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FREE DIABETES INFORMATION #219790
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Hello everyone,
Here is a site to get free information on the care and feeding of diabetes.

http://www.diabeteswellness.net/information/default.asp

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Re: FREE DIABETES INFORMATION [Re: C. Kimura] #289729
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Apreciate this smile ... very usefull informations


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Thank you so much. I have saved website to faves and will visited it when I have more time.

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other useful informations about diabetes care
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Find your solution on this site this site show how we remain physically fit ? BellaOnline ALERT: Raw URLs are not allowed in these forums for security reasons. Please use UBB code. If you don't know how to do UBB code just post here for help - we will help out!


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Re: FREE DIABETES INFORMATION [Re: C. Kimura] #465506
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See also this site providing info about diabetes symptoms, causes, consequences and treatment also for free

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Hello Cindy Kimura Thanks very much for providing us a website where we can take lot of information about of diabetes.

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Really Good Information about Diabetes

The Diabetes Health magazine eNewsletter has a good article:
Really Great Information about Diabetes Medications

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Here is a list of all the AHRQ publications about diabetes.

Among the summary guides, a couple of the best are the Guide to Premixed Insulin for Type 2 Diabetes and the Guide to Pills for Type 2 Diabetes. They're a lot like Consumer Reports for diabetes meds, right down to the grid charts with the check marks. Both guides start with the basics, even including directions on how to pronounce hypoglycemia, but they're also remarkably thorough. The pill guide compares every pill, from its good effects to its side effects, and concludes with detailed pricing comparisons. The premixed insulin guide also starts with the basics and is equally comprehensive, starting with a diabetes primer and again ending with price comparisons. If you are at all confused about diabetes pills or premixed insulin, take a look at these guides. After reading them, you won't be confused any longer.
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


I highly recommend the Children with Diabetes web page for Type One diabetes information.

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Re: FREE DIABETES INFO [The 7 Mistakes] [Re: C. Kimura] #522015
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Hello, There's a white paper that you can request a free download titled &quot; [url=http://www.deathtodiabetes.com/]The 7 Mistakes That Diabetics Make[/url] &quot; -- lots of good info for Type 2s. Explains the typical mistakes that diabetics make, and how to overcome them. Richard

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Over 68% of patients with Type II Diabetes suffer from Hypochlorhydria or Achlorhydria. Many of these people are seriously overweight, and have difficulty loosing weight. One of the contributing factors to this problem is the lack of conversion and sterilization of the nutrients consumed. When proteins are starches are not converted in the Stomach, they enter the Small bowel and result in a build up of body fat. Proper diet and exercise will cause a reduction in body fat, however the lack of proper conversion in the Gut will not allow the person to maintain the desired weight. The ingestion of acid foods causes the body's cell structure to release Glycogen from the liver and inturn prevents the body from burning fat. Correction the unbalanced pH conditon of the digestive process will improve the glucose tolerance curves of many of these patients. Correcting the unbalanced conditon in the digestive process can be acomplished by having a pH diagnostic test.

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[quote=rjames13]Hello, There's a white paper that you can request a free download titled &quot; [url=http://www.deathtodiabetes.com/]The 7 Mistakes That Diabetics Make[/url] &quot; -- lots of good info for Type 2s. Explains the typical mistakes that diabetics make, and how to overcome them.[/quote] Thanks Richards. Good info :)

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Because I am a more natural remedies type, here are a few herbs for diabetes I researched: 1. Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus) Bilberry fruits and leaves have an astringent action and reduces blood glucose. 2. White Mulberry (Morus alba) &amp; Black Mulberry (Morus nigra) Mulberry leaves regulate glycemia. 3. Common Sage (Salvia officinalis) &quot;Sage increases the body sensitivity to insulin up to 2-3 times&quot; reports a German study on this topic. 4. Common chicory (Cichorium intybus) Chicory leaves and roots are recommended in diabetes diet. Chicory contains inulin, a substance that increases the body's glucose tolerance. 5. Dandelion (Taraxacum officinalis). Dandelion stimulates digestion and helps spleen, liver, pancreas and gall function. 6. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) Nettle is used as a diuretic and an adjuvant in diabetes. Consumed as fresh juice or infusion, nettle may help lower blood glucose. 7. Walnut (Juglans regia) leaves lower glycosuria and diminishes thirst. 8. Burdock (Arctium lappa) purifies the blood. 9. Globe Artichoke (Cynara scolymus). In addition to the powerful cholagogue effect, Artichokes reducing sugar content in blood. 10. Dog Rose (Rosa canina) leaves are full of vitamins and can help strengthen the body. I hope you find this useful.

Re: FREE DIABETES INFO [The 7 Mistakes] [Re: jacobmd] #615060
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Really thanks for it , its a good thing that you have to share the important knowledge with everyone.As today every third person is victim of this disease. Keep it up sharing.

Re: FREE DIABETES INFORMATION [Re: C. Kimura] #622200
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Hello Friends, Myself Jame Woods here... I'm Newbie Here... Here I got very nice information about Diabetes. It's really very Helpful. I just want to share some very basic information about Diabetes. i.e. [b]About Pre-Diabetes:[/b] Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of diabetes. People with pre-diabetes are at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes and for heart disease and stroke. The good news is, if you have pre-diabetes, you can reduce your risk of getting diabetes. With modest weight loss and moderate physical activity, you can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes and even return to normal glucose levels. I hope this information would find you very helpful. Thanks and Regards, James Woods

Re: FREE DIABETES INFO [The 7 Mistakes] [Re: jacobmd] #695585
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wonderful post, thanks for great information. have bookmarked it to read it in my free time. Thanks for sharing

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