Resources for Diabetics

Living with Diabetes

Diabetes is a very common disease, affecting more than 17 million people in the United States alone. Diabetes causes a disruption in the way the body uses glucose, the primary source of fuel for the body's cells. Without glucose, the cells cannot operate and eventually die. The goal of any diabetic is to control his or her blood sugar level.

For more information about living with diabetes, check out the following articles or our list of recommended books.

About Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, and impaired glucose tolerance. Each has specific causes, symptoms and methods of management. This section is divided into multiple articles, covering: Diabetic Diet

A diabetic diet provides a balance of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. This allows the body to maximize the energy obtained without overloading the body with glucose. This section is divided into multiple articles, covering:

Regulating Insulin

Maintaining a normal blood glucose level reduces the risk of diabetic complications. An essential aspect of maintaining a normal blood sugar level is regulating insulin. This section is divided into multiple articles, covering:

Obesity Boosts Kidney Risk in Type 1 Diabetes

New Diabetes Drug Improves Blood Sugar, Weight Loss

Diabetes Drug Halts Weight Gain in Kids Taking Antipsychotics

Health Tip: Understanding End-Stage Renal Disease

Health Tip: What's an A1c Test?


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