Don’t Give Up on Type-2 Diabetes Diet Recommendations

Most nutritionists and health experts will say that slow and steady efforts to control your weight will lead to the most success. For many patients who have been diagnosed with type-2 diabetes, however, Diabetes and Exercisetheir doctor will have told them that obesity can cause significant problems and lead to frustration if they see setbacks. New research indicates that they should hold off on quitting their diet and workouts using diabetic socks to minimize sores.

The Study

Researchers in Sweden recently completed a nearly two-year-long study to monitor the benefits of a diet low in carbohydrates for 22 months. They found that patients who kept up with their meal plans saw benefits regarding their weight (either maintaining or in many cases getting closer to their goal) as well as blood sugar levels for the entire period.

It’s true that some patients plateaued after six months in terms of weight loss and fasting serum glucose levels, but there were still no reported cardiovascular events compared to a control group. Those side effects are some of the most common for diabetes patients.

The Takeaway
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Diabetes Socks and Diabetes Statistics

Healthy Sole SocksFor people who are diagnosed with type-2 diabetes in their adult years, there are a range of conditions that they need to be aware of, including reduced feeling in their extremities that can be aided with the help of diabetic socks. However, statistics show that without proper care, blindness and kidney disease are also significant factors.

Incidence of Diabetes in the United States

According to the American Diabetes Association, roughly 26 million people suffer from diabetes, yet seven million of those have an undiagnosed condition. Up to 80 million may be at risk for the disease depending on what risk factors are used. African-Americans, Mexican-Americans and those of Puerto Rican descent are all more likely to develop the condition.

People who urinate very frequently and/or feel thirsty or hungry during eating may have pre-diabetes. Other symptoms of the condition can include massive weight fluctuations or fatigue caused by the body struggling to regulate blood sugar levels. Those with some or all of these symptoms may want to consult with a doctor so that if they are diagnosed quickly, they can begin preventive care that can include diabetic socks.

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