People with type II diabetes are prescribed by medications including insulin to help control their blood sugar levels. Most of these anti-diabetics are available in the form of tablets for oral administration, but some are given intravenously in the form of injection. These pills and injections are intended to be used in combination with regular physical activity and healthy eating (not as a substitute). Continue Reading
Almost 24 million people in the United States suffer from diabetes. Life can be tough those who are struggling with the disease and are on diabetes medicines. Not many know that a little change in lifestyle and diet can go a long way. It is possible to control diabetes through diet. Coupled with exercise, a healthy diet can also prevent people from developing type 2 diabetes. Here’s a list of ADA-recommended super foods that are helpful in controlling diabetes.