Diabetes (mellitus) is defined as:
Too much sugar or glucose in your blood stream
Too much insulin, a hormone, in your blood stream
Not enough iron in your blood
Which of these is NOT a symptom of Diabetes?
Blood glucose levels respond to food, particularly carbohydrates. What other factors can affect blood glucose levels?
True or False: Type 2 diabetes is a disease in which the liver does not produce enough insulin and your body does not use the insulin properly.
False, it is the pancreas
What type of food raises blood glucose levels?
Which of these ethnic groups is most likely to develop type 2 diabetes?
People with diabetes are at higher risk for which of these as well?
Why is insulin important for your body to use blood sugar?
It helps blood sugar enter your cells
It lowers your blood pressure
It raises your cholesterol levels
It keeps your sucrose levels normal
Out of all people who have diabetes, how many have Type 2 Diabetes?
How often should people with diabetes have their feet checked?
Self check every day and check with a podiatrist twice a year
Self check every week and check with a podiatrist once a year
Self check every day and check with a podiatrist every month
Check with a podiatrist every month
True or false: Any amount of exercise, no matter how intense, helps reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
Consumption of this food is associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
Foods like certain leafy greens, nuts, berries and beans take longer to be broken down into glucose. In other words, they have a low...
True or False: Most people with Diabetes can feel their blood sugar getting high