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Deeksha Khare says

Coconut water is an energizing, sweet, and natural drink which helps your body in replenishing the lost fluids.it helps to reduce diabetic issue.
Coconut water is an energizing, sweet, and natural drink which helps your body in replenishing the lost fluids.it helps to reduce diabetic issue.
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Doctor Curo says

  1. Eat your meals and snacks at the time each day.
  2. Carry /keep foods to treat low blood sugar for emergencies.
  3. Take a snack if you plan to exercise more.
  4. Eating out-inject your insulin or take your pills after you get the restaurant, as your meal may be delayed.
  5. Alcohol should be taken with a snack or with the meal.
  6. Check your blood sugar often.
  7. Ensure that your family...
  1. Eat your meals and snacks at the time each day.
  2. Carry /keep foods to treat low blood sugar for emergencies.
  3. Take a snack if you plan to exercise more.
  4. Eating out-inject your insulin or take your pills after you get the restaurant, as your meal may be delayed.
  5. Alcohol should be taken with a snack or with the meal.
  6. Check your blood sugar often.
  7. Ensure that your family...
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Deeksha Khare says

I don’t know if you mean like diet supplement drinks or like diet soda but I’m going to go with soda . I know that no soda is good for diabetics and though diet sodas have no sugar, the artificial sweetners are not good for your body and the way it metabolizes sugars, thus its especially bad for diabetics. The only soda I have seen recommended for diabetics is called Diet Rite and its got like a blue label with bubbles on it. It tastes like generic diet coke, and once you get used to it its not too bad. Its still not good for you and you should probably just drink water, but as a fellow soda fiend I understand the struggle. Just be sure to supplement your soda intake with lots of water.
I donât know if you mean like diet supplement drinks or like diet soda but Iâm going to go with soda . I know that no soda is good for diabetics and though diet sodas have no sugar, the artificial sweetners are not good for your body and the way it metabolizes sugars, thus its especially bad for diabetics. The only soda I have seen recommended for diabetics is called Diet Rite and its got like... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

Absolutely NOT..This particular condition is related to the insulin release at day time and you may please confirm that this is not happening again and if it happens, you will have to keep a track on your diets and exercise well.Prevention is always better than cure and stay away from Diabetes!! Normal blood sugar levels Fasting blood sugar level: 70-110 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level (after 2 hrs of meal): 80-140 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in prediabetics (impaired glucose tolerance) Fasting blood sugar level: 110-125 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level: 140-200 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in diabetics Fasting blood sugar level: 126 mg/dl or more Postprandial blood sugar level: 200 mg/dl or more
Absolutely NOT..This particular condition is related to the insulin release at day time and you may please confirm that this is not happening again and if it happens, you will have to keep a track on your diets and exercise well.Prevention is always better than cure and stay away from Diabetes!! Normal blood sugar levels Fasting blood sugar level: 70-110 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

The following sites are safe for injecting insulin during pregnancy: The top and outer area of the thigh. Absorption of insulin is slower from this site unless you exercise, The upper and outer area of the arms, The buttocks. The insulin injection location should be rotated within each site. The new location should be slightly away from each other.
The following sites are safe for injecting insulin during pregnancy: The top and outer area of the thigh. Absorption of insulin is slower from this site unless you exercise, The upper and outer area of the arms, The buttocks. The insulin injection location should be rotated within each site. The new location should be slightly away from each other.
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