Heart attack and diabetes risk increases with the failure to safely store excess fat in the body. Overeating and lack of physical activity are well-known contributors to weight gain and the obesity epidemic. Obesity is linked to a higher risk… Read More
Insulin resistance trigger in type 2 diabetes has been identified by the researchers. Insulin resistance is the body’s inability to effectively process insulin experienced by many type 2 diabetics. Understanding the underlying cause of insulin resistance is critical for the… Read More
Diabetes during pregnancy and glucose intolerance are associated with lower breast milk supply. The findings, published in Breastfeeding Medicine, revealed that maternal glucose intolerance can have a negative impact on lactation.
Insulin resistance is common among obese women and… Read More
You may want to fill up on more sweet potatoes, butternut squash and those dark leafy greens; a lack of vitamin A – usually found in these foods – could be behind type 2 diabetes.
A new study by New… Read More
Obesity and type 2 diabetes is associated with poorer bone health and increases the risk of bone fractures, according to new findings from the University of Missouri. The findings come from studies conducted on groups of rat. One group of… Read More
Sleep deprivation, along with a high-fat diet, effects insulin resistance. The latest research found that, when it comes to contributing to insulin resistance, one night of sleep deprivation is equivalent to six months of eating a high-fat diet.
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Hypothyroidism increases the risk of insulin resistance due to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a common hyperandrogenic disorder affecting women. PCOS increases the risk of obesity, infertility, metabolic syndromes and insulin resistance.
It’s reported that 50 to … Read More
Proteins, carbohydrates and fats all play a role in type 2 diabetes, and some research suggests higher protein diets are more beneficial for those with type 2 diabetes. Before we explore the role of high protein diets for diabetics, let’s… Read More
New research reveals that those with inflammation in the lungs are at higher risk for insulin resistance and diabetes. Insulin resistance occurs when insulin cannot absorb or manage glucose effectively. Even though the pancreas continues to produce insulin, it is… Read More
Researchers have found insulin resistant boost is due to gut bacteria in the digestive system and genetic factors. Insulin is a hormone created by the pancreas and has a large role in metabolism. When the food we eat is… Read More
If you have type-2 diabetes there are many ways to receive insulin, such as rapid-acting insulin, short-acting insulin and long-acting insulin. Long-acting insulin can last from 24 to 36 hours after administered. The purpose of long-acting insulin is to provide… Read More