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Check out the difference between the two main types of #diabetes—Type 1 and Type 2. 8.3% of the U.S. population has diabetes and the numbers will continue to rise. Therefore, it is important that we support diabetes awareness. Repin this to support diabetes awareness and help inform someone who may not have diabetes.

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More Type 1 Diabetes Info: Because we are still spending a lot of time clarifying misinformation with family, friends, and the vast general public. (Repeat with me: Will has type one... type ONE... not type two... type one!)

More Type 1 Diabetes Info: Because we are still spending a lot of time clarifying misinformation with family, friends, and the vast general public. (Repeat with me: Will has type one... type ONE... not type two... type one!)

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Top 21 Superfoods for Diabetics

The best superfoods for diabetics are the ones that are high in healthy nutrients and also keep blood sugar down and/or level. Eat more of these healthy foods if you suffer from type II diabetes! http://avocadu.com/top-21-superfoods-diabetics/

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Vitamin Deficiency Infographic

Previous research has found higher rates of vitamin D deficiency in obese communities and lower vitamin D levels have been associated with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The mechanisms by which obesity and its

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If you have type II Diabetes then it's time to say goodbye to fried foods. The breading on most fried food is full of carbohydrates, typically has sugar added to it, and soaks up unhealthy oils. You really don't want to be ingesting any of these unhealthy things. Diabetics should keep their water intake high, so take a bottle with you to save some money at the mall. You'll find water fountains in most... FULL ARTICLE @ http://www.diabetes-matters.com/diabetic-tips-and-tricks-that-may-help-7/

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Diabetic retinopathy is the most common type of diabetic eye disease. Risk of developing this disease goes up the longer a person has diabetes. Learn more by clicking over to this infographic from an eye doctor in Thorndale.

Diabetic retinopathy is the most common type of diabetic eye disease. Risk of developing this disease goes up the longer a person has diabetes. Learn more by clicking over to this infographic from an eye doctor in Thorndale.

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