Diabetes

8 FEBRUARY 2017

Diabetes May Be Prevented by Gluten-free Diet

The study done on laboratory mice revealed that this prevention resulted from changing the diet of the mothers when they were pregnant and during feeding of their offspring.

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1 JANUARY 2016

Love Carbs? 6 Steps To Avoid Diabetes

Carbs can play a precarious role when it comes to diabetes, wreaking havoc on your blood sugar with potentially serious results.

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6 NOVEMBER 2015

Let Food Be Thy Medicine

The culprits behind the onset of diabetes are most definitely refined, processed foods. These include refined sugars, refined flours and refined oils. It’s the bakery goods, the hamburger and hot dog buns, and the foods deep-fried in trans fats and additives of highly processed oils.

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23 SEPTEMBER 2015

Exercise, Diet May Help ‘Pre-Diabetics’ Dodge Heart Disease Death

For people with high blood sugar at risk of type 2 diabetes, losing weight and exercising may lessen their chances of dying from heart disease or other conditions, a new long-term study suggests.

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25 JUNE 2015

Kids on Sweets: Are We Raising a Generation of Sugar Addicts?

Sugar is enticing, but so are drugs and alcohol. We haven’t given up the fight in educating children about the dangers of drugs, and we must be vigilant about sugar and processed junk food as well. Otherwise, we’re working to prevent one harm while another rages on in our homes.

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22 JUNE 2015

Walking to Work Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk

People who walk to work are 40 percent less likely to develop diabetes and 17 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who drive, according to a new study.

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15 JUNE 2015

Why Are We So Addicted To Sugar?

“Candy is dandy, particularly to Americans, who spent $32 billion on sweets in 2011; per capita consumption was 25 pounds. Formerly a luxury item for the rich, candy became affordable with the decline of sugar prices and rise of mass production in the 19th century. The word itself comes from qandi: Arabic for a sugar confection.” – Rich Cohen

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14 JUNE 2015

High glucose levels linked to dementia

Researchers have discovered that those with a high blood sugar level, even if they do not have diabetes, may have an increased risk of developing dementia compared with those who have a normal blood sugar level.

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7 MAY 2015

Short walks ‘may cut diabetes risk’

A 15-minute walk after each meal could prevent older people developing type-2 diabetes, a study has found.

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31 MARCH 2015

Depression, Diabetes, & Diet: Drop One, Add One, Jump Start Your Mood

Here’s an interesting article by a British psychiatrist and researcher Malcolm Peet. He’s been investigating the link between mental illnesses and diet for a quarter of a century. Dr. Peet has found that there is more schizophrenia in countries that consume a lot of sugar.

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