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Category Archives: Diabetic Nutrition
Children who are obese face physical as well as psychological challenges. It is unclear if the obesity is caused by a genetic disease, a problem with lifestyle that can be voluntarily reversed, or some combination of the two. The … Continue reading
Which comes first? Does overeating lead or insulin resistance or does insulin resistance lead to overeating? For a long time scientists have recognized that overeating leads to increase in body weight which leads to insulin resistance and eventually to type … Continue reading
Do you use splenda or other artificial sweeteners that contain sucralose to limit carbohydrates? Are you under the impression that using a drink with artifical sweetener will help you lose weight or control your Diabetes? While people have been doing … Continue reading
People with Diabetes (type I and type II) are at higher risk for developing Heart Attacks than the general population. Many people believe they can mitigate this risk by taking Fish Oil supplements. This study completed in Milan shows you … Continue reading
Can you get Diabetes from eating too much sugar or too much fat? Can excess body fat cause Diabetes type 2? In an attempt to answer this question, researchers studied middle age mice on different diets and also examined the … Continue reading
The article below describes a subtle anti-fat bias in which doctors provide the same advice, spend the same amount of time with patients regardless of their body weight but fail to establish rapport. There were previous reports in which patients … Continue reading
The latest version of the inquisitor, has an article that says, the eating habits of teenagers is putting this young population at risk for disease of the large arteries or atherosclerosis. This will increase their risk for heart attacks, strokes, … Continue reading
Do you have Diabetes Type I or Diabetes Type II and are you confused by all the conflicting dietary advice that is available to you? For a long time, low fat diets were recommended without clear evidence of their effectiveness. … Continue reading