Keto Diet and Type One Diabetes

Keto Diet and Type One Diabetes

Jacinda says, “is the Keto way of eating okay for a type one diabetic?” Really cool question, thanks Jacinda. Type one diabetics are special breed of diabetics so in essence type one diabetics born with diabetes or they may get diagnosed when they’re like five or six years old. Generally type one diabetics aren’t overweight. […]

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Diabetes Travel Tips

Diabetes Travel Tips

I travel over 100,000 miles a year in my job. I travel domestically and abroad and one thing you learn with that experience is you have to be prepared when you have Type 1 Diabetes. You have to sort of think forward a little bit and decide what would be problems you may have. For […]

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Is Turmeric Good For Diabetes

Is Turmeric Good For Diabetes

Hello, I’m Ty Mason from TheDiabetesCouncil.com, researcher, writer and I have type 2 diabetes. Today I’m going to answer the question, is turmeric good for diabetes. But before we get into that, make sure you download my free diabetes management book which also includes diabetes grocery shopping guide (foods to eat and avoid) by clicking […]

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Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Spot

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Spot

Narrator: Like many of us, Lorenzo struggles with weight. Lorenzo: I grew up in a family of cooks, so I have a love of food. Narrator: That was okay when he was younger. Lorenzo: I was very active all my life. Narrator: But now, arthritis gets in the way. Lorenzo: Some days I don’t feel […]

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Treatment of non-alcoholic hepatitis and fatty liver disease

Treatment of non-alcoholic hepatitis and fatty liver disease

NASH basically meaning that it’s non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. There’s another term we typically call it NAFLD, which is basically non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. So it has two two conditions; one is patients have simple fatty liver. The other the one we talk about is NASH is basically have the fatty liver and also have the inflammation […]

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Diabetes Prevention, Care, and Education in the Digital Age

Diabetes Prevention, Care, and Education in the Digital Age

JOHN PIETTE: We have apps, we have text messaging systems, we have automated calls, we have sensors – there’s all kinds of ways that we’re trying to communicate with patients in new ways. Some of those areas have less scientific evidence, like apps on smartphones. Some have an enormous amount of evidence, like text messaging […]

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