Are Whole Grains the Diabetes Solution You’ve Been Looking For?

Researchers in Denmark conducted a study this month proposing that whole cereal grains like rye, oats, and wheat have the potential to lower an individual’s risk of developing diabetes. Out of the 55,000 participants in the study, a little under 13% developed diabetes. Those who ate the highest amount of whole grains (50g per day) ended up having the lowest …

The 3 Biggest Nutrition Missteps Diabetics Make

Managing diabetes can feel like a full-time job. Maybe worse is the endless amounts of confusing and conflicting information that make it almost possible to know how to best support health and healing. There are surely basics like eating whole foods, avoiding sugar, and drinking plenty of water, but even those recommendations must be refined and tailored to each person. …

10 Fast Snacks to Support Balanced Blood Sugar

Balancing blood sugar is tricky if you are suffering from impaired glucose metabolism and diabetes. In healthy people, carbohydrates are broken down into glucose and shuttled to cells to generate fuel. Between meals, when glucose is low, the body can use glucose stores (glycogen) and fat for fuel. The best snack between meals is one that is packed with nutrients …

Trending: Loss of Limb – the Diabetic Complication that is Derailing Lives in San Diego County

Diabetic complications are some of the most dreaded secondary conditions of chronic illness – with the potential to threaten lives, diabetics should make every effort possible to avoid them. Amputations are becoming the shocking new norm in southern California’s San Diego county. As doctors continue to book more and more surgical procedures to remove toes, feet, and even entire legs …