Gestational Diabetes Diet for a Pregnant Woman

What is Gestational Diabetes? When women develop high blood sugar during their pregnancy, it is termed as gestational diabetes. It commonly occurs in the second or later stage of their pregnancy, but a woman can be tested positive for gestational diabetes at any stage of the pregnancy. The condition is temporary and most times it […]

11 Myths About Diabetes Which People Believe

Diabetes is a disease in which the blood sugar levels become very high. The signs of diabetes are hunger, increased thirst, going to the toilet at night frequently, tiredness, fatigue, dry mouth, blurred vision, itchy skin, unexplained weight loss, slow healing of cuts and wounds. There is a pain in the legs along with numbness. […]

Weight Loss Can Help In Reversing Type-2 Diabetes

Scientists have shown fat accumulating in the pancreas causes the disease and losing less than one gram from the organ can reverse the life-limiting illness and restore insulin production. But now researchers have shown that the disease can be reversed, even in obese people who have had the condition for a long time. Image Source […]

Diet Delight: 8 Best Foods To Help You Control Diabetes

We present you the 8 best foods so that you know how to prevent diabetes. Apples Apples are naturally low in calories, yet their high fiber content (4 grams) fills you up, battles bad cholesterol, and blunts blood-sugar swings. Eat them whole and unpeeled for the greatest benefit, or make a quick ‘baked’ apple. After washing […]

The Formidable Link between Diabetes and Hypertension

Hypertension: The Silent Killer Hypertension, also known the “silent killer,” hypertension usually has no signs or symptoms and many people are not aware they have it. High blood pressure increases a person’s risk of heart attack and stroke. It often occurs with diabetes. A blood pressure that is higher than 140/90 needs to be monitored, especially […]