Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes – The Risk for Diabetes Increases With Extra Inches Around Your Waist

Your chances of developing Type 2 Diabetes soar when you carry extra weight around your stomach. The question is how much weight around our middle is “extra” and is it possible to lose inches from our waist?

Many people with prediabetes or Type 2 diabetes feel they are not able to lose the weight they carry around their midline. However, this is not true. Anyone can take steps to reduce their waist measurement, and in this article, we will explore why and how losing inches from your waist measurement can help you to lower your blood sugar and reduce your chances of developing Type s diabetes.

Why your waist measurement is so important for your health and wellbeing, even if you are not overweight and your BMI is under 25, your waist measurement can offer critical insights into your risk factor for Type 2 diabetes. The fact is extra weight … Read More

Penis Size and Diabetes: Is There a Connection?

Most men would do just about anything to increase their penis size – even if they are already blessed with a more-than-adequate endowment. Even more so, men would do anything to prevent the penis from getting smaller. Yes, society’s obsession with the length and/or girth of a man’s equipment continues unabated, despite the fact that factors such as penis health and skill in the sack are of far greater practical importance. And when researching things that may account for a diminishment of penis size, some men find reports that diabetes may be responsible for some loss of size. Is this true? And if so, why?

The short answer

Basically, it is true that there can be a correlation between a man having diabetes and experiencing some loss of size of his organ. That’s not to say that every man who has diabetes has a small penis – only that there … Read More

Diabetes and Diet: What’s the Connection?

About 40 years ago, the connection between diabetes and diet was not clearly understood. Doctors were more concerned with fat levels rather than carbohydrates and blood sugar levels. They didn’t want diabetics to end up with a heart attack and heart disease.

Today however, with all the studies on diabetes, diet, diabetes complications, medications, and natural healing, things have drastically changed. With Glycemic Index research hitting the scientific journals in the 1980, we now know that it’s the type of carbohydrates in the diet that matters most if you’re diabetic.

Understand the Diabetes and Diet Connection

If doctors really wants to see improvement in their patients with diabetes, they will pay close attention to carbohydrate levels as well as fat levels in the diet.

They now realize that if carbohydrate levels rise too rapidly and high in a Type 2 diabetic, they will see a spike in insulin levels and … Read More