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Ode to my D-Bag

When this diabetes journey began,

I was embarrassed and kept you discreet,

Keeping you out of sight,

In a purse at my feet.


Sometimes I’d forget you at home… 126 more words


Exercises For Type 2 Diabetes

The below video demonstrates a series of exercises that are beneficial to those people suffering from Type 2 Diabetes. One of the things it discusses is how exercise helps to reduce the amount of glucose in your blood stream which helps to control your overall blood sugar. 20 more words


Fat Loss Nutrition Series: Insulin

Make Insulin Work For You

I’d argue that the most important piece of the body composition transformation process (i.e., losing fat and/or gaining muscle) is getting your body to use the hormone insulin more efficiently… 945 more words

Fat Loss

Maria's Fit Tip | Ways To Lower Your Insulin

Weight loss has a lot to do with nutritional balance and keeping your insulin levels under control. Learn tips to lower your insulin HERE.

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New Compound Improves Glucose Tolerance of Diabetes without Associated Nausea

Chemist Robert Doyle in the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) at Syracuse University has figured out how to control glucose levels in the bloodstream without the usual side effects of nausea, vomiting or malaise. 705 more words

News And Articles

Arty Crafty Wednesday - Pancreas

I know it is Valentine’s day and I should probably draw a heart :) But I have already drawn it before. And this is not Valentine’s day special post.


Why we get fat and hungry (Biology of Weight Gain and Low-Carb) - What I've Learned

This YouTube channel has a lot of high-quality videos examining the science behind diet and exercise. This video stands out to me because it mentions a study performed on prison inmates, back in the 1960s when that was considered ethical, in which researchers attempted to measure the maximum number of calories people could eat on top of their normal diet. 184 more words