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Good Nutrition Leads to Good Health

Proper nutrition along with physical activity is the key to overall health and well-being. While the focus of nutrition is often times about weight, the benefits of good nutrition are not limited to weight.   Benefits of Good Nutrition   Good nutrition lowers high cholesterol, reduces...

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Four Products for the Best Diabetes Care

Whether you have been living with diabetes for years or have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, it’s important to know where you can go to get quality diabetic products and accessories.   Blood Glucose Testing   A blood glucose test measures the blood sugar levels by using...

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10 Easy and Unique Snack Foods to Bring into Spring!

Being healthy and energized means following a regular mealtime routine, but sometimes you need a pick me up to get you through your day. Here are 10 simple and creative snacks for your mid-afternoon lull.   1. Graham Crackers and Grapes   Take a graham cracker and smear 1 tbsp of cream...

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Shopping for Rollators? Look for These Helpful Features!

Though limited mobility is not a condition that plagues aging members of our society exclusively, a person who is suffering from the effects of arthritis, weakness, osteoarthritis, a spinal cord injury, or back, hip, and leg trauma, may greatly benefit from the sense of independence that a walking...

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The Different Stages of Foot Ulcers

Prompt wound care is essential in halting the progression of skin breakdown. Foot ulcers are also known as pressure ulcers or stasis ulcers, and are common for people living with Diabetes. When you have diabetes, you may have a condition known as diabetic neuropathy. This can cause a loss of...

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Quick Low Calorie Recipes for Everyone to Enjoy!

Living with Diabetes and knowing recipes is a big part of staying ahead of your food choices when trying to change your lifestyle into one of low sugar, exercise, losing weight and feeling good. Here are some quick no-cook recipes and ideas for healthy desserts that can help you conquer those food...

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How Diet Affects Diabetes Type 2 and What Foods to Avoid

For people living with type 2 diabetes, your insulin level is very sensitive to food choices. You may have been told to avoid eating too many starches, processed foods, or foods with a lot of sodium, but are you aware of some of the more subtle food combinations that can cause slight insulin...

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Compression Socks and Gloves May Benefit People Looking to Get Fit

Which thoughts come into your head when you see a pair of compression socks on sale? Do you think that they’re just for people living with diabetes and pregnant women? If so, please allow us a few moments to talk about another group of people who may benefit from using them. The information we...

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Medical Masks and Living With Diabetes

Medical masks are no longer being worn by only doctors and nurses, but are being worn by regular members of the public, as well. There is a multitude of reasons as to why people are wearing medical masks, but among the most important reason is to protect the person wearing them from germs and...

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