Correlation Between Prediabetes and Testosterone Levels in Men

The Results of Free Estradiol, SHBG & Testosterone Testing by BodyLogicMD In 2016, a study published in the journal Diabetes Care offered new hope to men with type 2 diabetes. It found that six months of testosterone therapy significantly reduced insulin and glucose levels in men with type 2 diabetes who were also testosterone deficient. The therapy … Continued

Treating Diabetes with Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Low Testosterone Impact on Type 2 Diabetes by BodyLogicMD Type 2 diabetes can take a massive toll on everyday life. From diet and lifestyle changes to constantly monitoring insulin levels—as well as potentially coping with symptoms like fatigue, frequent infection, and blurred vision—dealing with diabetes can make life incredibly difficult. But a new study offers … Continued

Insulin Resistance Causes More Than Just Diabetes

by BodyLogicMD More than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes, according to the 2014 National Diabetes Statistics Report for the CDC. An estimated 8.1 million of those people, however, are undiagnosed. While many people are familiar with diabetes as a medical term, most are not fully aware of the severe effects that … Continued

Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Increases Diabetes Risk

Drop that soda! New research shows that regardless of body fat percent, consumption of sugar-laden beverages, including sodas and juice, increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. by Jen Landa, M.D. A new study published in the British Medical Journal shows that consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages definitely increases the risk of diabetes, regardless of … Continued

Hormones and Diabetes

November is month to remember diabetes which affects more than 50 million people around the world. It’s is a hormonal imbalance cause by inability of body to dispose sugar and carbohydrates due to hormone insulin, secreted by pancreas which maybe deficient due to resistance. Obesity cause by sedentary lifestyle lack of exercise and unhealthy eating … Continued

What’s Your Diabetic Risk Score?

Diabetes has become a major health concern in the United States with a significant increase in prevalence, resulting in serious health complications regarding morbidity and mortality. The cost of healthcare in the United States is rapidly rising regarding diabetic care. Over 20 million Americans are thought to have insulin resistance, which precedes the onset of … Continued

Diabetes mellitus and Bioidentical Hormones

Diabetes is a problem that is increasing in America, especially as we age. There are many factors involved in this problem including diet, lack of exercise and increasing weight, among other reasons. The big question is what can we do about this problem. We know as we age and the sex hormones change in our … Continued

The Down and Dirty of Diabetes

With the incidence of diabetes rising in the United States, it is becoming a major health concern as diabetes causes an increase in both morbidity and mortality. The United States is currently spending more than $100 billion annually in the cost of diabetic care. Twenty to twenty five million Americans are thought to have insulin … Continued

The connection between hormones and diabetes

Diabetes is a very complex medical issue. It starts as a metabolic syndrome that is a combination of nutritional and hormonal imbalances. It’s important to correct these imbalances at an early stage, before pre-diabetes develops into full-fledge diabetes.

One in Three Children Will Face Diabetes in Their Future

Diabetes is a scourge that is wreaking havoc in our country and creating immeasurable damage to our collective health and wealth. It’s estimated that one-third of children born since the year 2000 will grow up to become diabetics. Fortunately, diabetes is fully preventable. Our lifestyle choices and food selections continue to fuel this devastating disease. Obesity, a growing epidemic, sets the stage for inflammation and toxicity that can tax our abilities to manage our endocrine system efficiently and this failure oftentimes leads to diabetes, cancer and heart disease.