Understanding the GI Index and Its Role in Type 2 Diabetes Navigating the maze of dietary recommendations is no easy task, especially for individuals with Type 2 Diabetes. Enter the Glycaemic Index (GI), a simple yet invaluable tool that can make food choices more...
Ok. Let’s get something absolutely clear. If you are overweight or obese, it does NOT mean that you will develop Type 2 Diabetes. If you are of a ‘healthy weight’, it does not mean that you WON’T develop Type 2 Diabetes. Carrying...
Many people are diagnosed with either condition as part of a routine or random blood glucose check. Sometimes they will have gone to the doctors after dealing with certain symptoms for many months or years, and they finally get to a point wherethey decide to get to...
Pre-diabetes is sometimes seen as a blood sugar ‘no-mans land’ – that is, an individual’s blood sugars levels are not in the ‘normal’ range but equally are not of a level high enough to be considered fully ‘Type 2 Diabetic’. It is seen as a tipping point; the point at...
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