination with insulin, or in combination with another oral medication. Each group of drugs has a unique mode of action, but … Read More

Support Your Diabetes Care with an ALA Supplement

Managing your blood sugar with diabetes can be difficult, time consuming, and stressful. But what if there were natural ways to keep your blood sugar in check, as well as to treat complications that can arise from this disease? Antioxidants, it turns out, are especially effective at treating diabetes, as … Read More

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