5 Amazing Apps You Need If You Suffer From Diabetes

February 28th, 2014

Millions of people around the world get told they’re suffering from diabetes every year. Once you know about your problem it’s not the end of the world because there is so much you can do. If you treat your diabetes properly you can still live a fulfilling life where you can do almost anything you want. Your life is certainly not over by any stretch of the imagination, but unfortunately you do need to put the work in before it’s too late. Help is at hand and we’re going to look at some apps you should download today.

Fooducate (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/weight-loss-healthy-food-diet/id398436747?mt=8)

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Tips For Maintaining Oral Health When Suffering From Diabetes

February 25th, 2014

Suffering from diabetes means that you need to be extra vigilant about your oral health because the disease increases your risk of developing oral health problems. Diabetes lowers the body’s ability to combat harmful mouth bacteria and high blood sugar boosts bacteria growth. Because of this, people with diabetes are often much more prone to develop gum disease. Below we cover how you can prevent diabetes from having very adverse effects on your oral health.

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Exercises for Diabetic Patients

February 13th, 2014

Diabetes is one of the world’s deadliest diseases and more often, it doesn’t just come in one blow; rather, it slowly consumes your body, fills your system with complication until your body succumbed to its claws.

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How To Identify Diabetes Early: Recognising The Signs

February 11th, 2014

According to the American Diabetes Association, a person can be alerted to the prospect that he or she may have diabetes be recognizing certain signs and symptoms. The reality is, however, that at times and for some people these signs and symptoms are so mild that they actually end up going unnoticed. If a person notices one or a combination of these signs and symptoms, that individual should obtain a diabetes screening from a health care professional.

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