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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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27 JANUARY 2017

Sugar-Free Diets: Why You Should Ditch The Sweet Stuff

We all know that sugar causes health problems, weight gain and even premature ageing, but the idea of giving it up seems completely daunting.

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23 DECEMBER 2016

Why Sugar Is Just As Bad For Your Skin As It Is For Your Waistline

We all know sugar is bad for your waistline, but what about your skin?

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Halle Berry Treats her T1 Diabetes with Low Carb Diet

Halle Berry looks just as amazing at 50 as she did at 30. And much of that has to do with keeping fit and eating a great diet. WOuld you be surprised to learn that ‘that’ diet was a low carb one? She is one of the sexiest actors in Hollywood: she’s fit and healthy […]

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29 JANUARY 2016

Is Juice Worse For You Than Soda?

Sattar points out that eating whole fruit is associated with a reduced (or neutral) risk of diabetes, but drinking fruit juice is associated with an increased risk.

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20 JANUARY 2016

Declaring War on Childhood Obesity

By applying a “don’t quit” attitude to fighting childhood obesity, we can help create the fittest and healthiest kids in the nation.

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12 JANUARY 2016

Decoding Food Purchasing Behaviours

Breakthrough research by Kusum Ailawadi, professor of Marketing at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth, can change the way companies think about marketing their products to consumers and shows that, contrary to most current corporate marketing approaches, low-sugar products will be on the rise.

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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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28 DECEMBER 2015

The dangers of diet soda

It’s not always easy to make healthy choices, especially with fancy marketing and sexy food and drink products everywhere you turn.

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25 DECEMBER 2015

Gluten free diet may prevent type 1 diabetes

Research carried out by the Mayo Clinic lends weight to the hypothesis that gluten may be a causal factor in the development of type 1 diabetes.

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