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Besides ensuring they are eating properly, I always advise my diabetic patients to stay active. Physical activity provides great benefits to people with diabetes and those at risk of becoming diabetic. Staying active helps you achieve four important goals: Improves
Gluten is a type of protein found in whole grains like wheat, barley and rye. For anyone with celiac disease or intolerance to gluten, consuming it can cause a variety of symptoms, like digestive problems, iron deficiency anemia, weight loss
Many of my patients who are at risk for diabetes ask me if they can prevent or slow this disease. A recently published study at the University of Colorado indicates that, by improving our lifestyle, we can help combat diabetes.