Is Diabetes Genetic? Amongst the pressing concerns of individuals with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes is whether or not to a certain extent, this extremely serious medical condition has been passed onto them, and/or will their descendants inherit it. Wondering wheth ... Read more
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Can you eat peanut butter in diabetes? Is it safe? Does it have any ill effects? These are some questions that often come in your mind if you are recently diagnosed with diabetes and love to sit with a jar full of peanut butter, anytime. In this blog, we will try to enl ... Read more
The Diabetes Guidelines of the American Diabetes Association tell us about diabetes treatment and its complications. The ADA statement was revised based on new evidence on diabetes treatment and reiterated the importance of regulation through lifestyle and treatments ov ... Read more
An important part of the long-term management of diabetes is carefully calculating one’s food intake. This is to properly monitor how the body will behave in terms of its blood glucose production. Individuals with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes have very strict dieta ... Read more
July 16, 2020
What is Hemochromatosis (Bronze Diebetes)? Hemochromatosis, also known as bronze diabetes, is a disorder that prompts the body to absorb and accumulate excess iron. The intestines absorb a specific amount of iron from an individual’s food intake, ... Read more
Diabetes is the most common metabolic disorder in the world. In 2019, approximately 9.3 percent of adults between the ages of 20 and 79 years worldwide were known to have diabetes. While diabetes is a collective term, there are several different types: Type 1, Type 2 an ... Read more