Archive for the ‘Diabetes’ Category

Kids and Blood Sugar Dysregulation: The Next Epidemic is Here

Type 2 diabetes is on the rise in children. This health crisis is very serious, but there any many lifestyle choices that can reverse the trend.

Chromium: A Trace Mineral for Blood Sugar and Carbohydrate Cravings

Chromium supports healthy insulin function, tissue health, and more.

Your Appendix: Worthless Remnant or Sophisticated Storehouse?

The appendix has long been thought of as easily removed without any further consequence, but studies are showing that is not the case.

Skipping Breakfast Impacts Weight, Blood Sugar, Cardiovascular Health

Still the most important meal of the day? Studies show regularly skipping breakfast adversely impacts your health.

Minerals Needed for Quality Sleep

Trouble sleeping? A simple lack of minerals can lead to sleepless nights and may be the missing link for blissful slumber.

Taking Statins? Protect Your Muscles and Mitochondria

About one in four adults over 40 takes a statin drug to lower cholesterol. Protection of mitochondria with nutrition can assist your body in management of statin induced toxic stress.

Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes, and Obesity Affects Hearing Status

Hearing loss is the most common loss of the five senses. Hearing loss commonly happens with age, but it correlates with many factors including metabolic syndrome and obesity.

Cinnamon Supports Blood Sugar Health, Fat Burning, and Immune Defense

Well-known for its support with healthy glucose metabolism, cinnamon also provides antioxidant support neutralizing free radicals and aids in a healthy, balanced immune system among other benefits.

Your Sweet Tooth Adversely Impacts Gut and Brain Health

Your taste buds and brain go crazy for sugar just thinking about it. There is no doubt that sugar intake provides a pleasurable sensation, but high consumption comes with a cost.

Diabetes and COVID-19

Individuals with underlying health concerns are most at risk of COVID-19. Emerging research is showing the increased risk for those with diabetes.