· The chemicals on store bought fruit and vegetables could give you type 2 diabetes
· Why pesticides lead to insulin resistance
· 3 tips to ensure you eat only genuine organic fruit and vegetables
It's something you've heard a million times: You should only eat organic fruit and vegetables because it's healthier for you.
But do you know why? Beca... ››› more
Been to the doctor recently because of a cold or the flu - or even a pesky, recurring urinary tract infection? Hold on before you rush out to fill your antibiotics prescription!
Because those “trusted pills” your doctors telling you to take, could do far more harm to your health than good.
Sure, you may get rid of your sniffles and cough in no time! But your overall health will be on t... ››› more
It's not just type 2 diabetes you need to worry about anymore, reveal experts.
Prediabetes should petrify you too!
“What's prediabetes?” you ask.
Well, it's the precursor of diabetes and 30% of people develop type 2 diabetes within five years of developing prediabetes.
So why do you need to be so worried about this condition?
It's simple: You probably don't know you have it... ››› more
When you think about diabetes, you automatically think about sugar.
So you'd never guess a sweet, juicy fruit could be something that could actually help prevent the disease.
But it could!
It's all because of the vitamin C the fruit contains. And oranges contain the perfect amount of vitamin C your body can use immediately. That makes it a great food for stabilising your blood sugar an... ››› more
The less you sleep, the worse off your health, says WebMD.com. And they're not even talking about the effects of alcohol…
Not only is your partying and staying up all night preventing your body from using sleep time to repair itself, it puts your entire body in a state of stress.
And while you don't feel the stress when you're having fun, it's having a serious and detrimental effect on ... ››› more
You might not think it's an important part of your everyday health, but ensuring you drink eight glasses of water a day is absolutely essential.
Not only does your body contain 60% water and all processes need it to run smoothly, but not drinking enough puts you at risk of type 2 diabetes.
When you don't have enough fluid in your body, the concentration of all compounds incr... ››› more
Did you ever think being beautiful would be the reason you developed type 2 diabetes?
No longer is the fat slob with unhealthy foods all over their plate the only one at risk of diabetes. You, the girl who goes to gym everyday, eat salad and vegetables for lunch and dinner are also at risk. And it's just because you “take care” of yourself, wearing make-up and putting cream ... ››› more
There's always been a concern about BPA in plastic and the effect it has on your health. But now scientists are trying to increase the urgency for removing all types of BPA plastic products. Especially because it seems that women using BPA products while pregnant can predispose their baby to type II diabetes. Here's what the researchers have to say…
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Type II diabetes makes up about 95% of all diabetes cases worldwide. Doctors have known for decades that obesity leads to diabetes. But, now scientists have discovered the real physiological cause of type II diabetes. And they went all the way to the top of Mount Everest to prove it. Have a look…
Daily insulin injections are a distant memory for ... ››› more
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