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Even Diet Soft Drinks Are Associated With An Increased Risk Of Heart Disease
Diet soft drinks are lower in calories, but are still associated with a greater risk of heart disease as are sugar-laden sodas, according to a new study. (Diabetic Diet, Metabolic Syndrome, Artificial Sweeteners, Diet Soda)

Fish: The Wonder Food
The secret ingredient in fish? Omega-3 fats. Here's why you need more of them. (Heart Disease, Diabetes, Fish Oil, Omega-3 Fats)

Antioxidant Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
A collaborative study between Mayo Clinic and a medical center in Russia found that alpha lipoic acid (ALA) significantly and rapidly reduces the frequency and severity of symptoms of the most common kind of diabetic neuropathy.  (Neuropathy and Diabetic Complications)

Are Leg Cramps Caused By Diabetes?
Leg cramps can be caused by a variety of reasons such as deficiencies in vitamins such as calcium and magnesium as well as diabetic neuropathy. (Neuropathy, Leg Cramps, Diabetic Complications)

Pediatric Blood (Sugar) Glucose Test
Concerned that your child's blood glucose levels may not be normal? The most common use of the blood glucose test is to check for diabetes mellitus. The test is also used to see how well the body is metabolizing glucose and the function of organs involved in that process: the pancreas, the liver, and the receptors that bring glucose into cells. (Blood Glucose Testing, Juvenile Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Blood Sugar Level)

Breastfeeding Appears To Reduce Diabetes Risk
Women who breastfeed for more than six months might reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes, says a new study thought to be the first to make such a connection. (Type ii Diabetes, Diabetes Prevention)

Nutritional Management of Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in the United States. Fortunately, diabetic retinopathy is a nutritionally responsive disorder. Natural agents can be used to reduce the initial damage to the blood vessels in the retina and enhance integrity. (Diabetes Nutrition and Retinopathy)

Good Fats for Low-Carb Living
Your body needs EFAs (essential fatty acids) just as it needs vitamins and minerals. Essential fats are necessary for life, but they must be obtained through diet or supplementation because the body cannot make them. Learn more about why these essential fats are so important for optimal health. (Diabetes Nutrition, Fish Oil, Omega-3)

Diabetes: Dealing With Holidays
Diabetic nutrition can be a real challenge during holiday festivities. Diabetes food choices are reviewed with practical tips on how to maintain a normal blood sugar level. Sticking to a low carbohydrate diet does not mean missing all the fun!

Diabetes-Related Skin Problems
Skin problems are common in people with diabetes. High levels of glucose in the blood provide an excellent breeding ground for bacteria and fungi, and can reduce the body's ability to heal itself.  Diabetic dermopathy, digital sclerosis, vitiligo, acanthosis nigricans and bullosis diabeticorum (diabetic blisters) are among the conditions discussed in this article. (Diabetes Information)  

Pediatric Diabetes - Diabetes in Children
Recent estimates suggest that type 2 may now account for as many as 45% of new diabetes cases in the pediatric population. Physicians report on children with diabetes at a meeting sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. (Search by: symptom juvenile diabetes.)

Diet & Exercise: What They Can Do for Diabetes
The achievement of three basic goals can change the life of a Type 2 diabetic. The goals are: to improve fitness, to get dietary fat down to about 25 percent of calories, and to get the activity level up to about 30 minutes a day of moderate activity five to seven days a week. Slight weight loss can result in major benefits.

Eat Healthy - Diabetes
You can help control your blood sugar (also called blood glucose) and diabetes when you eat healthy, get enough physical activity and stay at a healthy weight. Using the Food Guide Pyramid helps you eat a variety of healthy foods. Variety means eating foods from each of the food groups every day. Read more about the six food groups. (Diabetic Menu, Diabetic Food List, Diabetes Diet)

Vitamin D: Myths, Facts and Statistics
Vitamin D prevents osteoporosis, depression, prostate cancer, breast cancer, and even effects diabetes and obesity. Vitamin D is perhaps the single most underrated nutrient in the world of nutrition. Truth is, most people don't know the real story on vitamin D and health. (Osteoporosis, Depression, Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer, Calcium)

Diabetes and Neuropathy
Diabetic Neuropathy can affect virtually every part of the body. Diabetic nerve damage eventually affects some 65 percent of people with diabetes. As with other diabetes complications, poor blood glucose control lies at the root of neuropathy. Symptoms and types of neuropathy. (Peripheral Neuropathy, Autonomic Neuropathy, Focal Neuropathy)
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premixed insulin
a commercially produced combination of two different types of insulin. See 50/50 insulin and 70/30 insulin.

50/50 insulin
premixed insulin that is 50 percent intermediate-acting (NPH) insulin and 50 percent short-acting (regular) insulin.

70/30 insulin
premixed insulin that is 70 percent intermediate-acting (NPH) insulin and 30 percent short-acting (regular) insulin.

basal rateĀ 
a steady trickle of low levels of longer-acting insulin, such as that used in insulin pumps.

inhaled insulin
an experimental treatment for taking insulin using a portable device that allows a person to breathe in insulin.
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