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Diet Plans To Rock This Summer

It’s a natural trend to eat light during summer, and you can easily do so without feeling deprived. It’s also natural for one to go for a glass of cold fruit juice or ice cream instead of a hot soup. 663 more words

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"Don't make me diabetes today." – Diabetes Burnout Explained

If you have experience with type 1 diabetes, you’ve probably noticed the words ‘diabetes burnout’ popping up more and more on sites for different diabetes support organisations or on social media. 1,913 more words

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Diabetes encourages you to be a monk and to sell your Ferrari

Lifestyle diseases like diabetes and hypertension have a tendency to quietly enter the house of our physical bodies, much like unbidden and unwelcome guests. In most of the cases, repeated attempts to entice these to depart and scour around for some greener pastures are unsuccessful. 1,756 more words

A Vibrant Life!


The pancreas plays a crucial role in digestion. When food empties from your stomach into the small intestine, it mixes with digestive enzymes from the pancreas that neutralize stomach acid, preventing damage to the intestine. 27 more words


If your circulatory system is a superhighway, your hormones are some of the most important traffic traveling those critical thoroughfares.

Likening hormones to cars shows these complex molecules as simply vehicles. 1,444 more words

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Researchers Have Developed The First Artificial Pancreas

by Fiona Leishman

Researchers at Imperial College, London have developed the world’s first fully integrated, biologically-inspired artificial pancreas.

The technology has the potential to revolutionise the lives of Type 1 diabetics as it more closely mimics the function of a healthy person’s pancreas than the current options available. 361 more words


My week with Diabetes: Meditation

A purposeful meditation today as I have promised to help my friend Richard with his battle against diabetes. I have never experienced this disease as a part of my life and although I understand the basics of whats involved I needed to connect with the disease at a more intimate level in order to help my friend. 381 more words