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Diabetes type 2: You may only need to walk this long to lower blood sugar levels

Diabetes type 2 sufferers could lower their blood sugar by walking for 12 minutes, a diabetes expert has claimed. Dr David Cavan, a diabetes consultant with over 20 years experience and published author, said sufferers “underestimate the impact of exercise”. “At the diabetes centre we do a gentle walk for 12 minutes to reduce blood sugar levels,” he told Express.co.uk ...

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Diabetes symptoms: Four things to do the morning after drinking to control blood sugar

Diabetes is considered a serious condition. If it’s left untreated or uncontrolled it can lead to a number of complications, such as eye problems, foot problems, heart attack and stroke. To control your blood sugar level it’s advised people make changes to their diet and lifestyle. For example eating a healthy, balanced diet is key. But is it safe to ...

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Diabetes: Eating four gummy bears could help you maintain blood sugar levels

Diabetes type 1 sufferers must immediately act to raise their blood sugar levels if they fall too low. If blood sugar falls to “severe” low levels it could result in life-threatening seizures and nervous system damage. Dr David Cavan, a diabetes consultant with 20 years experience, called on sufferers to eat 15 grams of fast-acting carbohydrate whenever their blood sugar ...

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Diabetes type 2: Drink this many glasses of fruit juice a day to control blood sugar

Diabetes type 2 is often linked to being overweight or inactive, or having a family history of this type of diabetes. It’s a lifelong condition that can affect your everyday life, and left untreated it can cause a number of complications, for example eye problems, foot problems, heart attack and stroke. To control your blood sugar level it’s advised people ...

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Sugar loss during baking means calorie counts could be off

When you’re on a diet, counting calories usually means paying close attention to labels. But you might be surprised to learn that labels often provide the nutritional information of the recipe – not the final product. What goes in and what comes out during food processing aren’t necessarily the same. To better understand the changes that occur during baking, researchers ...

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