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Diabetes can be regulated by daily insulin injections and diet control. Unfortunately, oral medications that have been developed for treating diabetes have proven ineffective for dogs. Every pet is different, so a specific course of treatment will need to be prescribed by your veterinarian. Insulin treatment is usually based on weight, but weekly glucose curves … Read more

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Ceylon cinnamon also seems to reduce several risk factors for cardiovascular disease, including high blood sugar and levels of triglycerides, LDL ("bad") cholesterol, and total cholesterol. Just ½ teaspoon a day for 20 days is enough to improve your insulin response and lower blood sugar by up to 20%.


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Melissa Tower answered Anonymous' question

Depends on your goals. If you're looking to put on muscle, burn fat and put on muscle.

A perfect diet for both these goals would be Oats with blueberries in the morning, a small helping of dry fruits mid day. A good high in protein lunch with brown carbs and chicken or fish as your … Read more

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Fresh pineapple is generally better for your diet than canned, dried, or juiced pineapple.

If you have diabetes, you know how important it is to track the food you eat. Although maintaining your blood sugar levels is important, you must also consider your carbohydrate intake.

Fruits such as pineapple can be a healthy a choice for people … Read more

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Junk food might not be the healthiest choice one could be making, but it sure is tasty, affordable and easily reachable. Nevertheless, there are a lot more disadvantages and arguments that go against eating it, with special emphasis on the health factor. As long as one is strong enough to find and use some sort … Read more

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It has been reported that some doctors in the U.S. Now prescribe exercise for various conditions, but experts believe that this is in need of expansion, that exercise should be a priority, not a sideline in treating diabetes and other life altering health conditions. Furthermore, exercise may actually protect against diabetes, and should be an … Read more

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Melissa Tower answered priyadarshinee ojha's question

yes, diabetic patients can eat sweet corn. Corn contains plenty of healthy nutrients, including iron, vitamins A and B-6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese and selenium. It also provides a high level of fiber and is considered a whole-grain food. To properly include corn in a diabetic diet,