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Defeat Diabetes® E-Lerts™ Newsletter
(Volume VIII, Issue II)
High Fiber Diets Improve Diabetes Control
It has long been known that a diet rich in fiber lowers cholesterol. A German clinical trial reported that eating fiber-enriched bread for only three days improved insulin sensitivity in overweight and obese women by 8%. The good news for those with diabetes is that increasing your fiber now can also prevent long-term complications from diabetes.
Soluble fiber has been found to produce significant reductions in blood sugar in 33 of 50 studies testing it. In clinical intervention trials ranging from two to 17 weeks, consumption of fiber was shown to decrease insulin requirements in people with type 2 diabetes.
Read more about fiber itself and how to incorporate fiber into your diet.
Latest News - Self Management - Foods For Your Health: Sugarless gum, Olive oil and more.
Latest News - Self Management - New! Diabetes & Other Diseases: Psoriasis, Dementia, Restless Leg Syndrome and more.
A Message From Our Executive Director: There's a big emphasis on self management for diabetes. DDF conducts a variety of programs each year to promote awareness, prevention and early detection of the disease.
Latest News - Self Management - Drugs & Treatments: Intranasal Insulin, Avandia, Transplants and more.
Diabetic Friendly Recipes: Fiber-rich and tasty recipes this month.
Islets of Humor™: Tai Chi for diabetics?
Know Your Fruits and Veggies™: Green Beans: Wonderful info!
Shirley's Vegetable Garden™: Shirley's back!
Treatments on the Horizon: New links and pathways and drugs on the horizon!
Fiber is an important part of a healthy diet. Learn how to make fiber part of your lifestyle.
Lisa M. Rasolt
Defeat Diabetes Foundation
Defeat Diabetes®: Awareness + Action = Prevention®
Confused about Long Term Care & Diabetes?
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Latest News - Self Management - Foods For Your Health
Sugar-Free Gum Limits Snack Cravings
Olive Oil Compound Protects Against Heart Disease
Metabolic Syndrome Less Common in 100% Juice Drinkers
Just Slightly Reducing Sugar Intake, Increasing Fiber Consumption Reduces Type 2 Diabetes Risk for Hispanic Teenagers
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Latest News - Self Management - New! Diabetes & Other Diseases
Psoriasis Associated with Diabetes and High Blood Pressure in Women
Low Blood Sugar Increases Older Diabetics' Dementia Risk
Breast Cancer Chemotherapy Impacted by Diabetes Control
Laughter Lowers Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics
Obesity and Diabetes Can Increase the Risk for Restless Legs Syndrome
DDF conducts a variety of programs each year to promote awareness, prevention and early detection of the disease. We also focus on the consequences of undiagnosed and/or poorly managed diabetes and provide accurate, up-to-date and practical information on the treatment and self-management of diabetes.
In the process of fulfilling our advocacy for the improvement of the lives of all diabetics, we continually seek out like-minded individuals and companies to support. More
Latest News - Self Management - Drugs & Treatments
Stopping Avandia Increases Blood Sugar Levels
Intranasal Insulin Improves Diabetic Neuropathy
Transplants Help Type 1 Diabetics Stop Insulin Injections
Brown Fat Could Help Treat Obesity and Diabetes
Diabetes Support Groups Database
We've developed a listing of Diabetes Education Programs and Diabetes Support Groups in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
This month our recipes emphasize fiber. Fiber fills you and a new study concludes fiber may help control diabetes. These recipes taste delicious too.
Diabetes is a costly disease. Yet the cost of ignoring your diabetes treatment is even higher. There are programs to help you with prescriptions, testing supplies and if you have no insurance. More information
Islets of Humor™ humor
By Theresa Garnero
Planning for Summer Camp?Diabetes Camps Info and Database
The Next DPP-4 Inhibitor Onglyza™ Passes CVD Review: Coming Soon
Discovery of a New Receptor Antagonist Predicts Diabetes 2 Onset
New Link Between Obesity and Insulin Resistance Uncovered
This concludes the Defeat Diabetes® E-Lerts™ Newsletter.
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