Diabetes and kidney disease

Kidney disease or kidney damage that occurs in people with diabetes is called diabetic nephropathy. This condition is a complication of diabetes.


Each kidney is made of hundreds of thousands of small units called nephrons. These structures filter your blood, help remove waste from the body, and control fluid balance.

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Diabetic leg pain and peripheral arterial disease

Cramping, pain, or tiredness in the legs when walking or climbing stairs – these may not sound like symptoms of a serious condition. In fact, many people believe that they are normal signsof aging. But they can be signs of peripheral arterial disease, a severe condition that can lead to gangrene and amputation if left untreated.

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5 Snacks to stabilize blood sugar

Are you sticking to three healthy meals per day but still having a hard time stabilizing your glucose numbers? Many of my clients find it surprising that I recommend they actually eat morefrequently than just three times per day. It seems counter-intuitive to them – they think that if they’re trying to improve their eating habits they should be eating less not more.

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The power of blood sugar stabilization

To get R.I.P.P.E.D. and look and feel your best, it’s critical to stabilize your blood sugar with the right nutrition.

When blood sugar is stable (levels kept between 80 and 120 mg / dl throughout the day), your body is in balance and naturally releases what it doesn’t need like stored body fat, toxins and excess sodium.

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