Articles relating to 'DIABETES'
Blood sugar levels now easier to control

diabetes, insulin, treatment, insulin, diabetesOdds are you or someone you know has type 2 diabetes, and finds monitoring their food intake and managing blood sugar levels a challenge.

It’s not easy to pass up all those sweets and cocktails, either…

To that end, insulin pumps have freed many diabetics from a routine of precisely-timed injections, but the treatment option may also provide … Read More

How laughter improves your memory

diabetes, memoryYou don’t need a doctor to tell you that a giggle session is good for the soul, but new research shows that it can also be good for your brain.

I’m all for it! Life is short, after all, and if can’t have a bring-you-to-tears laughter session now and again, well, what’s it all for?

A recent study … Read More

New research turns conventional diet plan for diabetics on its ear

diet, diabetesHave you heard that you should eat several small meals a day to maintain stable blood sugar and lose weight? That notion has made the rounds, and likely endorsed your daily snacking routine (and those handy 100-calorie packets!).

But new research is suggesting this could be bad advice, particularly for diabetics.

Two large meals each day may be … Read More

Why there’s no such thing as fat and healthy

diabetes, fat, obesityWhile curvy might be a style statement and plus-sized models graze the covers of fashion magazines, the verdict is in. Scientific research says it is just is not possible to be overweight and healthy.

While the tides of change brought a new wave of voluptuous beauty and larger sizes, the devil’s advocate has come in the form of … Read More

Diabetic or pre-diabetic? Here’s why breakfast is so important

glucose, proteinI’m never ravenous in the morning, and the same goes for many of you, I’m sure. But I always have something solid. Fresh fruit, whole grain toast with almond butter or oatmeal with some nuts and berries. Through the night, your body has been running on empty and you need to refuel!

Now there’s new research showing that … Read More

Your Steak Dinners May Be Putting You At Risk For Alzheimer’s

57575809Steak may have great flavor and mouth-feel (we have to agree), but it’s not doing your health any favors.

Over the next 10 years, the number of Americans aged 65 and older with Alzheimer’s disease will reach an estimated 7.1 million. The number of deaths from diabetes is expected to rise more than 50 percent. Increasing more research … Read More

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