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  • Artificial Sweeteners Can Trigger Diabetes and Cause Weight-Gain

    Artificial Sweeteners Can Trigger Diabetes and Cause Weight-Gain

    How did people come to think of artificial sweeteners as a healthier alternative to sugar? How did 'low fat' and 'calorie-free' become synonymous with good health? Where did these loyalties come from? In an attempt to find answers to these questions, a team of Israeli researchers did some digging an...

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  • Does consuming too much sugar cause diabetes?

    Does consuming too much sugar cause diabetes?

    On World Diabetes Day (14th November) we bust a few myths and share some facts that will help you manage diabetes. Does consuming too much sugar cause diabetes? Is diabetes a disease of the elderly? India's diabetes population is dangerously on the rise and set to cross 100 million by 2030 and yet m...

  • Kids Who Skip Breakfast Risk Diabetes

    Kids Who Skip Breakfast Risk Diabetes

    Health experts have claimed for long that breakfast is the star meal of the day yet somehow most of us manage to skip it every once in a while. It is a well-known fact that eating a healthy morning meal is great for all, especially for children and adolescents. There is ample evidence to show that k...

  • Two-Minutes of Intensive Exercise Can Help Prevent Diabetes

    Two-Minutes of Intensive Exercise Can Help Prevent Diabetes

    Researchers from the Abertay University, UK believe that just two minutes of high-intensity exercise per week can help prevent type 2 diabetes. An eight week long study was conducted on overweight adults - a group at high-risk of developing diabetes. The participants were supposed to complete ...

  • This Diabetes Drug May Even Benefit Non-Diabetics

    This Diabetes Drug May Even Benefit Non-Diabetics

    A recent study at the Cardiff University's school of medicine has unraveled quite an interesting fact about a diabetes treating drug called Matformin. A research team has found that this widely prescribed drug has properties that can combat cancer, cardiovascular risks and bears numerous other healt...

  • Check diabetes with a nutrition therapy

    Check diabetes with a nutrition therapy

    Nutrition and diet play a major part in preventing, managing or even slowing the rate of complications associated with diabetes, says an expert.Known as medical nutrition therapy (MNT), a diabetes diet involves eating a variety of foods high in nutritional value in moderation, while sticking to regu...

  • Mediterranean diet helps prevent diabetes

    Mediterranean diet helps prevent diabetes

    Here comes a good news for people at risk for heart disease - and diabetes.They just need to switch to a Mediterranean diet to prevent diabetes even if they do not lose weight or even do daily exercise, claims a new study.Researchers have found that those following a Mediterranean diet - fruits, veg...

  • Omega-3 fatty acids reduce type 2 diabetes risk

    Omega-3 fatty acids reduce type 2 diabetes risk

    Omega-3 fatty acids may help reduce risk of type 2 diabetes, says a Finnish study.Earlier findings on how fish consumption or long-chain omega-3 fatty acids affect the risk of diabetes have been contradictory."Our study has found that high concentrations of serum long-chain omega-3 fatty acids is us...

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  • Fibres in fruits & veggies prevents diabetes

    Fibres in fruits & veggies prevents diabetes

    In a ground-breaking research, scientists have discovered the mechanism how fibres found in sweet fruits and in vegetables such as cabbage or beans protect the body from obesity and diabetes. The study highlights the role of the intestinal flora which, by fermenting dietary fibre, provides the intes...

  • Coffee may cut diabetes: new study

    Coffee may cut diabetes: new study

    Love coffee? You have a fresh reason to go for another cup as increasing daily coffee consumption may significantly reduce type 2 diabetes risk. According to a promising research led by an Indian-American researcher, people who increased the amount of coffee each day by more than one cup over a four...

    Read More: diabetes, health, research
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