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Are you waiting on the Universe to help you kick pre-diabetes in the?  You could have a long wait.

Are you waiting on the Universe to help you kick pre-diabetes in the? You could have a long wait.

Not everyone who has pre-diabetes needs to lose weight so weight-loss isn’t the only focus of pre-diabetes treatment. Pre-diabetes is a medical condition that needs to be treated by making changes in your lifestyle, and, for some, may even require medication to help improve insulin response or lower to lower blood sugar. So what are these ‘lifestyle’ changes? That depends on the individual and may include a variety of things you will need to address that you may not even be aware of.

Treating Pre-Diabetes Aggressively Reduces Serious Health Risks Including Heart Disease

Treating Pre-Diabetes Aggressively Reduces Serious Health Risks Including Heart Disease

“There’s no such thing as a little diabetes,” says Nicholas J. Solomos, M.D., a board certified family practice physician at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. “If your blood sugar is a little high, you should take aggressive action to manage that blood sugar. It’s a red flag that can lead to full-blown diabetes and a much higher risk for heart disease, stroke, kidney damage and other diabetic complications.”

Coffee Increases Risk of Pre-Diabetes

Coffee Increases Risk of Pre-Diabetes

Coffee Increases Prediabetes Risk in Susceptible Young Adults European Society of Cardiology | Release Date:  September 2, 2014 Barcelona, Spain – Tuesday 2 September 2014: Coffee increases the risk of… Read more »

Diabetic Retinopathy Occurs in Pre-Diabetes

Diabetic Retinopathy Occurs in Pre-Diabetes

Diabetic retinopathy has been found in nearly 8 percent of pre-diabetic participants in the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), according to a report presented today at the American Diabetes Association’s 65th Annual Scientific Sessions. Diabetic retinopathy, which can lead to vision loss, was also seen in 12 percent of participants with type 2 diabetes who developed diabetes during the DPP. No other long-term study has evaluated retinopathy in a population so carefully examined for the presence or development of type 2 diabetes.

DNA ‘End-Caps’ Length Linked to Diabetes Risk

DNA ‘End-Caps’ Length Linked to Diabetes Risk

“Age is the most important risk factor for diabetes, and we also know that family heredity plays a very important role. Telomere length is an inherited factor and may make people more prone to develop diabetes,” says Armanios.

People With Pre-Diabetes Who Drop Substantial Weight May Ward Off Type 2 Diabetes

People With Pre-Diabetes Who Drop Substantial Weight May Ward Off Type 2 Diabetes

People with pre-diabetes who lose roughly 10 percent of their body weight within six months of diagnosis dramatically reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes over the next three years, according to results of research led by Johns Hopkins scientists.

Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes?

Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes?

Studies have shown that type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed by losing just 7 percent of body weight (such as 15 pounds if you weigh 200) through regular… Read more »

ADA, AMA and YMCA Applaud Introduction of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Act

ADA, AMA and YMCA Applaud Introduction of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Act

The American Diabetes Association, American Medical Association, and the YMCA of the USA applaud the introduction of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Act (S. 1131/H.R. 2102). Sponsored by Senator Al Franken (D-MN), Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), Representative Susan Davis (D-CA) and Representative Peter King (R-NY), the legislation would provide coverage for the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) to Medicare beneficiaries at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Avalere Health estimates the legislation will save $1.3 billion over 10 years.

Exercise (Yes, Sex Counts) Can Improve Your Mood

Exercise (Yes, Sex Counts) Can Improve Your Mood

Regular physical activity can help keep your thinking, learning, and judgment skills sharp as you age. It can also reduce your risk of depression and may help you sleep better. Research has shown that doing aerobic or a mix of aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities 3 to 5 times a week for 30 to 60 minutes can give you these mental health benefits. Some scientific evidence has also shown that even lower levels of physical activity can be beneficial. That’s great, but does sex count as exercise? (Hint: yes!)

Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Recipe

Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Recipe

If you have pre-diabetes you may be sensitive to gluten, have wheat intolerance, or even Celiac disease. Gluten is in all flours containing wheat and will be the main ingredient in most restaurant and commercial pizza crusts. If you feel bloated after eating pizza it may be the gluten in the crust.

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