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Diabetes Self-Care: A Comprehensive Guide To Self-Monitoring Your Blood Glucose

Blood glucose and diabetes go hand in hand. High blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) exponentially increase the risk for diabetic damage to the heart, liver, kidneys, and eyes, whereas severely low glucose levels (hypoglycemia) can leave you feeling confused and unable ...
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Understanding Insulin: Everything You Need to Know About the Diabetes Essential

Insulin is the hormone that keeps blood sugar from going too high or too low. Produced by the pancreas-a large gland located behind the stomach-insulin helps the body use sugar, or glucose, obtained from food in order to provide the ...
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5 Healthy Low-Carb Lunch Ideas for People with Diabetes

Healthy Low-Carb Lunch Ideas for Diabetes Carbohydrates break down into glucose once they enter the bloodstream. Therefore, they become greater contributors to high blood sugar levels than fats and protein combined. As a result, most people with type 1 and ...
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