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A new study, published by the scientific journal Epidemiology, suggests that the rice flour used in a lot of gluten-free foods may be exposing people to potentially harmful levels of arsenic and mercury. Gluten-free diets are recommended for people with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder where t...

Gluten-free diet used to treat celiac disease in type 1 diabetes tied to toxic metals

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yesterday at 20:26. Facebook
"Hope my 3 year old rescue dog has taught herself to detect my low blood sugars. If I'm asleep she wakes me up and if I'm already awake she refuses to leave my side until they are back to a normal level. I would be lost without her "
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yesterday at 19:56. Facebook
Nocturnal hypoglycemia or night time hypos are common in people who treat their diabetes with insulin. Symptoms are usually only realised once waking up from a hypo.

Nocturnal Hypoglycemia - Night Time Hypo Symptoms, Causes, Prevention

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Bella is ADORABLE! She's able to spot when Cerrie-jayne's blood sugar levels are low. What a clever girl! ❤

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yesterday at 16:09. Facebook
Hypo alert dogs are specially trained to recognise when their owner has low blood glucose levels, hypoglycemia. A hypo alert dog may be suitable for someone that has impaired hypo awareness, meaning they have significant difficulty in recognising...

Hypo Alert Dogs - How Dogs Recognise Hypoglycemia

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Hypos are periods of low blood sugar. Although common for diabetics, a hypo can be unnerving. With appropriate treatment the effects and length of hypos can be reduced.

How to Treat a Hypo - Treating Hypos

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yesterday at 14:02. Facebook
"Thank you my boy, for loving me even though I am constantly poking you with needles between the insulin and BG tests. Thank you for knowing that I still love you even though you will never understand why mum keeps doing this to you. You feel better then you have in years I can see it. We still have many hurdles ahead. The hardest part is never knowing when to test your blood you act the same...
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yesterday at 10:57. Facebook
Oggy alerts me to hypos! She has saved my life on many occasions and has helped prevent trips to the hospital. She really is my best friend

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yesterday at 09:51. Facebook
A hypo (hypoglycemia) is triggered when blood sugar levels fall under 4 mmol/L. For example, too much insulin or too little food can spark a hypo.

What is a Hypo - Hypo Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

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Researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) have recently shown that a periodic ketogenic diet exerts similar beneficial effects to fasting on metabolic disease risk factors. To date, most scientific papers about fasting have focused on how it can improve markers of aging and were con...

Ketogenic fasting-type diet shown to improve risk factors for type 2 diabetes

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02/19/2017 at 22:12. Facebook
Researchers have managed to kick-start beta cells so they start producing insulin again, signaling potential future type 1 diabetes treatments. Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have converted cells known as alpha cells into insulin-producing beta cells in mice, a development which c...

Beta cell conversion could unlock changes during type 1 diabetes development

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02/19/2017 at 20:53. Facebook
A study looking at how to slow down the development of type 1 diabetes has uncovered some "extremely exciting" results, according to Swedish researchers. A drug called GAD-alum has been found to help maintain insulin production in people with newly-diagnosed type 1 diabetes.

Promising study results could slow type 1 diabetes development

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