Don’t take Kidney failure lightly

Don't take Kidney failure lightly
April 21, 2017

Don’t take Kidney failure lightly The number of patients who will require dialysis is likely to more than double by 2040 if chronic kidney disease is not seriously addressed. The symptoms aren’t obvious in the early stages and it is thus been rightly called the silent disease. But it isn’t a time to remain quiet about chronic kidney disease (CKD), which strikes 10% of the population.   Don’t take Kidney…

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How To Get Rid of Kidney Stones Naturally

How to get rid of kidney stones
April 20, 2017

How To Get Rid of Kidney Stones Naturally Kidney Stone Symptoms & Causes It is quite possible that you have a kidney stone & not know until you feel that shocking, & unexpected pain in the lower back or along the obliques below your ribs. When that occurs, the first question that will come to your mind is ‘How do you know for sure if you have a kidney stone…

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Denise Kissed Insulin Goodbye – Find out how!

April 19, 2017

Denise Kissed Insulin Goodbye – Find out how! Doctors had Denise convinced that there was nothing she could do about her type 2 diabetes. She felt she might as well get used to giving herself shots the rest of her life. Then one day, everything changed. Have you ever met someone who opened your thinking up to a whole new world of possibility? That’s what happened to Denise, through encounters…

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Kidney disease symptoms in adults – What 8 signs to look for if your Kidney has a problem?

Kidney disease symptoms in adults
April 18, 2017

Kidney disease symptoms in adults The above mentioned vitals have a location right under the rib cage. They carry the responsibilty for cleansing & detox. In layman’s terms they are that part of your body machinery that filters 10-150 quarts blood every 24 hours. This is vital for every body functions & it keeps the blood healthy too. The kidneys flush out excessive fluids or waste material from the living…

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Are Berries Good for Diabetics

Are berries good for the diabetic
April 17, 2017

Are berries good for diabetics Before we dive into the question “Are berries good for diabetics” let us talk a bit about fruits in general. Higher consumption of fresh fruit is directly linked with a lower occurrance of type 2 diabetes & reduced complications in people with already diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, research suggests. The study was spearheaded by Huaidong Du of the Univ. of Oxford, which found people…

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America’s Juvenile Diabetes is Climbing

America's juvenile diabetes is climbing
April 15, 2017

America’s juvenile diabetes is climbing The rate at which America’s juvenile diabetes is climbing & researchers don’t know why. A 1st-ever study of new diabetes diagnoses of American youth under age twenty found both Types 1 & 2 diabetes surged from 2002-2012. The diagnosis of fresh episodes of Type 2 diabetes, directly linked with obesity, increased about 5 percentage each year from 2002 to 2012, the research said, while new…

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What is Good Diabetes Eating?

What is Good Diabetes Eating
April 10, 2017

What is Good Diabetes Eating? For many, eating delicious food when you are on a Diabetic diet seems to be an unsolvable mystery. “I have Diabetes, how can I eat tasty food again?   If you have done your research right, then you know already that everything you really crave is available to you in form or another. Craving for a cake? There are lots of cake recipes that taste…

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New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes – California University, San Diego Research

New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes
April 8, 2017

New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes All over the world, the incidence of people with diabetes has been rising since 1980, with 422 million people diagnosed 3 years back (and increasing ever since). The United States of America alone has experienced a substantial rise in the number of diabetics, with the number of Americans diagnosed going up from 5.5 million in 1980, to 22 million in 2014, which…

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