The statistic is sad but true. Half of American adults have cardiovascular diseases like high blood pressure, heart failure, or stroke. Nearly 600,000 people die from heart disease each year. That's one out of every four deaths in the United States. Furthermore, did you know the majority of diabetics die from cardiovascular disease? That's right. Heart disease, not blood … [Read more...] about 50% Of American Adults Have Heart Disease – Improve Your Heart Health Now!
The Best (And Worst) Foods For Heart Health
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States, killing over 600,000 people every year. We must focus on heart health, especially as diabetics. Having diabetes greatly increases risk of heart disease, heart attack and stroke. In fact, nearly 70% of diabetics age 65 and older die from some form of heart disease. Being heart smart is incredibly … [Read more...] about The Best (And Worst) Foods For Heart Health
These Colorful Foods Improve Immunity
Eating for immunity. While the concept may sound strange, it’s true! The foods we eat can have a huge impact on how our immune systems keep us healthy. How you ask? An astounding 80% of the body’s immune system is in the gut. In order for our digestive and immune systems to function best, a number of nutrients are required. Fats, carbs, protein, vitamins and minerals are all … [Read more...] about These Colorful Foods Improve Immunity
Simple Snacks To Stabilize Blood Sugar
Trying to avoid a snack attack? Diabetics deserve simple, quick snacks that won’t spike blood sugar. Don't worry, we’ve got your back! Snack foods are usually highly processed. This means they often contain far too many calories, unhealthy fat, sugars, and sodium. These foods also tend to have little to no nutritional value. This combination is especially dangerous for … [Read more...] about Simple Snacks To Stabilize Blood Sugar
What’s New In Diabetes Management? Focus On The Individual!
Finally! Healthcare providers are shifting the focus of care to the needs of patients as individuals. This is a monumental change from the mindset of “Every patient with ABC is treated with the XYZ plan of care.” Instead of automatically assigning you the same diet, medication and exercise plan as every other diabetic patient, emphasis is placed on what works for you as the … [Read more...] about What’s New In Diabetes Management? Focus On The Individual!