“Apple cider vinegar is the most popular type of vinegar in the natural health community.
It is claimed to lead to all sorts of benefits, many of which are supported by science.
This includes weight loss, reduced cholesterol, lower blood sugar levels and improved symptoms of diabetes.
It is also an ancient folk remedy, and has been used for various household and cooking purposes.
Here are 6 health benefits of apple cider vinegar that are supported by scientific research.”
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“According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 30 million Americans have diabetes, of which 90–95 percent have type 2 diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes usually develops in people over the age of 45, though there has been an increase in recent years of the disease developing in children, teens, and young adults.
Although type 2 diabetes comes with serious health risks, it’s often highly manageable through diet, medications, healthy lifestyle habits, and strong friends and family support systems.
Here is a list of 10 celebrities with type 2 diabetes who continue to live or have lived exciting, healthy, and fulfilling lives.”
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“Anxious about complications? Burned out? Your diabetes may be taking a toll on your mind as well as your body. It’s likely not depression you’re experiencing but diabetes distress. “
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“If you’ve got type 2 diabetes, your risk of developing life-threatening health problems like heart disease and kidney disease is significantly greater than for people without diabetes. However, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it.
Here are six things you can do to help minimize your risk factors, boost your longevity, and improve your general health and well-being.”
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“If your medicine cabinet is busting at its seams with diabetes supplies, it may be time for you to find a better organization method. Here are some practical tips on keeping your supplies at the ready without being overwhelmed by them.”
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“Living with diabetes can feel like a full-time job. For some, the stress of self-managing their diabetes can take an emotional toll.
According to a 2009 Diabetes Care article by psychologists William Polonsky, Lawrence Fisher, et al., “Living with diabetes can be tough. In the face of a complex, demanding, and often confusing set of self-care directives, patients may become frustrated, angry, overwhelmed, and/or discouraged. Diabetes-related conflict with loved ones may develop, and relationships with health care providers may become strained. The risk of depression is elevated. As a result, motivation for self-care may be impaired.”
“Have you ever had a famous Kentucky Hot Brown Sandwich? We’ve recreated this popular open-faced sandwich recipe in a healthier version, so you can enjoy a restaurant classic without feeling any guilt. Grab your fork and knife, and get ready to enjoy! ”
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“It’s important to be aware of your beverage choices since the average 12-ounce can of cola contains 155 calories and 37 g, or about 3 tablespoons, of sugar. Over time that plays a role in how well you manage your diabetes as well as your overall health.”
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– Easily log blood glucose, medication, meals, in one entry
– Track trends in your blood sugar, insulin, weight, blood pressure, A1C, and more!
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– See changes in your blood sugar and carb intake on an hourly basis
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– Supports glucose units mg/dL and mmol/L
– Integrates with Apple Health App (Devices & Apps -> Apple Health Data)
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