Who is the expert, you or your doctor?

“I’ve trated Parkinson patients my whole life and I am one of the leading scientists in this field. I thought I knew everything about this disease. Then I was diagnosed with Parkinsons disease and had to realize: I knew nothing about Parkinson.” This impressive confession of an internationally recognized authority in the field of Parkinson […]

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Flu Vaccination – it does not only protect against flu

Every year when fall comes many people, especially those with a chronic disease, think about flu vaccination – a reasonable preventive measure because in the best case scenario it completely preserves us from getting the flu. And even if we do get sick the vaccination ensures that the disease is significantly milder and subsides quickly. […]

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Why is breakfast so important for diabetics? – Do you know?

Are you one of those people who rush out of the house in the morning without having eaten a thing? One often hears: “I can’t eat anything so early in the morning, but I eat lunch, so what.” However, if you have diabetes this is not good for you at all. A missed breakfast can […]

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Setting goals

Reaching your own goals? Here is a well-tested method.

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Diabetes and Your Heart

Do you know the 7 things with which you can prevent cardiovascular disease? If not, then keep reading because especially as a diabetic you have to pay attention to your heart.

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The Cat

Like a cat, that pleasantly expands and stretches: This peaceful and simple yoga pose for everyone strengthens the back and abdominal muscles and makes the spine more flexible. It is a wonderfully relaxing exercise to help you come to rest from time to time during the day or in the evening. Exercised in the morning […]

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Cheat Day

Cheat Day – a day where you can eat anything you want. No prohibition applies. I was recently reminded of that strategy when I heard on the radio that McDonald’s now offers gluten-free hamburgers in Austria!

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Do you fear complications of your disease?

We have to change many things in our daily lives when we are chronically ill. But: how realistic is it that we implement everything for the rest of our lives, that has been recommended to us in order to prevent complications?

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