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Navigating the Diabetes Diet: Foods to Skip for Better Health

It's more important to make informed food choices than to give up on a colourful and varied diet when you have diabetes. We understand that it might be difficult, particularly in the beginning when you're learning how to modify your dietary regimen. Maintaining a healthy blood glucose level can be greatly impacted by knowing which meals to avoid. Reducing the consumption of foods heavy in sugar, harmful fats, and processed carbs...

Cracking the Code: Unraveling Causes and Treatments of Gestational Diabetes

Causes of high blood sugar in pregnant women Basic cause: Some pregnant women acquire gestational diabetes as a result of a variety of physiological changes that occur to them after conception, including increased glucose requirements, increased insulin resistance, and relatively insufficient insulin secretion. Predisposing factors: - Pregnant factors: Overweight or obese, multiparous, having gained excessive weight before getting pregnant, being short in stature, having a low birth weight, being polycystic, and...

Insulin Storage 101: The Right Way to Keep Your Medication Effective

You must understand how to store insulin if you utilize insulin therapy in order for it to maintain its potency and continue to function. Safe syringe disposal reduces the risk of damage to others nearby. INSULIN STORAGE Insulin is light- and temperature-sensitive. Temperature extremes and sunlight can have an impact on insulin's effectiveness. This could account for variations in blood glucose regulation. Insulin will remain stable if it is stored properly. The insulin...

Insulin and Temperature: The Crucial Connection You Can’t Ignore

It's true that the potent liquid that keeps you healthy is temperature sensitive. A vial or pen of insulin is highly particular about temperature; it should never be too hot or cold. Let's examine how to protect your insulin against extreme heat and cold in more detail. The right temperature for storing unopened insulin When stored in your refrigerator, an insulin vial or pen should be kept between 36 and 46 degrees Fahrenheit....