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Low Blood Sugar Today Could be Diabetes Later

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Did you know that if you have low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) today, it could turn into type 2 diabetes tomorrow — well, maybe not tomorrow, but five, 10, 20, 30 years from now?
But what if you were able to prevent that from happening? Better yet, what if you could Thrive Sugar-Free for 20 Years after you were diagnosed with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)? How would you mark the occasion?

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Tai Chi Lowers Blood Sugar Levels, Research Finds

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Jennifer Moore for SUGAR SHOCK! Blog A 12-week program of Tai chi resulted in a drop in the insulin levels of 30 people with type 2 diabetes, according to new research in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. In addition, another study, conducted in Australia and also published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, […]

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You’ve Got Diabetes, Better Lose Weight…

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From Gerry Pugliese for Connie’s SUGAR SHOCK! Blog Losing weight is pretty much always a good idea—okay, maybe not if you’re starving, but definitely if you’ve got diabetes. And now a new study in Diabetes Care claims that slimming down after you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes pays big dividends. "If you lose weight after diagnosis, […]

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Exercise More, Two Studies Urge

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Researchers determined that those participants who walked for an extra 45 minutes each day burned more fat, thereby increasing their muscle’s ability to store sugar and help control their diabetes. And another study, this one in the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggests current exercise guidelines—2.5 hours per week—may not be enough to help keep weight […]

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Type-2 Diabetes Reaches Epidemic Proportions Among Kids

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Note from Connie: Naturally, those of you reading this blog are well aware of the fact that type 2 diabetes is soaring. In fact, last month, Jennifer Moore tipped us off that “A whopping 24 million Americans now have diabetes.” Gerry Pugliese brings you info about a new report, in the Archives of Pediatrics & […]