Madison Diabetes Help: Do You Suspect You Have Type 2 Diabetes?

Diabetes is fast becoming a national health crisis. More and more people are developing Type 2 diabetes. Perhaps more alarmingly, more and more children are developing this disease at a younger and younger age. This significantly increases the likelihood that a child will have a serious health issue at some point in their life. By…

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Madison Diabetes Help: Can Food Allergies Play A Part In Diabetes?

When a person suffers from diabetes, throwing food allergies on top of it can make it even more difficult to function. Making it even more difficult is that many health care providers do not bother checking for food allergies when someone with diabetes presents with problems related to a food allergy. Instead, they assume it…

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Madison Diabetes Help: Can Eating Habits Affect Type 2 Diabetes?

You may have received dietary recommendations from your health care practitioner if you have type 2 diabetes, or if you’re pre-diabetic. But did you know that the food you eat has a profound impact on your insulin levels? Dietary decisions aren’t simply a matter of what you ‘should do’ as a diabetic. It’s a matter…

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Madison Hormone Help: You Don’t Have To Live With Hormone Imbalance

As we age, our bodies change. This is a fact of live that everyone (grudgingly) understands. Tasks that came easy to us when we were younger may become more difficult as we age. While we may not like this, we accept it. Because of this acceptance, few people seek out help in an attempt to…

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Madison Diabetes Help: Best Type 2 Diabetes Management

Type 2 diabetes is on the rise at an alarming rate in America today. It is estimated that 29 million Americans, or 9.3% of the population currently have diabetes. What is also frightening is that 8 million, or 28% of these folks are unaware of their condition. The bad news is that type 2 diabetes…

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Madison Hormone Help: Why Can’t I Lose Weight With Diet and Exercise?

You’re eating healthy, you work out every day, yet you still don’t seem to lose weight, in fact sometimes it even feels like you might be gaining weight! Does this sound familiar? You are not alone. Many people struggle with weight issues, especially around their waistline. This can be terribly frustrating, especially when you feel…

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Madison Hormone Help: What Does It Mean To Have Balanced Hormones?

Hormones are in control of almost every aspect of our physical and mental health. So, when they are not balanced, it can pose many health issues. Hormones contribute to a number of symptoms including insomnia, weight gain, headaches, irritability, depression, anxiety and other debilitating symptoms.  Many times, hormone issues are overlooked because these symptoms are…

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Madison Hormone Help: What Causes Belly Fat?

Balancing the calories you eat with the energy you burn, largely determines the amount of weight that you gain. However, belly fat can be more complicated than that. It often appears with age, especially in women after menopause. The tendency to carry weight around the mid-section may also have a genetic component. Did you know…

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Madison Hormone Help: Understanding Your Hormone Health

Hormone health is essential for the normal functioning and overall health of our bodies. Hormones are the chemical messengers that are secreted by cells and glands, which together make up what we call the endocrine system. Your body produces many different kinds of hormones, such as adrenaline, thyroid hormone, growth hormone, estrogen, testosterone and others.…

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Madison Hormone Help: Things To Look For In A Hormone Doctor

Your hormones play a major role in your overall health, and that’s why you might start to feel sick when they are out of balance. If you have a feeling your hormones aren’t at the levels they should be, then it’s time to meet with a functional medicine doctor. Their knowledge of hormones and how…

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