Diabetic Foot Ulcer What Every Diabetic must know

The information you’re about to read will save someone you know and maybe a helpful tool in your hand; please read till the end. What is Diabetes Ulcer? Diabetic foot lesion is responsible for many diabetic hospitalisations than any other complications of diabetes. Diabetic Foot Ulcer is a common complication of diabetes mellitus, and it can cost the leg (amputation […]

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Probiotics and your health

What are probiotics? The World Health Organization (WHO) defines probiotics as “living organisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” Probiotics are some types of bacteria, not all bacteria are bad, there are the good ones, and the probiotics falls in that category. Scientist estimates that there are about 500 different species of bacteria […]

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10 Superfoods that all diabetics should eat always

If you have been an ardent reader of my blog post, you will have come across the seven days diabetic meal plan and if you haven’t click here to download it. However, for flexibility sake, we have come up with a list of foods with low glycemic index (GI) which you can use to mesh your diabetic meal plan. These […]

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8 Nigeria foods that will lower your Blood Pressure

The kind of diet and lifestyle you live by are determining factors to your healthy living. As a hypertensive patient, this food can help you to help maintain a moderate blood pressure reading. African Yam/ Potatoes – Yam is considered super foods as it contains 30% of your daily needed vitamin C, fibre, vitamin B6 which helps to lower the […]

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Hypertension: How much salt is too much for you?

 How bad can salt be? Yes it is true that salt contains sodium but not only sodium but sodium chloride. It is the sodium in salt that makes it bad to hypertensive patient, so therefore it is good to reduce the quantity of salt in-take because salt constitute to a larger proportion of daily sodium in-take. But any form of […]

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Health Problems caused by Diabetes

Are you diabetic? Then I have two news for you – good and bad. Let me share the good news first, the good news is that Diabetes don’t kill people, but the bad news is that the complication (effects) of diabetes is what kill people, however those effects are preventable. So, let me brief you on those complications, peradventure you […]

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Warning: Drinking Red Bull Puts You At Greater Risk For A Stroke. Here’s How

Many people have recently taken to energy drinks to get through their afternoon crash, or if you’re a student, to cram for a test all throughout the night. But just one can of the popular brand Red Bull can increase your risk of stroke and heart attack. WHAT DOES RED BULL ACTUALLY DO? Energy drinks in general cause blood to become sticky […]

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