While biotin is hailed as the supplement for healthy nails and hair, it can also help with those who have diabetes and multiple sclerosis. However, it can also interfere with medications for those with hypothyroidism. Here’s what you need to know.
A natural variation of a gene called KLF14 affects body fat distribution in some women and significantly increases their risk for developing type 2 diabetes, suggests a study from the University of Virginia School of Medicine
Is taking insulin a mark of failure? A lot of people believe it is. Corinna Cornejo thinks otherwise.
Intermittent fasting may help manage type 2 diabetes through better glycemic control. Learn more about the pros and cons of fasting diets and the evidence behind them.
Believe it or not, your feet are a good barometer of your overall health. What do yours tell you about your health?
A 2018 study suggests that not only what you eat, but how much you eat and when may have significant effects on weight loss and blood glucose control.
Type 2 diabetes is treatable and can be controlled to allow people to live full and satisfying lives, however, there is currently no cure for type 2 diabetes.
Whether you have type 2 or type 1 diabetes, it’s crucial to establish a baseline ‘insulin-to-carbohydrate ratio’ if you take insulin.
Learn to recognize the most common culprits (we’re looking at you, brown rice). You might be surprised by some hidden carbohydrates.
10 signs that your insulin dosage is due for a tune-up.