What is the Ketogenic Diet?

You’ve probably heard a lot about the ketogenic diet in the media. But what exactly is it, and how does it work? The ketogenic diet is one where you focus on eating foods that are high in fat, and low in carbohydrates. How does the Ketogenic Diet work? The human body can produce energy in two ways: […]

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Exercise and Diabetes

Exercise can help a person with diabetes in many ways! It lowers your blood pressure, blood sugar levels, and levels of bad cholesterol. It makes your body fitter by strengthening your heart, bones and muscles, and helps you lose weight. Exercise also lowers your risk of developing heart disease and stroke. By exercising more, you […]

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Gestational Diabetes: Your Guide To Staying Healthy During Pregnancy

What is gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes is essentially a condition where you have abnormally high blood sugar levels while pregnant. This condition normally goes away after your baby is born. During your pregnancy, there are things you can do to keep yourself and your baby as healthy as possible.   What should I eat? You […]

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Diabetes-Friendly Recipes For Your Family

Being diabetic means sticking to a nutrient-rich diet that is low in fat. You may love your fruits and vegetables, but somehow eating diabetic-friendly recipes just doesn’t seem as exciting as what you would have eaten before, right? Wrong! Eating Diabetes-friendly recipes doesn’t mean eating boring, flavorless food. It means sticking to high-fiber, whole grain […]

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South Florida Breast Cancer Events

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month – a yearly campaign that aims to raise awareness of breast cancer, and to help educate and support anyone who is affected by the disease. Many events have been organized in South Florida to raise both money and awareness. It is a very important cause so be sure […]

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