Diabetes

31 MARCH 2015

Low-Carb Diet May Slow Alzheimer’s Disease

Nothing yet has convinced me that there’s not quite a bit of truth that the gradual lowering in quality of our food has contributed quite strongly to the gradual increase in many of the health problems that we as a society suffer which is why I’m quite happy to recommend the article that I’m linking to below by Dr. Mercola who’s looking at the work of another doctor, Dr. Ron Rosedale, who’s a prominent expert in low carb and high-quality fat approach to improving health and the article points to a very interesting conclusion that Alzheimer’s might well be considered as brain diabetes.

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27 MARCH 2015

Vitamin D may lower diabetes risk in obese children and adolescents

With childhood and adolescent obesity rates in most of the Western world rising dramatically over the last few decades, it’s not surprising that a lot of effort has been put into finding out what to do about it, after all being obese puts people at greater risk of developing all sorts of types of complications such as diabetes.

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11 OCTOBER 2013

The Top 10 Most Shocking Reasons to Avoid Sugar

Having a hard time cutting back on sugar? I hope these statistics help. As Nietzsche rightly remarked, “He who has a strong enough why can bear almost any how.”

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29 MARCH 2013

Low carb diets and heart disease – What are we afraid of?

It seems that the medical establishment still does not feel comfortable with suggesting low carb diets for people with heart disease. It seems that they are afraid of something or another.

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28 MARCH 2013

Cutting Out the Sugar Cravings in Your Diet

Some food manufacturers engineer products to contain (from their point of view) the optimal balance of sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Then when you eat them you feel maximum crave and keep eating, drinking and buying more of their products. Its what they call your bliss point!

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28 MARCH 2013

Can You Smell Obesity?

It turns out that obesity may be detectable as a gas, thanks to organisms that inhabit our gut. In a study pqblished in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers extend our knowledge about the hidden universe of the that live within us to show that obesity is associated with certain populations of microbes that give off a distinctive gas.

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