Type 1 diabetes (previously known as juvenile diabetes) is an autoimmune disease that attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells in a person’s pancreas making it so the body is unable to produce insulin. It affects 5 to 10 percent of those people diagnosed with diabetes, and it increases the chance of cardiovascular disease,
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Pre-diabetes often leads to type 2 diabetes, but it doesn’t have to, and you can prevent it by watching your blood pressure, increasing your good cholesterol, and maintaining a healthy weight. All of these things can be achieved in the kitchen, and according to experts, this is how you do
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst discovered that red wine and black tea may regulate blood sugar in people with Type II Diabetes. Manging and regulating blood sugar and preventing major fluctuations is important to type 2 diabetes sufferers so that their illness does not contribute to or encourage other diseases, such