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Published: Fri, 23 Feb 2018 06:50:01 -0600

 



Type 2 Diabetes - Diabetic Neuropathy Found To Be Linked With Hearing Loss

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Neuropathy, or nerve damage, is a common complication of Type 2 diabetes, affecting 10 to 65 percent of people diagnosed with this disease. About 25 percent of Type 2 diabetics have painful neuropathy even in those diabetics with overall proper blood sugar management but with intermittent elevations of their blood sugar. Many complain of numbness, shooting pains, and a pins-and-needles sensation especially in the feet, and therefore the condition raises the risk of falls. Scientists at Huazhong University of Science and Technology and several other research facilities in China found a link between diabetic neuropathy and hearing loss.



Type 2 Diabetes - You Have Great Opportunities to Prevent Disease

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 12:59:01 -0600

What many people do not realize is the incredible opportunity they have before them. Whether we like it or not, life can be difficult. One of life's most challenging components is health and well-being. Your health is almost always guaranteed to degrade at some point, and more likely than not, you will have to face some severe health issue eventually if you have not already. These are the usual circumstances for the majority of people. On a long enough timeline, we will pass on: this is just the way it is. But this is why you ought to make the most out of your time here because any other option is just not good enough.



Type 2 Diabetes - Managing Your Blood Sugar Starts and Ends With You

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 13:59:02 -0600

It is easy to look for something or someone to blame for unacceptable outcomes in our life. At times taking full responsibility often proves to be a challenging exercise as blaming yourself can cause one to feel demoralized. And not taking responsibility when you know you probably should, can be a relief from the burden of responsibility. As a result, it is much more common to take the route where you are not the one to blame; even if you have a gut feeling suggesting you have not been honest with yourself.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - Three Great Ways To Start Your Day

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:59:01 -0600

Looking to get your day off to a great start? Remember building better health begins with little day-to-day actions. By planning your morning routine better, you can get off to a fresh start and feel good about where your life is heading. Here are three great ways to start your day. Ask yourself, are you doing these? If not, now is the time to start.



Type 2 Diabetes - Eye Problems in Infants of Mothers Diagnosed With Gestational Diabetes

Sat, 17 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

In February of 2018, the Journal of Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal Medicine reported on a study from Soroka University Medical Center and the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel. Scientists there found a link between mothers who had been treated for Gestational or pregnancy-related diabetes and eye disease present in their children.



Type 2 Diabetes - Improve Your Health Outlook To Live Longer

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 13:59:02 -0600

Everyone can benefit from being physically active and as you are aware people who are at risk for Type 2 diabetes have even more to gain from being active. No doubt you want to be healthy and know how to take care of your body. Most people, regardless of their stage in life, want to be healthier. The issue is we often do not prioritize this goal: we tend to lose sight of it. Other things take priority if we don't end up outright forgetting about it. The idea we do not appreciate what we have until it's gone could not be more accurate where our health is concerned.



Type 2 Diabetes - A Smartphone App to Help Women Diagnosed With Gestational Diabetes

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Again and again, education proves to be a boon to people who have been diagnosed with diabetes including Type 2 and Gestational diabetes. In December of 2017, the journal Acta Diabetology reported on a study showing women with a higher education level fared better than less well-educated women when dealing with Gestational diabetes.



How To Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes On Your Own

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 14:43:15 -0600

Most people with type 2 diabetes think they're stuck with the disease for life. That's not true. Many top doctors know the processes to reverse type 2 diabetes but are looked down upon by their colleagues for revealing the secrets. Why? Because once you know this information you won't need to depend on them for diabetes treatments and medications.



Type 2 Diabetes - Do The Food Police Annoy You?

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 12:59:01 -0600

If you have had Type 2 diabetes for any length of time, you will be familiar with the term "food police." It refers to anybody who tells you what you should and should not be eating. You can't say the person does not have good intentions: but often they don't fully understand what they are telling you and why their information is sometimes inaccurate. You may be sitting in a caf? with a friend or family member, and you ordered a piece of cake to eat with your coffee. When the cake arrives, it is covered with cream and chocolate. Your friend knows you have Type 2 diabetes and want to lose weight, and say you should not be eating cake.



Type 2 Diabetes - How Challenging Is Managing Diabetes?

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 13:59:01 -0600

When it comes to facing challenging health goals, the top of most people's lists will look very similar. Weight loss is practically a certainty. Staying healthy despite aging is also up there, and so is managing cardiovascular health, with all of its components: blood vessel health, heart function, etc. Type 2 diabetes may not be the first item on the list, but it should be near the top. When it isn't, it is being underestimated because managing your food choices, blood sugar levels and your body weight is indeed a challenging task. It is not because of a high degree of difficulty as much as the discipline and commitment it requires, which is what proves to be a source of struggle for many people.



Type 2 Diabetes - Lifestyle Intervention To Prevent Diabetes After Pregnancy

Sat, 10 Feb 2018 12:59:01 -0600

In February of 2018, the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism reported on a trial of a lifestyle intervention that helped women who had a history of Gestational diabetes or pregnancy-related diabetes, prevent developing Type 2 diabetes down the track. Scientists at Helsinki University and various other research facilities in Finland found a group of women receiving a diet and physical activity intervention dramatically reduced their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Unconventional Diabetic

Fri, 09 Feb 2018 13:59:01 -0600

If you have diabetes, you share something in common with many people. It may not seem this way, as it is not a condition that is in your face. But do not doubt it for a second. There are likely many people around you who also have diabetes, particularly Type 2. This is especially true if you live in western society.



Type 2 Diabetes - Predicting High Blood Pressure and Preeclampsia in Women With Gestational Diabetes

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Women with Gestational diabetes or pregnancy-related diabetes, are at risk for developing high blood pressure and preeclampsia, a condition that can lead to eclampsia or convulsions, and death. In February of 2018, the online journal PLOS ONE reported on a study showing a molecule called FAB protein 4 (FABP4) could be used to predict the likelihood of high blood pressure and preeclampsia developing before there were any signs and symptoms.



Type 2 Diabetes - Ten Ways To Have a Fun, Physically Active Lifestyle And Lower Blood Sugar

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:59:01 -0600

A physically active lifestyle does not mean you are spending your spare time in exercise classes or jogging to work, you can burn calories doing different activities, most of which take place outside of the gym. And, by breaking free of the gym once in a while, you renew your enthusiasm to hit the gym again for your strength training sessions - which are a must if you hope to manage your Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - Putting an End to Diabetes One Step At A Time

Tue, 06 Feb 2018 13:59:01 -0600

So you have Type 2 diabetes. You may feel treating this disease is an impossible task, and not because you have heard this from someone else. You may have been handling your diet plan yourself. Perhaps you believed you were eating healthy foods and were unsuccessful at maintaining stable blood sugar levels and weight loss. Not achieving the results you desire is common. Having Type 2 diabetes is not a joke - treating it successfully takes serious work. Most of all, it takes time and patience. It is unreasonable to expect a condition that took years to develop to be reversed in a few short weeks.



Type 2 Diabetes - Is Different Brain Development The Result of Adolescent-Onset Diabetes?

Sun, 04 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

A pilot study of youth who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes compared with youth of the same age without the condition, showed different sizes of the brain in various regions. The study was reported on in January of 2018 by the Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism.



Type 2 Diabetes - Adjusting To Living Well With Diabetes

Sun, 04 Feb 2018 12:59:01 -0600

Did you just find out you have Type 2 diabetes? Sadly, this is often a devastating revelation for many people. If you have received your diagnosis recently, it likely has not been different for you: you may feel overcome with negative emotion. In many cases, it is a temporary response, at least the intense feelings are. Usually, anxiety leaves once you decide to fight against the disease actively. But you will not have to worry about being anxious because your choice is going to be to take control of your life. Right? A great many people live quite successfully with Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - Pesticides Have Been Found to Raise The Risk of Diabetes

Sat, 03 Feb 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Scientists at Naresuan University in Thailand have found a link between poisons used in farming and Type 2 diabetes. Their work was reported on in the journal Environmental Health and Prevention Medicine in January of 2018. The researchers compared lifetime pesticide exposure in 866 people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes with 1021 nondiabetic individuals. The diabetes cases were linked with exposure to all types of pesticides.



Type 2 Diabetes - Kid Friendly Snacks For Children With or Without Diabetes

Sat, 03 Feb 2018 12:59:02 -0600

There is a lot of talk about adults who are dealing with Type 2 diabetes and how it is best for them to manage their blood sugar levels and their body weight. But what about children who have Type 2 diabetes? If your children are dealing with excess body weight, unstable blood sugar levels and have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, or they are showing signs of prediabetes, it is important you as their parent are mindful of their nutrition. While it can be a challenge to get your children to eat anything healthy, you need to persist. By giving them options that will not cause huge blood sugar fluctuations, you can prevent unwanted symptoms from occurring.



Type 2 Diabetes - Does Blood Sugar Control Affect Sleep Quality?

Wed, 31 Jan 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Scientists at Yokohama City University Medical Center and several other research centers in Japan noted people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes often have either long or short intervals of sleep, but little was known about the quality of sleep they experienced. In January of 2018, the online journal PLOS ONE reported on the Yokohama study, showing sleep quality was poor in people with Type 2 diabetes who had poor blood sugar control.



Type 2 Diabetes - Is The Zone Diet A Good Choice For Diabetics?

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 13:59:01 -0600

One popular diet you may have heard about is the Zone diet. And you may have read many people have found good results; but is it ideal for those who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes? Let us take a closer look.



Type 2 Diabetes - Is Hearing Loss More Common in People With Diabetes?

Sun, 28 Jan 2018 15:59:01 -0600

In January of 2018, the journal Acta Otolaryngology reported on a study of hearing in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at the Capital Medical University in Beijing, China found having prediabetes or full-blown Type 2 diabetes can raise the risk of hearing problems. They studied 51 people who had diabetes, 55 with prediabetes, and 43 healthy participants. The researchers performed hearing tests on all the participants and used a medical history questionnaire to learn which of the participants suffered ringing in their ears.



Can Chia Seeds Reverse Diabetes?

Sun, 28 Jan 2018 12:05:02 -0600

The health and nutrition industry has been all agog for some years now about chia seeds, one of the so-called super-foods. But can they really reverse type 2 diabetes? Are they as healthy as they are hyped up to be? Do they have any negative side-effects? How should you eat them?



Type 2 Diabetes - Searching For The Cause of Gestational Diabetes

Sat, 27 Jan 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Scientists at St. Joseph's Healthcare in Ontario Canada have reported on what could be the causes and potential prevention of Gestational diabetes or diabetes of pregnancy. In January of 2018, their work was published in the journal Placenta. The placenta feeds the fetus and partly takes over control of the mother's blood sugar level. The mother develops slight insulin resistance, and this then causes her blood sugar level to rise to enable the fetus to get sufficient levels of sugar. In Gestational diabetes too much insulin resistance develops, raising blood sugar levels to a high and unhealthy level.



Type 2 Diabetes - Fight Diabetes With Physical Activity

Sat, 27 Jan 2018 12:59:01 -0600

If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and you understand your disease, then it almost certainly brings you dread. Perhaps not a debilitating amount, but enough to leave you feeling uneasy. The potential to find yourself in a precarious or dangerous situation may be enough to fill you with fear. But fear can be a great motivator for action. When it comes to Type 2 diabetes, you may need all the motivation you can get. It is not that managing Type 2 diabetes, and high blood sugar readings are inherently challenging; it is more a matter of persistence than pure difficulty. It takes endurance especially of the mind, to win the fight against unstable blood sugar readings and the effects of Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - Creating A Weekly Routine

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 13:59:01 -0600

Do you have a routine to take care of your health? This should be an easy question to answer, as either you do or you don't. Are you trying to implement a routine? Many think it is easier said than done but realistically, it's not that hard, especially when you choose to think rationally about it. In other words, missing one day of working out when you should have gone to the gym does not mean you have failed. And a routine is not something you do temporarily, as is often the case with weight loss. A 3-month plan can be useful, but it is not ideal. What is perfect are long-term changes - particularly those without a timeline. The best way to make these changes is by creating and adopting a weekly routine.



Type 2 Diabetes - Lowering Your Oxidative Stress Levels

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Oxidative stress, or the production of an overload of ions called free radicals, is thought to be closely linked to the development of Type 2 diabetes and at least some of its complications. Scientists at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran found resveratrol supplements lowered oxidative stress in a small number of people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Their work was reported on in January of 2018 in the medical journal Acta Diabetology.



A 3 Step Method to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 11:08:55 -0600

I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in August of 04. What I have learned over the past 13 years is that diabetes type 2 can be reversed. I have seen it happen. If you can get your A1c numbers down below 6.0 to say 5.5, then you no longer have diabetes and as long as, you maintain these blood sugar levels, you will be diabetes free.



Type 2 Diabetes - Are Younger Populations at Risk?

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:59:01 -0600

There is a common misconception surrounding Type 2 diabetes. It has to do with the idea it only afflicts older populations. While the average person does not fully understand diabetes, they do know there are two different types, and one is the kind that strikes early in life. Since Type 2 diabetes is commonly associated with middle-aged adults or those in the later stages of life, it creates a grey area between the two types. If someone develops diabetes before the age of forty, especially if they are in their twenties, it can feel confusing. Unfortunately, we are now seeing adult-onset diabetes striking younger and younger populations.



Eating Healthy With Diabetes

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:15:18 -0600

Healthy eating could be the most vital tool which you have in managing one's diabetes. It can make one's blood glucose control less difficult because what you eat has an immediate effect on your blood sugar levels. Here is the reason: During the day, most of the food is turned into glucose, a kind of glucose, which enters the bloodstream. If you choose foods that cause your blood glucose to rise excessively, and it continues to be higher over time, medical problems may build up.



Type 2 Diabetes - Further Reasons to Prevent Developing Gestational Diabetes

Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:59:01 -0600

We have known for some years mothers who have been diagnosed with Gestational diabetes, or pregnancy-related diabetes, run a high risk of developing Type 2 diabetes within 5 to 10 years after delivery. Now, according to scientists at the University of Auckland in New Zealand and several research institutions in the United Kingdom, have found links between Gestational diabetes and both high blood pressure and ischemic heart disease. Their work was reported on in January 2018 by the online journal PLOS Medicine.



Type 2 Diabetes - How Quickly Should You Be Making Progress With Your Fitness?

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 13:59:01 -0600

One of the most commonly asked questions regarding fitness is in progress. How quickly should one expect to make progress? How long will it take until I have the body shape I'm looking for? These are questions often asked by people before they even begin to work out. During the holiday season at the beginning of the year, resolutions come to mind for many people. Some of those who are sedentary may make the necessary decision to become active, which is excellent. If they are entirely new to the gym, they might speak with a personal trainer to get their questions answered and be given introductory guidance.



Type 2 Diabetes - Gestational Diabetes Raises The Risk of Heart and Blood Vessel Disease

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:59:01 -0600

Researchers at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre and several research institutions in Canada linked Gestational diabetes or pregnancy-related diabetes with a high risk for heart and blood vessel disease for up to 25 years. Their study was reported on in January 2018 in Acta Diabetology. The investigators compared 67,356 women diagnosed with Gestational diabetes and 1,003,311 without the condition, for approximately 25 years after the women gave birth.



Diabetes, the Modern Day Plague

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 14:15:01 -0600

Is diabetes the modern day plague? Research on the number of the population having this illness would suggest so.



Alcohol and Diabetes Symptoms

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 13:23:54 -0600

Here we will learn the effects of heavy drinking on diabetes. The effects can be quite alarming.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - Building Consistency in a Healthy Diet and Exercise

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 12:59:01 -0600

There are likely two areas in your life you would like to improve: nutrition and fitness. The diet and fitness industry are not tremendous in scope without reason. It is a result of incredible demand for high-quality advice and guidance in these areas. Whether some of us realize it or not, it is important to eat healthily and take care of our body. Fortunately, many people learn this at some point. Maturity and aging bring many revelations. The most prominent may be we often take our time for granted but also our health and well-being.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating - Are You Eating Whole-Wheat Pasta?

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 07:02:11 -0600

Some foods are considered staples in a healthy eating plan, and for a good reason. It would benefit any individual to implement them into their diet, and this is especially the case if there is a condition that must be managed, like Type 2 diabetes or high cholesterol. In some cases, you could consider it essential to introduce a few of these healthy foods. It would be a shame to fall victim to a preventable disease, just because of poor food choices. Let us focus on the healthy staples. Arguably, one of the best additions any adult could make in their diet is whole-wheat pasta. Why? Whole-grains are great for you, and carbohydrates are essential.



Common Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

Mon, 08 Jan 2018 11:20:13 -0600

Type 2 Diabetes is a profoundly established disease that impacts the way your body handles glucose, a kind of sugar, in your blood. What Causes Diabetes? Your pancreas makes a hormone called insulin.



Why Your Metabolic Age Matters

Sun, 31 Dec 2017 15:05:18 -0600

Metabolic age is a word that is bandied about a lot by fitness gurus. But what is metabolic age and what does it signify? If it is too high, how can you improve it? And is it relevant when you are trying to beat your diabetes?



Diabetes: Complications and Management

Thu, 28 Dec 2017 09:20:02 -0600

Chronic diseases are reflected to be the foremost public health concern currently (or within modern societies). According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), diabetes is now one of the largest global health emergencies of the 21st century. Without effective management, the increase in diabetes could lead to a further increase in complications such as cardiovascular disease, kidney failure, blindness and lower-limb amputations.



Type 2 Diabetes - Psoriasis Is a Risk Factor for the Metabolic Syndrome

Sun, 24 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

According to dermatologists - skin specialists, and endocrinologists - gland specialists at the University of Verona in Verona, Italy, the skin condition psoriasis raises the risk of developing the metabolic syndrome. Their report was published in the January and February 2018 copy of the Journal of Clinical Dermatology. Psoriasis is a non-contagious skin disorder in which skin cells divide too fast and slough off in white or transparent scales. The metabolic syndrome is similar to Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - Do You Feel Having Diabetes Is Your Fault?

Sun, 24 Dec 2017 12:59:01 -0600

Guilt is not only uncomfortable but also crippling. If you have strong feelings of guilt, it is going to hurt you one way or another: over the long-term, it can degrade your mental health as it lingers. In some ways, mental health can be considered more precious than even your physical well-being. If you have guilt stemming from a health problem, you need to let it go. Let us talk about how to do this with any guilt you may have surrounding your Type 2 diabetes



Type 2 Diabetes - Searching for the Root Cause of Gestational Diabetes

Sat, 23 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Gestational or pregnancy-related diabetes is much like Type 2 diabetes in that the pregnant woman develops a resistance to insulin. Scientists at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, linked two molecules to the condition: adiponectin which is involved in insulin sensitivity, and resistin which is also involved in insulin resistance. Resistance to insulin in the body is the cause of both Gestational and Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Best Exercises For Boosting Insulin Sensitivity

Sat, 23 Dec 2017 12:59:01 -0600

To help combat Type 2 diabetes, one of the top things you want to be doing is looking to improve your insulin sensitivity. Insulin sensitivity refers to how well your body responds to the carbohydrates you consume. If your body has a healthy sensitivity to insulin, you will move carbohydrates into your muscle cells, helping to build new lean muscle mass and prepare your body for future exercise. Those who have reduced insulin sensitivity, on the other hand, tend to convert the carbs they eat to body fat stores very quickly; this means they usually end up gaining weight because of it.



Type 2 Diabetes - Are You Hungry, or Eating Out of Habit?

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 13:59:01 -0600

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 56% of Americans between the ages of 20 and 74 are overweight, and 30% of that figure are obese. Unfortunately, it has become the norm to be an overweight adult. This is mainly due to a physically inactive lifestyle and overeating. When people with Type 2 diabetes are looked at as a group, more than 80% are overweight. With just a little weight loss blood sugar levels may drop significantly. Weight loss is not an easy thing considering our sedentary lifestyles but physical inactivity is easily fixed.



Self-Esteem: A Booster Dose for Diabetes Self-Care

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 14:04:11 -0600

Self-esteem is a complete realization and expression of your self-worth. It's how you view yourself and it reflects your own attitude towards others. It can be your "self-image" beliefs, emotional state, and "self-worth" or "self-concept" that mirrors positivism or negativism. The world echos your self-respect and it is vitally important in enhancing your self-care with Diabetes.



14 Weight Loss Tips for Type 2 Diabetes

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 14:03:09 -0600

Weight loss is considered to be a hard time unless if you are getting use to the gym life then only a minimal push through is needed for compliance in the program. But if you're not, or never been to a workout plans in your whole life then you better get some compelling reasons to do so here. Going to the gym for the right ground is not forceful but it's a graceful move of saying "Yes, I still want to live healthy", or "Yes, I want to feel great about myself", in spite of diabetes.



Diabetic Nutrition - Meal Planning In Action

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 14:01:51 -0600

Diabetic nutrition, diet, and weight control are the foundation of diabetes management. The most objective in dietary and nutritional management of diabetes is control of total caloric intake to maintain a reasonable body weight and stabilize the blood glucose level. Success of this alone is often with reversal of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes.



8 Natural Remedies for Diabetic Neuropathy

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 14:00:22 -0600

"Is there a cure for diabetic neuropathy?" Well, until now there is none but the good news is, there are ways to manage it, even delay or lessen its effects and halt its progression. Not all diabetic people have develop neuropathy to some extent, however, majority of diabetic cases were able to live through it. Natural remedies for Diabetic Neuropathy will help you keep the symptoms under control.



Type 2 Diabetes - What Does the Mother Having Gestational Diabetes Mean to the Child Years Later?

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

According to a study performed at the Laval University in Quebec, Canada, children of Gestational diabetic pregnancies have more belly fat than children from a regular pregnancy. The study was reported on in December of 2017 in the journal Clinical Obesity.



Type 2 Diabetes - Ten Great Weight Loss Foods For Diabetics

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 12:59:01 -0600

If you are dealing with Type 2 diabetes, maintaining a healthy weight should be one of your top priorities. This is a must if you are going to come out ahead in controlling your blood sugar levels and sustaining a healthy body for the years to come. Uncertain of which foods will help you reach your weight loss goals? Let us look at some of the best weight loss foods that are also diabetic-friendly.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - We Are Not Getting Any Younger

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 13:59:01 -0600

This is not going to be a newsflash, but you probably do not think about it enough. You are not getting any younger. Indeed, with each passing day, we are all getting older which means we all have less time to waste. In the grand scheme of things, you could begin to think about what you need to do in this life. What you still want to accomplish, places you want to see, and the people you would like to spend more time with.Think about these things if you like, but don't forget about your health.



How to Monitor Your Weight (and Why You Should Do So)

Mon, 18 Dec 2017 14:58:30 -0600

You need some fat if you body is to function properly. But too much fat will harm your health. Most diabetics are overweight when they are diagnosed. So you need to monitor your fatness and take corrective action. Here are eight ways you can check your adiposity.



Is Exercising Necessary for Management of Diabetes?

Mon, 18 Dec 2017 13:47:44 -0600

Exercises are essential to your wellbeing. But, which exercises are suitable for persons with diabetes?



Type 2 Diabetes - Air Pollution May Not Just Be Bad For Your Lungs

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Although the evidence is limited, air pollution and intestinal bacteria are known to be linked to insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, United States, found a connection between traffic-related air pollution and intestinal microorganisms. Could this be the way traffic-air pollution raises the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes?



Type 2 Diabetes - Diabetes and Depression in Pregnancy

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

In December of 2017, the Journal of Psychiatric Research reported on a study showing metabolic problems after having Gestational diabetes in 22 women. Scientists at the University of Munchen in Munich, Germany, found several risk factors for Type 2 diabetes in depressed mothers following Gestational diabetes also referred to as diabetes of pregnancy. Both Gestational diabetes and depression raise the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes later.



Type 1 Diabetes: Common Symptoms

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 14:09:03 -0600

Manifestations of type 1 Diabetes usually grow rapidly, from a couple of days to weeks, and are caused by High Blood Sugar. To begin with, symptoms might be neglected or mixed up for another sickness, as the flu. High Blood Sugar Symptoms include: • Urinating a considerable measure, which might be more discernible around evening time.



Type 2 Diabetes - Where Do You Want Your Health to Be One Year From Now?

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Exactly one year ago, what was your health status? Were you in good shape? You may not know or remember exactly, but you likely have an idea of where you were. If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, hopefully, you have a record of the results of your medical examinations - you do get regular checkups, right? Otherwise, your best guess should be enough to determine where your health stood. How about now? How does your health compare today to your well-being one year ago?



To Eat Whole Fruits or Drink the Fruit Juices - The Mind-Numbing Question

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 13:33:54 -0600

Drinking fruit juice is refreshing. But, is it the best option for persons with diabetes?



Type 2 Diabetes - Finding Early Signs of Insulin Resistance Before Diabetes Sets In

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Type 2 diabetes is defined as having elevated blood sugar but it is caused by insulin resistance which comes about even before high blood sugar readings, and HbA1c levels appear. Scientists at the University Hospital, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico, and several other research facilities in the United States urge everyone together with their doctor to look for tell-tale signs their body is not responding properly to the hormone insulin.



Type 2 Diabetes - There Are Advantages to Getting Fit and Staying Fit?

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Adding exercise to your life, especially when you have Type 2 diabetes or are overweight, is ideal especially since scientific evidence shows how many benefits there are. But despite the advantage of blood sugar control through exercise, it is essential you have your doctor review your planned exercise program. Unsafe exercising can be as dangerous as not exercising at all. But how to start, how to make it part of your life.



Type 2 Diabetes - Weight Loss Surgery Can Help The Heart Too

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Weight loss or bariatric surgery is accepted for taking off fat and improving Type 2 diabetes. Now scientists at the Turku University Hospital in Turku, Finland, have found bariatric surgery helps to heal the heart as well. Their study reported on in the journal Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism, included 56 participants between the ages of 34 and 54, with body mass indexes (BMIs) averaging 42 (morbid obesity). Eighteen of the participants had Type 2 diabetes, and 25 were free of high blood sugar levels and diabetes. All had enlarged hearts that functioned poorly and did not take in nutrients well.



Type 2 Diabetes - Plant Protein Intake Improves Muscle Mass in the Elderly

Sat, 09 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

In 2017 the Journal of Diabetes Research reported on a study showing a healthy intake of protein, especially plant protein, was linked with high muscle mass in elderly people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. The study was carried out at the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine in Kyoto, Japan. A total of 168 elderly people with Type 2 diabetes were included in the study. The participants who ate more significant amounts of protein, especially vegetable protein, had higher levels of muscle mass. From these results, the investigators concluded dietary protein from plant sources, was linked with higher muscle mass in elderly Type 2 diabetics.



Type 2 Diabetes - Fat Formed From Polyunsaturated Oils Does Not Contribute To Insulin Resistance

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:59:01 -0600

People who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes along with the rest of us who haven't, have long been told to avoid saturated fats such as lard, to help prevent developing heart and blood vessel disease. Now, according to scientists at the University of Colorado in Boulder and the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, United States, obesity caused by polyunsaturated fat does not contribute to the development of insulin resistance, the cause of Type 2 diabetes.



What Everyone Ought to Know About Diabetes and Sleep

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 15:13:37 -0600

You probably know that watching what you eat is essential for managing your diabetes, but you may not realize that how you sleep can have a significant impact too. In fact, the relationship between diabetes and sleep runs two ways.



Type 2 Diabetes - Small Changes Can Have An Impact on Your Diabetes Diagnosis

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 12:59:01 -0600

For most people, being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes is shocking news. The majority of people do not see it coming. While the symptoms can be visible, it is uncommon to have the knowledge and awareness to be able to identify the effects of the rise in blood sugar levels. Not to mention the average person underestimates the consequences of an unhealthy diet. We all know drinking soda daily is harmful but many of us seem to think the worst will not happen to us. If you have been recently diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, don't despair.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - Putting It All Together

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 13:59:01 -0600

When it comes to health and well-being, there is almost always a reason. Very little can be attributed to coincidence or bad luck. Even unpredictable diseases like cancer do not necessarily strike at random. There is almost always something we have done that is part of the problem. If you are not in excellent health you may have overlooked something: you might have made a mistake. If you are afflicted with a preventable disease, then it is almost a certainty it has come about as a result of an unfortunate habit or two you have developed over the years. It is crucial to realize your mistakes, and as hard as it might be, take full responsibility for them.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating - There Are Benefits to Eating Home Cooked Meals

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Are you overweight? Do you have a parent or sibling with Type 2 diabetes? Do you have high blood pressure? If you answered yes to one of these questions, you might be at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Eating wisely is one of your most potent weapons in the fight against diabetes. If you had to come up with a list of habits to enhance your life, what would you include?



Type 2 Diabetes: Causes and Treatments

Tue, 28 Nov 2017 08:43:56 -0600

Type 2 diabetes causes, how to prevent type 2 diabetes. Genetics cannot be controlled; exercise, quit smoking, healthy weight loss.



What Is Insulin Microburst Therapy and Why Should Diabetics Care?

Mon, 27 Nov 2017 20:05:44 -0600

Insulin Microburst Therapy is an exciting new, yet little known treatment for diabetes. My experience with this new therapy shows that it has the potential to let diabetics live a life free from the complications of diabetes. In my opinion, Insulin Microburst Therapy is the greatest advancement for the treatment of diabetes since the discovery of Insulin.



How to Prevent Pre-Diabetes From Getting Worse

Fri, 24 Nov 2017 18:29:35 -0600

The doctor says you have pre-diabetes. You are scared and so you should be... you know the consequences should your pre-diabetes morph into actual diabetes. But you can avoid developing full-blown type 2 diabetes with a few simple adjustments to your lifestyle. Here's how...



Type 2 Diabetes - The Best Action You Could Take Is To Educate Yourself

Fri, 24 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Having Type 2 diabetes is stressful: there is a high level of anxiety in coping with an invisible, ever-present disease. It takes time and energy to understand the disease and learn the best way for you to handle your blood sugar levels and body weight. When it comes to learning and knowledge, there has never been a better time to be alive. Anything you could want to learn about weight loss and blood sugar control is within your reach. All it takes are a handful of online searches to get you started. As for the best method of learning, it is a matter of opinion. You cannot go wrong with the self-education route: in regards to health and well-being, it is the primary method. Even if you had taken a general health and well-being or nutrition course at some point in your student career, it likely was not enough. Besides, we know a lot more today than we did just a few years ago.



Type 2 Diabetes - Can Low Levels of Antibodies Contribute to the Development of Diabetes?

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 17:59:02 -0600

Scientists at Guandong Medical University and several other research institutions in China and Scotland found low levels of certain types of antibodies in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. These antibodies stop inflammation, which has a known link to insulin resistance, the cause of Type 2 diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Right Reason For Making Lifestyle Changes

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0600

There are many reasons to make changes to your lifestyle. It could have to do with a variety of conditions, like Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, or hypertension. Or it could be for something simple, such as improving your general health. Your perspective is unique in that you have established it over time based on your opinions and observations. Finding someone else with the same outlook is difficult: the best you could do is compare. No doubt you have some ideas about making lifestyle changes. Or you may still be in the early stages and not yet committed to change.



Tpe 2 Diabetes - Eat Like You Have Diabetes to Prevent Developing the Disease

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 07:06:58 -0600

Sometimes the most basic and simple piece of advice you are given will save you from a lot of trouble. It is not like you need long involved answers to complex problems. The basics are often staples, so you should take care not to overlook them. Let us talk about diabetes prevention. It is an essential subject because you are either a Type 2 diabetic or not. If you are part of the latter group, you are by definition at risk of developing the disease, even if only by a small chance. Also, the techniques for Type 2 diabetes prevention are the same as for the treatment process, so this discussion should be insightful for all.



Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise - Three Reasons Why You Are Sedentary

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0600

Are you sedentary? If you are unsure of what it means to be sedentary by definition, you ought to ask yourself about physical activity. Are you physically inactive? If so, you are likely sedentary. Unless you have an unconventional physically active job, you are likely not involved in enough activity. It is probably just another reminder to you but remaining sedentary over the long term poses serious consequences. You leave yourself vulnerable to some of the worst health complications just because of a lack of exercise. It is merely a fact physical activity is an essential ingredient for not only preventing health problems but also living a good life.



Type 2 Diabetes - Is Luck a Factor in the Development of Diabetes?

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Do you believe in luck? Some people believe most outcomes are the product of particular actions. Otherwise, it is a coincidence. Whereas others believe there is such a thing as luck - regardless of our doings, we may have good and bad things happen to us. Taken to a greater extent, some will believe we tend to be lucky or unlucky as a result. When it comes to health whether luck is involved or not, is often a hot topic for many people. Since it is an area vital for many of us, it will naturally raise the question of just how much influence we have on our well-being. Let us focus on this idea in regards to Type 2 diabetes since it is currently one of the most prevalent problems for middle-aged adults.



Type 2 Diabetes - High Blood Fats and Obesity Increases Your Risk for Chronic Kidney Disease

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Hypertriglyceridemic waist (HW) is defined as a waist size over 90 centimeters in men or over 85 centimeters in women, along with high blood fats. In October of 2017, the journal Cardiorenal Medicine reported on a study in which hypertriglyceridemic waist was linked with a high risk for developing kidney disease in people who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Investigators at the First Hospital of Qinhuangdao, Qinhuangdao, China, looked at 538 people with Type 2 diabetes. A total of 34.9 percent had HW. Early kidney disease was found in 10.6 percent of the participants with a regular waist measurement and blood fats, compared with 24.5 percent of those participants with hypertriglyceridemic waist.



How Diabetes Can Damage Your Kidneys (and What You Can Do About It)

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:32:58 -0600

Your kidneys contain millions of minute blood vessels that filter waste products from your blood. But diabetes can damage these amazing organs, so they lose their filtering ability. How is kidney disease caused and what can you do to prevent or reverse the damage?



Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss - Focus on "Good" Calories to Control Your Blood Sugar and Weight

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0600

There is such a thing as "good" calories versus "bad" calories. Calories are not created equal - even if a calorie is a calorie, the source they come from provokes different effects. No one can argue calories from a can of soda have the same net effect as calories from a natural fruit juice. It just would not make sense. From a weight loss perspective, it is essential to consider your caloric intake. In this sense, it is vital to manage your input whether it is "good" or "bad" calories. But even then, you ought to focus on the right kind, because it makes a difference.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating - Do Your Eating Habits Change With the Seasons?

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Changing seasons bring about apparent change. Sometimes it is quick, other times it is gradual, but it never fails to be noticeable. If you live in an area that goes through all four traditional seasons, the effect is even more pronounced. If you do not have a typical winter, odds are you live in an environment that ranges from warm to cool, at the very least at different times of the year. What you may not notice, however, is how your eating habits change according to the season - this is harder to recognize. The move might be subtle, and you could be likely unaware of the differences in your appetite.



Type 2 Diabetes - November Is Diabetes Month

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 08:59:01 -0600

In the United States and Canada November is diabetes month when healthcare professionals bring attention to and raise awareness about the disease and how it impacts on millions of people. The 14th is World Diabetes Day, declared by the United Nations in 2006. The International Diabetes Federation leads the campaign, and the date commemorates the birthday of Frederick Banting, who, alongside Charles Best, discovered insulin in 1922. The symbol for diabetes is a blue circle, like the pink ribbon for breast cancer, the dark blue ribbon for colon cancer, and the turquoise ribbon for ovarian cancer. Blue was taken from the color of the sky, and the circle stands for unity.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Importance of Maintaining A Healthy Weight for Brain Blood Flow

Sun, 12 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0600

People diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are frequently told to follow a weight loss plan and increase their physical activity to help lower body fat and maintain a healthy weight to help keep their blood sugar level in an ideal range. Now, according to the Journal of the American Geriatric Society, an efficient blood flow to the brain is another reason for reducing abdominal fat. Scientists at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem and various other cities in the United States found long-term weight loss in obese or overweight people with Type 2 diabetes, resulted in a more significant blood flow to the brain.



Type 2 Diabetes - Protecting the Liver From Arsenic

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0600

Arsenic alone is toxic, and it becomes more so if it is combined with other molecules. Arsenic trioxide is used for cancer chemotherapy in small doses, but it can damage the liver. Scientists at Zhejiang University School of Medicine and various other research facilities have found how metformin, the first drug of choice for treating Type 2 diabetes, also helps to protect the liver from arsenic trioxide.



Type 2 Diabetes - Digestion Time And Diabetes

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

Essentially everything you eat goes through a similar digestive process. Many people believe digestion begins in the stomach, where there is a physical breakdown of food and gastric acids are added. But it starts from the moment food enters your mouth when you commence chewing, and saliva mixes with your food. Amylase is present in the saliva where it begins the chemical process of digestion - contrary to popular belief digestion does not start lower in the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract). Amylase has the responsibility of helping your body process carbohydrates into simple sugars.



Glycosylated Haemoglobin (HbA1C): A Diabetic Control Index

Thu, 09 Nov 2017 09:44:35 -0600

A patient about to get tested for HbA1c. The test is independent and not affected by factors such as time of test, exercise, meal intake, medication, e.t.c.



Type 2 Diabetes - Is Diabetes Connected to Bone Fractures in Men?

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0600

According to the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, published in November 2017, fractures are a danger to older men with Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at Duke University and several other research centers in the United States, found older men with Type 2 diabetes have a 22 percent increased risk of any fracture and a 21 percent higher risk of having a hip fracture. It has been known for some years older women with or without Type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of hip fracture, but knowledge of this type of fracture in men with Type 2 diabetes has not been clear.



Type 2 Diabetes - What Is the Root of Your Health Problem?

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0600

What would you give to solve your health problems? Sometimes we wish there were something we could exchange for a solution, particularly if an immediate fix were possible. For obvious reasons, this is rarely the case. Nobody can go from being obese to a healthy weight overnight. Even still, a query like "how can I lose 20 pounds in a month" remains a frequently asked question. With that said, there is usually something you can exchange for a solution to a health problem. In most cases, it involves effort and time.



Type 2 Diabetes - Empower Yourself And Change Your Health

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0600

If you have recently been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, you may feel like your head is spinning. The more the doctor tells you, the harder it is to absorb. Chances are your doctor has given you an outline of what you should eat and which foods you need to avoid, has talked to you about setting up appointments to see an endocrinologist, a registered dietitian, a podiatrist, and a diabetes educator, depending on your specific needs. You may be fortunate and not need to take any diabetes medications at this time as research has proven changes in lifestyle - changes that anyone can make - have enormous power to prevent and to help treat Type 2 diabetes.



Stories of Hope: Toddler Reinfused With Own Umbilical Cord Blood in Attempt to Halt Type 1 Diabetes

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 07:25:12 -0600

Stem cells have been the reason for so many successful clinical trials for decades. It has not only been proven effective for more than 80 diseases and disorders, but it has also been responsible for various miraculous stories.



Type 2 Diabetes - Can Low Vitamin D Levels During Pregnancy Lead to Diabetes?

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0600

In October of 2017, the journal Calcified Tissue International reported on research carried out on the ideal level of vitamin D during pregnancy. Scientists at Fudan University and several other research institutions in China found low vitamin D levels were linked with the risk of developing Gestational (pregnancy-related) diabetes. The researchers measured blood sugar levels of pregnant women at 24 to 28 weeks of pregnancy and screened them for Gestational diabetes.



Type 2 Diabetes - Manage Your Weight Before You Manage Diabetes

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0600

It is easy to tackle too much at once where health is concerned. Weight loss, blood sugar, fitness, nutrition. Changes to address these areas can prove overwhelming, not to mention an overhaul in lifestyle. While there is some overlap between them, as working in one area often translates to benefits in another, it is better to take one step at a time.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Effect of Nicotine on A Diabetic's Body

Sat, 04 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0500

Researchers at the American Heart Association compared one hundred and forty-eight tobacco smokers, 36 with Type 2 diabetes, and 112 without. Breakdown products of nicotine were measured in the urine of all the participants. The scientists found the participants with Type 2 diabetes broke nicotine down faster than the non-diabetic participants. From these results, they concluded people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are likely to smoke for more extended periods than non-diabetics. Smoking for more extended periods would put the Type 2 diabetics at a higher risk for addiction and increase the number of cigarettes smoked in their lifetime. This would be expected to increase the risk of complications from nicotine addiction and smoking.



Type 2 Diabetes - What Is Your Strategy For Managing Your Health?

Sat, 04 Nov 2017 12:59:01 -0500

You either have a plan for your health, or you don't. In any case, you will likely need to make adjustments to your lifestyle so you can put your Type 2 diabetes into remission. Plans can always use improvement or refinement, whereas no plans will need initiative. You understand your health background better than anyone else. While a doctor may have the tools and knowledge to give you a comprehensive assessment, he does not know your lifestyle as well as you do. Even if your family knows your lifestyle, they do not understand how your body reacts: you do. All of this means the most capable person of creating a health strategy ideal for your life is you.



Type 2 Diabetes - A Diagnosis of Diabetes Can Have A Positive Effect on Your Life

Fri, 03 Nov 2017 13:59:01 -0500

Even the worst situations may not be as tragic as they initially seem. When the harsh facts are presented, it is easy to narrow your focus on what is most alarming. In the process, you may not consider the positive aspects of a situation, even if they are minimal. When the odds seem stacked against you and your circumstances bleak, it pays to hold onto hope. One frightening situation for many adults is when they are given a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes. At first, the condition may seem bewildering and foreign, but as you will learn, even small changes in your lifestyle can help you to manage the effects.



The Risk Factors That Make You Susceptible To Diabetes

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 15:13:30 -0500

How you strike a balance between living your life to the fullest and taking the necessary precautions to keep diabetes at bay can be a tricky tightrope to walk on. If you take into account a few factors that put you at risk for type 2 diabetes, you can live a diabetes-free life. While there are certain risks that are passed down from one generation to another, there are a few others you can consciously keep a check on.



Type 2 Diabetes - The Link Between the Immune System, Gut Bacteria, Blood Vessels and Diabetes

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 17:59:01 -0500

In October of 2017, the journal Frontiers in Microbiology reported on the results of a study showing links between microorganisms in the intestines, heart, and blood vessel disease, and immunity in Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at the University of Malaga in Malaga, Spain, and the Carlos III Institute of Health in Madrid, Spain, compared several types of intestinal bacteria in people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and participants without any form of diabetes.



Gestational Diabetes - Cause for Concern?

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 11:26:53 -0500

Gestational diabetes is characterized by high blood sugar levels first recognized during pregnancy in otherwise non-diabetic women. Normally the disease appears around 24th week of pregnancy. Know what causes Diabetes during pregnancy, its symptoms, and complications that make it a health risk that cannot be ignored. Pregnant women should get themselves tested during or before the 24th week of pregnancy, irrespective of any symptoms. Uncontrolled Diabetes in pregnant women can gravely affect the future of both - mother & child. Early diagnosis is the best measure to stop Gestational Diabetes from getting out of hand. Here's all the information you need on the symptoms, complications, and causes of Gestational Diabetes.



Diabetes During Pregnancy - Risks, Detection & Treatment

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 11:21:54 -0500

Gestational Diabetes holds various risks to both mother and baby which is why - timely detection and treatment is essential. Diabetes in pregnant women can lead to Macrosomia, giving rise to increased difficulties during birthing. Several other complications deem it necessary to recognize Gestational Diabetes as a health concern that needs attention. Women who are overweight, have a history of Gestational Diabetes during previous pregnancy, and a family history of Diabetes - must be extremely cautious and get themselves tested at suggested intervals, as recommended by their doctors. Find out about the screening tests, diet modifications, and the necessary treatment / medication. Dietary modifications, physical exercise, frequent monitoring of blood glucose, and visiting your doctor often - is a great way to keep Gestational Diabetes under control.



Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living - Making a Plan to Improve Your Health

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 13:59:01 -0500

As a first resort when it comes to pursuing a health objective, you will likely look into proven methods to help you reach your goals. It is only logical to want to work with what has given positive results for someone else, as opposed to taking a shot in the dark. Even if you have some idea of how to get started, you may still find yourself asking a friend how best to determine the value of health-related advice. Naturally, though, you will see the value of the input is only as good as the knowledge level of the person giving it.