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Diabetes Fitness | Diabetes Daily Post - Part 3
Diabetes Fitness
Learning About Heart Diseases and Type 2 Diabetes
Learning about heart diseases and type 2 diabetes Even over the last two decades the health professionals’ emphasis on the importance of diet, exercise and the early intervention of anti-hyperlipidemia drugs such as Statins (Lipitor) has helped reduce heart disease. However, this trend has reversed as more type 2 diabetes patients are emerging. The demographics change such as baby boomers entering into their retirement age and non-compliant nature of diabetes patients have contributed to the...
Learning How to Prevent Diabetes Foot Complications with Proper Foot Care
Learning How to Prevent Diabetes Foot Complications with Proper Foot Care Uncontrolled diabetes is associated with many different complications. Foot problems are one of the most common concerns for patients with diabetes. Untreated foot problems can lead to severe complications such as non-healing wounds and ulcers and even amputation. Some of the most common reasons for foot problems in patients with diabetes are from reduced feeling (neuropathy) in the feet, poor blood flow (circulation), or...
Learning to Lower Triglycerides Not At The Expenses of LDL
Learn to Lower triglycerides not at the expenses of LDL Cholesterols are lipoproteins. Lipoprotein is a biochemical compounds composed of lipid and protein. Lipoproteins in our blood stream are: VLDL: Very-low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (bad cholesterol)     LDL: Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (bad cholesterol)     HDL: High-density lipoprotein cholesterol (good cholesterol) Our body needs cholesterol for hormone and cell production. Unfortunately, too much VLDL and LDL causes cardiovascular disease. Lowering these targets becomes the primary strategy. The...
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