Category Archives: Diabetes Treatment

ADVOCATE PEN NEEDLES 33G x 5/32″ (4mm), WORLD’S THINEST, SHORTEST INSULIN PEN NEEDLE

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Pharma Supply, the manufacturer of ADVOCATE diabetes products, has recently introduced what appears to be the world’s thinest, shortest insulin pen needle. It’s time to take action if you have been waiting for an insulin pen needle as short as 5/32″ (4mm). Click the quick view link below and choose 33g, 5/32″ (4mm) from the dropdown, take […]

JANUARY NEWSFEED

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Rat-grown organs cure diabetic mice In a new study by a team of Japanese scientists from Stanford University test mice were given drug-induced diabetes and endocrine islets extracted from the chimera rats’ pancreas were then transplanted into the mice. The transplanted islets successfully normalized and maintained host blood glucose levels for over 370 days. Read the […]

TAKE THE PAIN OUT OF DIABETIC FINGER LANCING & INJECTION PUNCTURES

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I see it. You have several lancet and needle boxes stacked on the counter, maybe several more squirreled away in the closet, and a couple more on your diabetic supply re-order list. As you scrutinize the stack of fingersticks thinking about today’s testing and injecting, if you’re like me, there is only one thing you’re thinking about. Finger lancing hurst. […]

WHAT IS A1C? TIM MCGRAW’S ASKING YOU…

This morning while sipping on my morning coffee scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, I came across a video by the American Diabetic Association that featured one of my favorite singers Tim McGraw. Tim is currently working with the ADA on a new diabetes awareness program called “America’s Diabetes Challenge.” In this video Tim presented a simple question about […]

JOURNEY TO A MIRACLE: FREEDOM FROM INSULIN

Is it possible that scientists have found a breakthrough method for treating diabetes? A new method that could free millions of Americans from the misery of insulin shots? Is it possible that scientists may have misdiagnosed a notable number of diabetic patients? The new award-winning documentary Journey To A Miracle: Freedom From Insulin tells a story about a newly discovered form […]

BAYER DIASTIX REAGENT TEST STRIPS NOW AVAILABLE AT DIABETIC OUTLET

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We are excited to announce the addition of urine glucose reagent test strips to our diabetic supplies management selection. The Bayer Diastix reagent test strips for urinalysis are now available at the Diabetic Outlet Store. The addition of Bayer Diastix test strips gives us the opportunity to serve a broader range of customers with our wider than ever inventory of diabetes supplies. […]

REVERSING TYPE 2 DIABETES STARTS WITH IGNORING THE GUIDELINES, SAYS DR. SARAH HALLBERG

Would it surprise you to find out that nearly 50% of adult Americans now have diabetes or pre-diabetes? That’s nearly 120 million adult Americans! Not shocking enough? It’s also been shown that nearly 16- to 25% of normal weight adults are insulin resistant, which leads to obesity and Type 2 diabetes. There is a question that you […]

CAN DIABETES CAUSE CATARACTS?

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Hi there, I am Taz, and today I want to talk to you about vision and, in particular, cataracts. As you may know I am a hunter. My hunting instinct requires a sharp vision. While my fellow human beings are able to see more vibrant colors during the day, I am able to see better […]

ONETOUCH VERIO FLEX INTRODUCES COLOROSURE TECHNOLOGY TO ELIMINATE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF GLUCOSE TEST RESULTS

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LifeScan, the manufacturer of OneTouch glucose monitoring systems, has recently introduced a new technology that they claim will eliminate the guesswork out of interpreting glucose test results. OneTouch Verio Flex incorporates a simple color range indicator that tells patients when their blood glucose readings are “low, blue,” “in range, green” or “high, red.” This simple indicator allows users […]

SHOULD SUGAR BE DISCONTINUED IN OUR DIET?

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There is a considerable amount of evidence that high levels of sugar are associated with premature aging, heart disease, obesity and even some cancers. Let’s of course not forget, sugar is the biggest culprit in diabetes. Many health experts are now calling for a significant reduction in recommended daily sugar intake, while others are asking […]