Creating a Prediabetes-Friendly Diet That Works for You

Creating a Prediabetes-Friendly Diet That Works for You

What is Prediabetes? Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are above normal but not yet high enough to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. It is sometimes known as borderline diabetes.  Prediabetes increases the chance of acquiring type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The primary distinction between…

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Why Is My Blood Sugar High in the Morning? Causes and Treatment Tips

Why Is My Blood Sugar High in the Morning? Causes and Treatment Tips

Ever wondered, “Why is my blood sugar high in the morning?” This is a typical question among people who constantly monitor their blood sugar levels. Through this guide, we want to decipher this riddle and provide you with knowledge to assist you manage and maybe decrease high morning blood sugar…

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Reversing Diabetes in Individuals Over 45

Reversing Diabetes in Individuals Over 45

Diabetes, a chronic condition characterized by high blood sugar levels, has become a global health concern. While it is often associated with genetic predisposition and lifestyle factors, the question of whether diabetes can be reversed, especially in individuals over the age of 45, is a topic of considerable interest and…

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10 Effective Ways to Lower Blood Sugar

10 Effective Ways to Lower Blood Sugar

For energy, our bodies require glucose, a form of sugar. Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose after a meal, which enters the circulation. The pancreas that secretes insulin, a hormone that unlocks cells and allows glucose to enter for energy synthesis.  This system works well in healthy people, maintaining blood…

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Early Warning Signs of Type 2 Diabetes

8 Surprising Early Warning Signs of Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects how your body handles blood sugar (glucose). Type 2 diabetes occurs when your body either rejects the effects of insulin or produces insufficient insulin to maintain normal glucose levels. High blood sugar levels can harm your neurons and blood vessels over…

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What Causes Low Blood Sugar Without Diabetes

What Causes Low Blood Sugar Without Diabetes?

Low blood sugar, also known as hypoglycemia, is a condition commonly associated with diabetes. However, there exists a perplexing scenario where individuals experience low blood sugar without a diabetes diagnosis. Understanding the root causes of hypoglycemia in non-diabetic individuals is crucial for proper diagnosis, treatment, and overall health. In this…

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Which Diet is Best for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Which Diet Is Best For Reversing Type 2 Diabetes?

Introduction Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases affecting millions of people worldwide, with type 2 diabetes accounting for the majority of cases. About 38 million Americans have diabetes, and 1 in 5 don’t know it. Furthermore, almost 98 million adults in the US have prediabetes. Insulin resistance…

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The Most Effective Nutrients To Deal With Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus

The Most Effective Nutrients To Deal With Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus

Introduction Diabetes mellitus is one of the most common chronic, progressive diseases characterized by chronically elevated blood sugar levels, insulin resistance, and several complications. The severity of diabetic complications varies depending on the course of the disease, its duration, and the degree of hyperglycemia, or high blood pressure. Diabetic complications…

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Natural Remedies to Control Diabetes and Keep Your Blood Sugar in Check

Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the body cannot manage blood sugar levels adequately, either due to a lack of insulin production or insulin resistance. High blood sugar levels can cause nerve, blood vessel, and organ damage over time. As a result, maintaining a healthy blood sugar range is…

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What are the Best Natural Remedies for Diabetes?

Living with diabetes can be challenging, but there are natural remedies that can help manage the condition and improve overall health. While working with a healthcare professional to create a comprehensive treatment plan is important, incorporating these natural remedies into your routine can be beneficial. Natural Remedies for Diabetes Dietary…

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What Are the Best Natural Remedies for Diabetic Itching?

Itching is a common symptom of diabetes, especially when a person’s blood sugar levels are not well controlled. High blood sugar levels can cause dry skin, which can lead to itching. Additionally, diabetes can also cause nerve damage, known as diabetic neuropathy, which can result in itching and tingling sensations…

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Natural Treatments for Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetes neuropathy is a frequent consequence of the disease, affecting around 50% of diabetics 1. It is characterized by nerve injury and can cause numbness, tingling, and searing pain 12. While there is no known cure for diabetic neuropathy, natural remedies may help ease symptoms and improve nerve health. In…

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Are Swollen Lymph Nodes a Common Symptom of Diabetes?

When it comes to diabetes, most people are familiar with the common symptoms such as frequent urination, increased thirst, and unexplained weight loss. However, other symptoms may not be as well-known, such as swollen lymph nodes. In this article, we will explore the relationship between diabetes and swollen lymph nodes…

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How Much Vitamin C Should a Diabetic Take?

Vitamin C, an important vitamin known for its antioxidant qualities and numerous roles in body function maintenance, has received a lot of attention for its possible advantages in diabetes control. While studies show that vitamin C has the potential to improve general health in diabetics, choosing the ideal consumption involves…

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home remedies for diabetic wounds

What Natural Home Remedies Can Help Treat Diabetic Wounds?

Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as type 2 diabetes, is the product of a confluence of factors including heredity, mental stress, toxic exposure, excessive consumption of unhealthy foods, and insufficient physical activity.  Patients with type 2 diabetes typically turn to complementary and alternative medicine in addition to traditional therapy to assist…

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diabetes and blood clots

How Diabetes Increases the Risk of Blood Clots

Diabetes, a chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide, is notorious for its tangled web of complications. An increasing worry among these consequences is the increased risk of blood clots.  It may appear strange that a blood sugar disorder has such a significant influence on your heart. However, the…

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diabetes causing hair loss

Can Diabetes Cause Hair Loss? Here’s What You Should Know

Millions of Americans suffer from diabetes, a chronic illness that can cause a wide range of symptoms that are disruptive to day-to-day living. Numerous dietary adjustments as well as pharmaceutical treatments are available to help manage diabetes symptoms. Your quality of life with diabetes can be significantly enhanced by maintaining…

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b12 for diabetes treatment

When Should Vitamin B12 Be Used in Diabetes Treatment?

Vitamin b12 is a powerful antioxidant that can treat diabetes, but when should it be used? This article explores the potential benefits and risks of taking vitamin b12 in diabetes treatment. Vitamin B12 supplementation may benefit individuals with diabetes who have been diagnosed with a deficiency. Vitamin B12 plays a…

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sea moss and diabetes

The Health Benefits of Sea Moss For Diabetes: A Comprehensive Guide

What Is Sea Moss? (Irish Moss) Sea moss, also known as Irish moss or Carrageen moss, is a type of seaweed that grows along the rocky coasts of the Atlantic Ocean. It is widely consumed for its nutritional benefits and various culinary uses.  Sea moss is rich in essential minerals,…

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Dr. Kimberly Langdon

Kimberly Langdon

Dr. Kimberly Langdon has been an MD for 31 years, board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with 19-years of clinical experience. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning Honors in many rotations. She then completed her OB/GYN residency program at The Ohio State University Medical Center, earning first-place accolades for her Senior Research Project and Score of 98th percentile on a National Proficiency Test.

During her clinical career, she delivered over 2000 babies and specialized in minimally invasive procedures, menopause, endometriosis, menstrual disorders, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. After retiring from clinical practice, she founded a medical device company to commercialize her two patented and four patent-pending medical devices for both life-threatening and non-life-threatening infections.

Kimberly Langdon M.D.

Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Coologics, 2010-present
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimberly-langdon-m-d-41847610/
The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine 1987-1991
The Ohio State University Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program 1991-1995
Private practice 1995-2010

Po-Chang Hsu

Po-Chang Hsu

Po-Chang Hsu, M.D., received his medical doctorate from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. During his medical school training, Dr. Hsu worked with various patients, including adult and pediatric patients with acute and chronic conditions. Dr. Hsu’s interests include neurology, psychiatry, pediatrics, and sleep medicine.

Before medical school, Dr. Hsu finished a master’s degree at Harvard University and wrote a thesis on neuroimaging in schizophrenia patients at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospital. Dr. Hsu was also a part of the 2008 NASA Phoenix Lander Mission team, which sent a robotic spacecraft to the North polar region of Mars. Dr. Hsu also had research experience on neuroimaging in neonates at Boston Children’s Hospital, another Harvard Medical School-affiliated Hospital.

Since graduating from medical school, Dr. Hsu has worked as a full-time medical writer and consultant. In addition, he has experience writing and ghostwriting books and articles for physicians and health technology start-up companies. Dr. Hsu believes good communication between healthcare providers and patients creates the best results.

Publications

-Peer Reviewed Journal Article:
Kounaves, S.P., Hecht, M.H., West, S.J., Morookian, J.-M., Young, S.M.M., Quinn, R., Grunthaner, P., Wen, X., Weilert, M., Cable, C.A., Fisher, A., Gospodinova, K., Kapit, J., Stroble, S., Hsu, P.-C., Clark, B.C., Ming, D.W. and Smith, P.H. The MECA wet chemistry laboratory on the 2007 phoenix mars scout Lander. Journal of Geophysical Research. 2009, Mar; 114(E3): 10.1029/2008je003084.

-Poster Presentation:
2011 Harvard Psychiatry Mysell Poster Session; Boston, MA
Hsu, P.C., Rathi, Y., Eckbo, R., Nestor, P., Niznikiewicz, M., Thompson, E., Kubicki, M., Shenton, M.E. (March, 2011). Two-Tensor Diffusion Tensor Imaging of Acoustic Radiations in Schizophrenia

Dr. Nicolette Natale

Nicolette Natale

Dr. Nicolette Natale is a physician, with a background in Psychology, General Medicine, and English Literature, combining her expertise to provide readers with the most accurate, easy-to-understand, and comprehensive information regarding healthcare. She received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Nova Southeastern University, and her bachelor’s in English Literature and Psychology from the University of Miami. Dr. Natale seeks to empower individuals with knowledge, fostering a greater understanding of holistic health and encouraging a proactive approach to well-being