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Diabetes management requires awareness. Know what makes your blood sugar level rise and fall — and how to control these day-to-day factors.

When we eat, especially refined carbohydrate foods, the foods are broken down into glucose.

Ordinarily, the pancreas should secrete a hormone called insulin that would help get the glucose into the body cells so it can be used for energy.

When diabetes sets in, one of two things usually happens; either the body cannot make use of the insulin secreted by the pancreas properly, thereby leading to an accumulation of glucose in the bloodstream. 

Usually an accumulation of glucose in the bloodstream as a result of diabetes. This is what then leads to high blood sugar. Diabetes is of two types; type 1 and type 2. 

Inflammation Management for Diabetic Patient

Recent studies have shown that inflammation does have a connection with the development of diabetes. 

Ordinarily, inflammation is the response of the body to fighting infections or toxic substances in the body, all in an attempt to heal itself.

As a diabetic patient however, managing inflammation due to excess in production of organ damage such as blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks and stroke can be done in two simple ways; 


Regular cardio exercise, such as swimming, walking or jogging for 30 to 40 minutes in a day helps a lot with fighting against inflammation as a diabetic.

Exercise engages your muscles to use up more sugar to burn energy, and causes an increase of anti-inflammatory chemicals into the body.


Consumption of the Right Diet

Eating the right foods will also help you manage inflammation properly. The right foods in this case are foods with anti-inflammatory qualities.

Natural anti-inflammatories are foods that you can eat to lower your odds of having inflammation.

Fruits and veggies: Go for variety and lots of color.

Research shows that vitamin K-rich leafy greens like spinach and kale reduce inflammation, as do broccoli and cabbage. So does the substance that gives fruits like cherries, raspberries, and blackberries their color.


Whole grains: Oatmeal, brown rice, whole-wheat bread, and other unrefined grains tend to be high in fiber, and fiber also may help with inflammation.

Inflammatory Foods: Anything highly processed, overly greasy, or super sweet isn’t a good choice for you if you have inflammation.


Treatment that can help:

  1. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF)

  2. Hydrogen Therapy

  3. Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna

  4. Ion Negative Energizer

  5. Halotherapy

  6. Hydro Therapy

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