Sunday, December 2, 2012

Fiber and Diabetes Just for you

All you want to know about using fiber in your Diabetic Diet 

is on this Page. 

I guess I could copy and paste, but it is just as easy for you to click and go.

I'll put a little of it here so you will know how it reads...

Go Look Here! 

Use Natural Fiber to control blood sugar and win your battle with Diabetes.  Lose weight and keep it off.
What to eat and when to eat are important when trying to manage your Diabetes so... suggestions and tips for acquiring enough fiber in your diet to make a difference in how you control blood sugar and manage your diabetes are included here.
Tip: Foods rich in fiber have been shown to be very beneficial in helping to control blood sugar levels and therefore control diabetes.
One of the best ways to get enough fiber in your diet starts at the beginning of you day... by having a fiber rich healthy breakfast.
Suggestion: It is always important to stick to a schedule when eating if you have Diabetes... so: Start out your day with a high fiber breakfast..
The secrets to choosing a healthy breakfast cereal.

There are many boxed and quick fix cereals available, but the best ones with the most fiber and therefore "good" for you to eat are something like old fashioned oatmeal or even cream of wheat.
Here are a few suggestions taken from the Fiber Food List that will get you started.
Tip: Oatmeal (a whole grain), Plain Cheerios, and Raisin Bran in the box are listed.
Suggestion: Make pancakes or waffles with whole-grain or buckwheat flour and top with freshly chopped apples, raisins or berries or nuts to raise the fiber count.
Tip: It is better to leave the peel on apples for best fiber content.  Where all this lives

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Diabetes and Depression does one Cause the Other?

Here is part of an article from  .  

What the discussion is all about is this:  

Does diabetes cause depression or does Depression cause diabetes? 

 An interesting swap!    What do you Think?  Comments are Open...

Diabetes and Depression: A Two-Way Road

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Reviewed by: 
Robert Carlson, M.D

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Type 2 diabetes and depression may have a bidirectional relationship

(dailyRx News) Living with a long-term disease like diabetes can take a toll on your mental health. For some patients, diabetes can lead to depression. Now it appears that relationship may work the other way around.
People who are depressed may have a higher risk of type 2diabetes than those who are not depressed, according to a recent study.
The same study also showed that diabetes patients may have a higher risk of depression.
"Take care of your body and mind."

Monday, November 26, 2012

Share Your Life After Diabetes Came to Stay

It helps to talk to others dealing with a Life Changing Event like finding out you have Diabetes.

Come join our group and and Share what is going on in your life because of changes you had to make in the way you live  to manage your Diabetes.  All you need to do is go to the comments and share your thoughts. 
If you are using a particular program and like it, you may talk about it, but links will not be
permitted.  Our Blog Mentor Google doesn't permit these outside links to commercial sites in the comments.

Courtesy, thoughtfulness and clean words are appreciated.

Just so you will know,  We don't offer medical advise or treatment.  This is just a conversation between people with a problem....... sharing what they do or have done to manage their Diabetes.



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