Diabetes

  1. Alcohol Use and Persons With Diabetes

    Alcohol can lower blood sugar levels to the point of hypoglycemia. Keep careful track of your blood sugar levels when drinking alcohol, because certain diabetes medications also lower blood glucose levels.

  2. Controlling Type 2 Diabetes With a Healthy Lifestyle

    A healthy lifestyle will help you attain and maintain a healthy weight, manage your blood glucose level, lower blood pressure if you have high blood pressure, reduce stress and improve your mood.

  3. Healthy Cooking Tips for Persons With Diabetes

    Steam vegetables in low-fat broth or water, and use vegetable oil spray instead of oil, shortening, or butter.

  4. Sodium and Persons With Diabetes

    People with diabetes are encouraged to limit the sodium in their diets to help prevent or to control high blood pressure.

  5. Type 2 Diabetes

    A person with type 2 diabetes either can't make enough insulin or can't properly use it.

  6. What Is Diabetes?

    Diabetes is a chronic disease that involves the regulation of blood sugar and occurs in two different forms, type 1 and type 2.

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