Douglas writes about the metabolic aspects of diabetes. His motto is "Connecting the Dots Between Scientific Research and Clinical Practice for Better Patient Outcomes and Public Health. Read My Bio
Douglas R. Garner is a biologist by training and is currently a vagabond writer and editor in the life-science field. His career goal is to educate individuals about the biochemical functioning of their own bodies, through the written word and video. Douglas believes that everyone can achieve optimum health when provided with accurate information that is easily digested (and possibly entertaining!). Having a family history of diabetes, he has personally witnessed the debilitating consequences of what he considers to be the plague of the 21st century. Douglas has lived on both coasts and looks forward to living and working full-time as a "medical information broker" near the Pacific or Atlantic Ocean, real soon. He can be emailed at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Douglas R.'s Latest Posts
Wednesday, October 07, 2015
Cortisol, also known as the fight or flight hormone, does a lot more than people realize, and there are some diabetes-related aspects to it. Douglas Garner offers some information on why keeping cortisol in balance can help blood sugars.
Thursday, October 01, 2015
How making an effort to improve upon sleeping and include walking as a regular activity can keep you healthier.
Friday, September 18, 2015
The liver plays a vital role in numerous functions. Douglas Garner explains the role of the organ in diabetes and offers some ways to protect it.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Probiotics have become a popular health food trend. Douglas Garner defines this "good" bacteria, what science says about it, and what types of foods it can be found in.
Monday, August 03, 2015
Undue stress can be especially damaging for people with diabetes. Here is an explanation of how it does, how to identify it, and strategies to alleviate it.
Monday, July 20, 2015
There has been a lot of confusion surrounding the two different types of fats, so here is some information defining what they are and some recommendations on how much people should eat.