Why you should stop taking drugs for your diabetes

The drugs doctors recommend for diabetes come with a long-list of damaging side effects. In addition they do not increase the survival rates of people who take these drugs. Here’s why you should stop taking these drugs … and what you can do instead to beat your diabetes. Continue reading “Why you should stop taking drugs for your diabetes”

Understanding Diabetes and Strokes

Diabetes and strokes are linked. Multiple studies indicate that diabetes increases your risk of having a stroke. Diabetes also reduces your body’s ability to respond to a stroke. But what is a stroke, what are its effects, how is it treated and how can you lower your risk? Continue reading “Understanding Diabetes and Strokes”

The Exercise Needs of Diabetics

While not strictly necessary to beat your diabetes, exercise can be an immense help in controlling your blood glucose levels. But what kinds of exercise are best for type 2 diabetics and how much exercise do you need? Continue reading “The Exercise Needs of Diabetics”

Additional benefits of using cholesterol-lowering statins discovered

Statins are the drugs that are keeping millions of us diabetics alive by helping us control our cholesterol levels and reduce our risk of heart disease. Recent research suggests that statins make even more valuable contributions to good health. Continue reading “Additional benefits of using cholesterol-lowering statins discovered”

Diabetes, Sugar and Heart Disease

Diabetes, sugar and heart disease are inextricably linked. To reduce the risk of heart disease you need to control your diabetes. This in turn means reducing your intake of sugar. But what is the maximum amount of sugar you should ingest daily to minimise your risk of heart disease? Continue reading “Diabetes, Sugar and Heart Disease”