Category Archives: Health Care Lifestyle

Super Foods for Diabetics

There are a lot of foods that aggravate diabetes, but the list of beneficial foods is long.

Here is the list of those Super Foods:

Blueberries, cranberries, apples, raspberries, watermelon, honeydew, red grapefruit, tomatoes, asparagus, carrots, broccoli, red onions, spinach, fish, soy, yogurt, flaxseed, nuts, beans, oatmeal, tea

Of course, this means fresh, raw vegetables, raw nuts (without salt and grease) and live cultured yogurt.

Canned vegetables lack the nutrients needed to add vitality to the diet of a person with diabetes.

Listen to your Physician Assistant, and make gradual changes to your diet to improve your health…and long term chances of survival.

Coronary Heart Disease: Follow Basic Health Care Instructions

Your Physician Assistant keeps abreast of medical research and promising advances that can increase the quality of your life, and make your life more enjoyable and pain-free.

But, pay attention to the advice that your Physician Assistant gives you.

Also listen to complicated explanations.

You may not understand the terminology, but you can understand the directions that you must follow.

Here are some animations to assist in understanding what might happen in your body if you ignore basic health rules.

Coronary Heart Disease Animation

Coronary Artery Disease Animation

Medical Animation Congestive Heart Failure Animation

Fortunately, promising medical advances continue to extend our lives.

But we must remain in partnership with our Physician Assistant andother health care providers.

A Parody Song that Communicates what Living with Diabetes is Like

Let It Go! A Diabetes Parody Song (“I Feel Low“) communicates what it is like to live with controlled Diabetes.

For someone who doesn’t face the challenge of Diabetes, this song parody communicates the frustration and desperation that some folks live with each day.

Even great health care providers and modern technology cannot remove the challenge of living with Diabetes.

But, modern technology and creative solutions mean that you don’t need to restrict your active lifestyle.

Your Physician Assistant will spend time with you, working out the details of your lifestyle needs…while keeping your medical testing up-to-date and focused on your needs.