Blood Sugar

Metabolic Syndrome

Do I Have Metabolic Disease? (And What to Do About it)

When our metabolism is compromised, metabolic diseases and metabolic syndrome can develop and may result in serious health consequences.


GLP-1 Therapy

There has been a lot of news lately about a group of treatments for diabetes and obesity called glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists (GLP-1 therapy). These relatively new treatments are widely advertised, especially for their use as a weight loss medicine. But what are GLP-1s and how do the medications compare?

Gut Health

Is Your Gut Making You Sick?

If your gut health is awry, your overall health may suffer in other ways too. Learn more about if your gut is making you sick and how to improve your gut health.

Snacky Bloodsugar

How To Optimize Blood Sugar

When it comes to balancing blood sugar, balancing your meals and snacks is the first step.

Diabetes 1 2

What’s the Difference Between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

Both type I and type II diabetes cause you to have abnormal blood sugar (aka blood glucose), but the two are separate diseases.

Carbs And Diabetes

Net Carbs and Diabetes, What You Need to Know

If you or someone you know has diabetes, there can be some confusion around how to eat carbohydrates, so they are beneficial and what "net carbs" are. Read on to learn more about net carbs and what you need to know with diabetes.

Sugar Effects

Sugar and Your Body: Not a Sweet Deal

The holidays are just around the corner, and, for many people, that means more desserts, candy, sweetened drinks, and party food. Studies show that sugar does more harm than good to the human body.

Control Sugar Reduce Cholesterol

Reducing Sugar to Control your Triglycerides and Cholesterol Levels

High cholesterol has traditionally been associated with total fat intake, but recent research shows that the culprit behind elevated cholesterol and triglycerides may be sugar.

Heart Disease Fiber

Heart Disease and Fiber: Foods to Eat to Increase Your Fiber

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Consuming enough fiber helps to reduce the risk of heart disease as it helps to pull low-density lipoprotein (LDL) out of the arteries.

PCOS (1)

How Do You Treat Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Do Dietary Changes Work?

Between 4 to 10% of women of reproductive age have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), making it one of the most common metabolic and reproductive disorders for women in this age group.


What’s the Hype About Turmeric?

Turmeric has been around for millennia, but it has recently gathered attention with its reported medicinal properties. Should you consider adding it to your healthy diet regimen?

Sneaky Sugar

7 Sneaky Sources of Added Sugar

You may have heard of simple and complex carbohydrates, but figuring out what sugars are in your food can be anything but simple.

Dm Foot Care

Proper Foot Care in Diabetes

Diabetes can lead to complications such as heart disease, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, lower-limb infection, injury, or even amputation. Lower-limb infection, injury, or amputation can be prevented by properly caring for your feet.


What to know about Semglee

Diabetes is a chronic health condition affecting more than 34 million people in the U.S. Semglee is a new once-daily injection to treat diabetes.


High or Low Blood Sugar: Recognizing the Signs and How to Manage

Having blood sugar that’s too high or low, a common issue for diabetic patients is a problem many are unfamiliar with. Learn to recognize the warning signs and understand what to do.

Dont Eat This

What to Eat (and Not Eat) If You’re Pre-Diabetic

Many people with prediabetes will be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes within 10 years. Fortunately, diet and lifestyle changes can greatly reduce your chances of developing diabetes.

CGM Glucose

Continuous Glucose Monitoring Systems: Are They Right for You?

If you’re like most diabetic patients, you're likely testing your blood sugar more than once a day. Continuous glucose monitors (CGM) may help you get away from the tedious and slightly painful lancet sticks.

Diabetes Truth

Blood Sugar and Your Health: The Shocking Truth

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and managing your weight can help keep your blood glucose at a healthy level, helping prevent diabetes and its complications.


GLP-1 Agonists: A New Option for Weight Loss

Did you know that 42% of American adults are obese? Obesity, or weighing more than what is considered healthy for a given height, is one of today’s most common health issues. Learn more about medications that can help.

5 Most Nutritious Foods

The 5 Most Nutritious Foods on the Planet

While there is a lot of debate about what constitutes a healthy diet, you can improve your health by following a few simple rules.

Chronic Kidney Disease

Preventing Kidney Disease in Diabetic Patients

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), diabetes ranks in the top 10 causes of death worldwide, with an estimated 1.5 million deaths.

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent Fasting: What You Need to Know

Intermittent fasting (IF), despite it being around for hundreds of years, is gaining more attention in the weight loss and medical world today.

Heart Healthy Life

Heart Care Is Self-Care: How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

February is American Heart Month and a good time to start incorporating heart care into your self-care habits and routines. Learn what you can do to help keep your heart healthy and prevent heart disease.

Heart Healthy Dinner

What the Heart Wants (for Dinner)

Celebrate love this Valentine’s Day by showing your heart some love, too. Here’s what your heart would eat for dinner if this hard-working romance machine could set the menu.

Mood Food Two

Foods That Can Support Your Mental Health

While it may be tempting to turn to comfort foods during periods of depression or anxiety, eating a diet high in beneficial nutrients has been linked to better mental well-being.

Toujeo Vs Tresiba

Toujeo versus Tresiba: What Is the Difference?

Toujeo and Tresiba are both long-acting insulin injections. Read on to learn more about the differences of these two insulins that act like your body’s own insulin.

Diabetic Eye

What Is Diabetic Eye Disease?

Diabetic eye disease is a collection of eye problems that occur as a complication of diabetes. Diabetic eye disease is a result of damaged blood vessels in the eyes.

Lower Diabetes Risk 2

4 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Regardless of your age or the severity of any risk factors, it's never too late to make healthy changes that can improve your blood sugar levels.


FDA Approves Trijardy XR for Type 2 Diabetes

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Trijardy XR in January 2020 for lowering blood sugar in patients with type 2 diabetes. This new medication combines the effects of three antidiabetic drugs to simplify your treatment plan and help you achieve your target blood sugar level.


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