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Enzyme-encapsulating nano thingies, sponges that are 'smart',
patches with vesicles that release
insulin on demand. Confused?
Us too, until we found they're all
A look at the various forms of
health monitoring apps and 'health
managers' that can be used to help
manage your diabetes especially
when used in combination with
wearable technology (p.12), Itry hard not to bang on too much about the things
I think people should eat. Yes, know what you're
eating, try to count carbs, but otherwise chow down on
whatever takes your fancy or comes your way. But I have to
say that I see so much evidence now about the imbalance of
omega oils in our diet, that I really do urge you all to assess
the balance in your diet. It's our main feature in this issue,
but we also have another feature on health apps which
fit in with modern on-the-move lifestyles, and a separate
feature on current research into alternatives to injections
and infusion sets - nano capsules, smart sponges and insulin
patches. There's a brave new world out there and the sooner
it gets here, the better. In the meantime, go eat some oily
fish, right now!
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The thought of oily fish might
well make you feel sea-sick, but
whether you eat them neat, or
take a supplement, it's time to
look at your intake of omega oils
to see if they add up (p.14).
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