Monthly Archives: December 2015

Diabetes Is More Predictable Than You Think

It’s unfortunate many adults believe Type 2 diabetes is a disease that develops by coincidence. Some diabetics blame their genes and family history. Others blame their luck. Rarely do you find people who are humble enough to point at themselves and admit their actions and behaviors were the cause? It takes a special person to […]

Is This Breakfast Food Bad For You

Many people have poor habits that hinder their chances at healthy living. Poor diets are the norm, which is the reason why diseases like obesity and Type 2 diabetes are now ubiquitous. There are two main reasons why poor diets exist… overeating, and an unhealthy intake of carbohydrates. In this discussion, let’s focus on the […]

Helping to Overcome Depression in Diabetes

During the month of April 2016, the Journal of Nursing Research reports three factors having to do with depression in Type 2 diabetes… lack of sleep, little physical activity, and frequent times of inactivity. Registered Nurses at Chang Gung University of Science and Technology looked at 696 older participants diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. A […]