Type 2 Diabetes encompasses a number of different diseases that all affect the body's ability to either make or use the hormone insulin. While some of these diseases are autoimmune and sometimes genetically linked, many are primarily affected by lifestyle choices made gradually over many years.Is Type 2 Diabetes Reversible?NinaGhamrawi
Do you struggle with remembering to check your blood sugars? Are you not sure when the best time to check might be? Forgetting your meter at home, or interrupting an activity to check can be tiresome and inconvenient. To learn ways to effortlessly incorporate checking blood glucose into your routine, it is important to set up a plan.Choosing the Glucose Monitoring Schedule that Works for YouNinaGhamrawi
There is a huge industry around supplements to help you ‘cure’ diseases and ‘flush out’ toxins. But many supplement companies market their products without solid evidence to support their claims. But don’t believe everything that you hear. In this article, we’ll uncover some of the Diabetes supplements on the market and the research around them.Supplements for DiabetesNinaGhamrawi
Some refer to this type of diabetes as “type 1.5 diabetes" because it’s not type 1 or type 2 but is similar to both diseases.What is Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA)?
Whether you are newly diagnosed with diabetes or a veteran at diabetes management, it’s important to understand how alcohol affects your blood sugar. This article provides you with an overview of what happens in the body when you drink alcohol, how alcohol affects blood sugar levels, and what you can do to make sure you are able to enjoy a drink or two without compromising your health. How Alcohol Affects Blood Sugar
People that have type 1 diabetes find that having a routine, eating a nutritious and healthy diet at regular scheduled times, physical activity and taking medication (insulin) can keep blood sugars within range.Type 1 Diabetes Treatment Options
Dreaming of the future and planning a family can be very exciting. Preconception planning, planning before pregnancy, helps to make sure that both you and your baby are healthy during and after pregnancy. This is especially important for women who have diabetes. Read this article if you would like to learn more!Preconception Planning with Diabetes
Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a serious complication of diabetes that can be life-threatening. DKA is most common among people with type 1 diabetes. People with type 2 diabetes can also develop DKA. Read on to learn more about DKA, how you can prevent DKA, and how to treat it if needed.Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) and DiabetesNinaGhamrawi