Is stevia a perfect sugar substitute?

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Stevia – sweetener, bestowed by nature – a frequent guest on the tables of those who like to eat and who want to lose weight. She, like a true star of nutrition, is winning the hearts of new fans. This plant owes its popularity, above all, to its low calorie content (some consider that it has no calories at all). What….

Is stevia a perfect sugar substitute?
Long-term sequela of diabetes

Long-term sequela of diabetes

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The presence of type 1 or type 2 diabetes day after day affects both the physical and psychological state of the patient. We understand how your daily life can change and how you will have to sacrifice, but those who do not take their disease seriously are at risk of late complications of diabetes. It is easy….

Five steps to protect against diabetes

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In Europe, if a patient with diabetes disrupts the order of treatment and admits a hypoglycemic crisis, he can be punished by depriving him of his driving license. Such a strict approach to the responsibility of a person for their health and treatment. For the time being, we don’t always succeed in driving people to medical examinations. That….

Five steps to protect against diabetes
Complications of Diabetes

Complications of Diabetes

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With good control, discipline and a healthy lifestyle, the complications of diabetes can easily be minimized or even completely prevented. Taking care of your body is your main responsibility, and it begins with awareness of your illness. Understanding what diabetes is, how it is treated and what changes it requires in the way of life may….

Burnout syndrome in diabetics. Causes and ways to overcome

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He is your constant companion. Early morning. During breakfast. During the trip to work. During the presentation in front of partners. On the way to the gym. During the next attempt to give your body a good physical exertion. During dinner. And also late in the evening and even late at night when he needs to eat or drink again. He demands your….

Burnout syndrome in diabetics. Causes and ways to overcome
How to teach loved ones to help in managing diabetes

How to teach loved ones to help in managing diabetes

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  One of the most difficult aspects of the manifestation of love for a person with diabetes is that the help that close people offer, following their instincts, is not always consistent with our ideal ideas of help! Of course, they do not have diabetes, which means that they do not always understand what kind….

Insulin: calculation, dosage and administration

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Insulin is a hormone that is produced by the b cells of the pancreas. With the help of insulin, glucose enters the muscle, liver and adipose tissue, where it is used either as an energy source or is stored as glycogen. Since the type 1 diabetes in se pancreatic b-cells die and insulin is not….

Insulin: calculation, dosage and administration
DIABETES – DO NOT REFUSE TO TRAVEL

DIABETES – DO NOT REFUSE TO TRAVEL

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Diabetes –   no reason to refuse to travel. Despite the fact that preparing a person with diabetes for a trip requires solving a considerable number of logistical issues, with proper preparation, you will be ready for all sorts of situations.I love to travel and have already visited about 20 countries and more than half….

How does diabetes affect your sex life?

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Unfortunately, few of us consider it necessary to discuss issues of sex life with a doctor. In fact, we should not forget that diabetes can have an impact on sexual life and sexual health, both physically and psychologically. Despite the fact that many diabetics seek to get maximum information about the short-term and long-term complications….

How does diabetes affect your sex life?
Type 1 diabetes

Type 1 diabetes

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Type 1 diabetes is a disease that has been known since ancient times. However, if in the times of ancient Greece and Rome, doctors did not really know what it was, and there were no methods for treating the disease, now the situation has changed for the better. Nevertheless, type 1 diabetes remains a disease….