Blog Posts - Type Ii Diabetes



Stem Cell Breakthrough Could Eventually Cure Type I Diabetes, Help with Type II

Promising his diabetic children he would find a cure, Harvard Researcher Doug Melton is very close to keeping that promise. Using both stem cells from human embryos and human skin cells, Melton has found a way to make cells produce insulin, according...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Oct 10, 2014

29 Million Americans Now Have Diabetes: One-Quarter Don’t Even Know

America is becoming a nation of diabetics. According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are now more than 29 million Americans who have diabetes. This number is up from 2010 when the CDC reported there we...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jun 11, 2014

Continuing with the LCHF Lifestyle

Day by Day with a Movement Disorder - My Journey with a Mitochondrial Disease I’ve spent the last month gradually changing over to eating on the Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) lifestyle. I say lifestyle, not only because it’s such a drastic c...

11.3 Mile 25K Training Run 3/9/13 by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details

11.3 Mile 25K Training Run 3/9/13 by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. Had pretty good weather for a run today. Wasn’t too cold but miles 3 – 6 were directly into the wind which is always tougher mentally and physically but Astrid g...
by One Pound Ago on Mar 9, 2013

25K Training Begins For The 2013 Fifth Third River Bank Run!

3.5 Mile fitness run Once again I find myself in a very lazy position of not posting for a while.  Has been a very busy fall and now that we are heading into December, I am hoping things will fall back into an even pace as we march on towards Chri...
by One Pound Ago on Dec 4, 2012

11 Mile Fitness Bike Ride – Avoiding Running in the Heat!

11 Mile Fitness Bike Ride 9/5/12 by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. I have certainly been lazy about posting here lately and just about as lazy when it comes to running in this summer heat!  Went for an 11 mile bike ride tonight so that I go...
by One Pound Ago on Sep 5, 2012

8 Mile Fitness Run 7/28/12 – Getting Slower!

8 Mile Fitness Run 7/28/12 – Getting Slower! by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. Well I survived another 8 miles today but it seemed like 15!  I am severely out of shape and need this heat wave to break so I can get in more week day run...
by One Pound Ago on Jul 28, 2012

Reeds Lake 5K Run 2012

Reeds Lake 5K Run 2012 by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. Another 5K run in the books. Wasn’t my best time and was headed towards 80 deg. at 8 AM in the morning but heck, I do these for fitness and fun and nothing more so just finishing...
by One Pound Ago on Jun 30, 2012

How High Fat Foods Impact Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

A University of Michigan Health System study provides new clues about the health-damaging molecular changes set in motion by eating high fat foods. A better [...]...
by How To Learn on May 30, 2012

Type II Diabetes Treatment?

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by Diabetes Away on May 22, 2012

Type II Diabetes

A patient discovers that she has Type II Diabetes after a routine physical.
by Diabetes Away on May 8, 2012

Potential For Treating Diabetes Via Glucagon Pathway

Maintaining the right level of sugar in the blood is the responsibility not only of insulin, which removes glucose, but also of a hormone called glucagon, which adds glucose. For decades, treatments for type II diabetes have taken aim at … Cont...

13.1 Mile 25K Training Run by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details

13.1 Mile 25K Training Run by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. Ken Bailey and I had a great run today on the actual 25K course. It was 55 deg. most of the morning and with the clouds it didn’t feel too warm for running that way either. R...
by One Pound Ago on Apr 14, 2012

Type II Diabetes, Lifestyle Changes

A patient learns to accept her disease and find ways of improving her health and lifestyle.
by Diabetes Away on Apr 11, 2012

A Diabetes Diet Meal Plan That Works

By the year 2050, as much as 33% of Americans born in the year 2000 will have full-blown type 2 diabetes according to the Centers of Disease Control (CDC)! Diabetes And Your Diet We now know the reason diabetes has become an epidemic and could become...
by Natural Weight Loss Diet Blog on Mar 21, 2012

Irish Jig 5K run. Race Time Temp 65 degrees!

Irish Jig 5K run. Race Time Temp 65 degrees! by wm8c at Garmin Connect – Details. Well all things considered, this had to be the best Irish Jig I’ve ever ran in and it had nothing to do with the time I ran it as it was only average for me...
by One Pound Ago on Mar 17, 2012

Childhood Obesity – Understanding the Costs and Causes

Childhood obesity, understanding the costs and causes of this disease is vital to learning how to control the epidemic. Babyhood chunkiness involves considerable risks to physical and emotional health. In 2000, it was projected that 30% of boys and 4...


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