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Heart Of The Matter: The Care And Feeding Of Old Thumper
Coronary heart disease (CHD) remains the single largest killer of American men and women. One of every five deaths in the United States is caused by heart attacks-in 2004, for example, there was one evey minute. About 38% of the people who experience a heart attack in a given year will die from it. And unless dramatic diet and lifestyle changes are enacted, almost all of the remaining 62% will either die of a second heart attack or heart failure or suffer a greatly reduced quality of life. (Cardiovascular Disease, Heart Attack)

Take Care Of Your Heart And More With Tocotrienols
Tocotrienols are involved in many reactions in the body. But they are especially important in protection against heart disease because they are antioxidants and also have the ability to inhibit cholesterol synthesis. (High Cholesterol, Heart Disease, Vitamin E, Tocotrienols)

Prevent & Protect - Control Blood Sugar To Prevent Complications
Three out of five people with diabetes have one or more complications from the disease. In the United States, more than 200,000 people a year die from all types of diabetic complications. (Diabetic Complications, Heart Disease, Stroke, Neuropathy)

Could This Deficiency Be to Blame for Your Mystery Symptoms?
Millions of people suffer daily from a collection of vague symptoms that interfere with their enjoyment of life. These symptoms typically include low energy, cloudy thinking, muscle pain and joint discomfort. Well, if this sounds all too familiar, I've got news for you. The solution to your problems could be as simple as correcting a CoEnzyme Q10 deficiency. (Brain Fog, Heart Health, Muscle Pain)

Herbal Remedy Beats Drug In New Arthritis Study
A new study reported at this year's annual Arthritis World Congress showed that a natural remedy - a special mix of the anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving herbs curcumin and boswellia - was much more powerfully effective at relieving arthritis pain than the medication Celebrex. (Pain Relief, Inflammation, Arthritis, NSAIDs)

Thyroid & Metabolism
Many individuals are confused as to whether they have a low or underactive thyroid, or some type of thyroid condition such as hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, elevated thyroid autoantibodies, or Hashimotos thyroiditis. Interestingly, many people are simply suffering from rather simple nutritional deficiencies. (Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Thyroid Disorders) 

Natural Remedies for Prostate Disease
In the United States, costs for treating prostatic enlargement disorders are over 2 billion dollars a year. Prostate problems account for over 1.7 million annual physician office visits and result in more than 300,000 operations a year, making prostate enlargement one of the most common medical conditions to affect older men. (Prostate Disease, Prostatic Enlargement Disorders, BPH, Saw Palmetto, Pygeum africanum, Selenium)

Vitamin D: Benefits Beyond Healthy Bones
For decades vitamin D was associated only with bone-building calcium and healthy strong teeth. Today, we are beginning to understand just how important vitamin D really is to our overall health and that many of us are not getting enough of this vitally important vitamin. (Calcium, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, Autoimmune Disorders)

Sodium and Persons With Diabetes
Persons with diabetes are encouraged to plan a diabetic diet that limits their sodium intake to help prevent or to control high blood pressure. Suggestions for diabetic meal planning that will help toward this goal. (Diabetic Nutrition and Diabetic Cooking)

Exercise and Diabetes
Exercise is very important in managing diabetes. Exercise improves your body's use of insulin. Blood glucose levels are affected by exercise, so be aware of general exercise guidelines and precautions for diabetics as you begin your fitness program. (Diabetes Information)

Eye Complications
People with diabetes do have a higher risk of blindness than people without diabetes. But most people who have diabetes have nothing more than minor eye disorders. You can keep minor problems minor. And if you do develop a major problem, there are treatments that often work well if you begin them right away. (Diabetic Complications, Glaucoma, Cataracts)

Top Five Ways To Feel Full And Eat Less
It's a common complaint: how can you lose weight if you're hungry all the time? The solution may be easier than you think. Many acts of overeating, in fact, may have less to do with appetite than the sheer amount of food we have on our plate. (Diabetic Meal Planning, High Protein Diet, Depression, Anxiety)

ADA Blood Sugar Goals for Diabetes
Are you wondering what your blood sugar goals should be? These goals provided by the American Diabetes Association are determined from studies that examined the effects of near-normal blood sugar levels on the rates of diabetic complications. (Blood Sugar Level and Diabetes Management)

All The Nerve
One of the most common long-term repercussions of high blood glucose levels is diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about two-thirds of those with diabetes have some form of this complication. (Diabetes Management, Neuropathy Symptoms, Preventing Neuropathy)

Eating Healthy on $7 A Day or Less
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. Diabetes is an expensive disease. When a family member has either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, the family's income has to cover medications or insulin and syringes, monitoring equipment and strips, medical visits, diabetes books and magazines, and, of course, healthful foods. No wonder it's tempting to shortchange the last item. But healthful foods are actually a blue chip investment. Good nutrition will help keep your blood glucose in balance now and will likely help prevent costly complications and expensive medical care later. (Diabetes Meal Planning and Diabetes Menu)
 
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diabetes educator
a health care professional who teaches people who have diabetes how to manage their diabetes. Some diabetes educators are certified diabetes educators (CDEs). Diabetes educators are found in hospitals, physician offices, managed care organizations, home health care and other settings.

dietitian (DY-eh-TIH-shun)
a health care professional who advises people about meal planning, weight control and diabetes management. A registered dietitian (RD) has more training.

certified diabetes educator (CDE)
a health care professional with expertise in diabetes education who has met eligibility requirements and successfully completed a certification exam.

podiatry (puh-DY-uh-tree)
the care and treatment of feet.

team management
a diabetes treatment approach in which medical care is provided by a team of health care professionals including a doctor, a dietitian, a nurse, a diabetes educator, and others. The team acts as advisers to the person with diabetes.
 
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