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Eating eggs may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes
Eating eggs may help lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes, and it does not require a person take insulin injections, which is the case...
Benefits of drinking coffee if you are a diabetic
Most people drink coffee anyway, but if you are a diabetic, there are health benefits for drinking coffee. Research shows that a woman who drank four cups of coffee every day cut her risk of getting type 2 diabetes by...
Diabetes expo Ottawa, Ontario, this weekend
The Canadian diabetes association is hosting an event this weekend called "Diabetes Expo 2015 - Learn beyond what you already know".This is an excellent opportunity to gather information, recipes, tips and tricks plus lots more. The exhibition...
3 Foods to Lower Your Blood Sugar
Seemingly innocent, high blood sugar is no laughing matter. There are so many different health problems that go along with high blood sugar it’s remarkable our bodies don’t crumble from the effects of too much...
Diabetes: Symptoms and Risk Factors review
Approximately 29.1 million Americans have diabetes, and an estimated 86 million additional Americans have pre-diabetes. A high percentage of prediabetic persons do not know they have pre-diabetes; thus, are not actively seeking medical care to treat this...
Psychedelic drug found that regenerates pancreatic beta cells
Diabetes is caused by the loss of beta cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. Dr. Andrew Stewart, Director of the Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine, and colleagues have found that harmine and related...
No such thing as carbon-free sugar
Domino Sugar announced their sugar as a carbon-free product. It marked the marketing deception of the millennium along with exceptionally false advertising. It’s a lie to say sugar is carbon-free for marketing purposes. It...
Diabetes Prevention: Knowledge is Power in 2015
Diabetes currently affects 29.1 million Americans over the age of 20, and an estimated 86 million Americans are pre-diabetic. These statistics were released in 2014; the numbers are most likely higher at this time, with a large percentage...
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