There are many benefits from adhering to a schedule of regular check-ups. You can be alerted to a developing illness early and – working with your doctor – might be able to take action to stop it in its tracks. If your family history suggests that you might be at risk for certain medical conditions,
Does your endocrine and diabetes care center have a specialist in lipid disorders? If you’ve been diagnosed with hyperlipidemia, it’s important that they do. There’s a strong link between thyroid problems and the diagnosis of hyperlipidemia, but often doctors don’t think to look into this.
Here’s what you need to know.
(A guest post from Peggy Schiavo Spinozzi, Nutritionist)
This is a frequently asked question with a 1 hour answer but basically we know that alcohol can cause low blood sugars because the liver is preoccupied detoxifying the alcohol in the beverage and does not release normal glucose into the blood. Higher proof drinks like whiskey and vodka present more risk while lower alcohol content drinks such as wine and light beer are less risky.
One of the foremost considerations when analyzing medical conditions is to understand the link between the condition and the foods we consume on a day-to-day basis. Making this link can help you to improve your diet and improve your health over time. To help you understand more about diabetes and its development, our diabetes and metabolism specialists at Freeman Endocrinology are showcasing the link between diabetes and sugar,