• July 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College study confirm diabetics can eat carbs
• It's not which carbs you eat, it's how you eat them
• Use this simple meal plan today for full blood sugar control - without giving up the foods you love
As a diabetic, mealtime can be your worst nightmare.
You never know whether a single mouthful of food will send your body into complete chaos and poi... ››› more
What's one of the first things that pops into your mind when you think about the rules of dieting and weight loss?
“Don't cut too many calories or you'll gain weight”, right?
Well, breaking news in the medical industry is turning that theory on its head.
Researchers involved in a recent study say it's not only a great weight management strategy. They say eating far fewer calories is... ››› more
If you think preventing type 2 diabetes and controlling your blood sugar only involves avoiding sweet foods, you're wrong!
It's much more than that.
Keep reading to discover twelve unique ways to keep your blood sugar stable to prevent diabetes from ruining your health.
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Control diabetes in just weeks... and reduce your risk of a heart attack!
In Dr... ››› more
You know that following a healthy eating plan involves eating fish at least twice a week, right?
But did you know it can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes by a whopping 65% too?
This shocking revelation comes from an Indiana University study led by head epidemiologist, Ka He.
Out of the 3,854 participants involved, experts found the healthiest ones had the highest... ››› more
If you think of Soul Food, you can probably picture a typical American family sitting down to a table full of delicious food.
There are potatoes, fried chicken, crispy bacon bits, corn bread, organ meats, peas, gravy and a bunch of other hearty foods to choose from.
And while Soul Food is American, if you think about it, it's not so different to what we eat here in SA during an average Sun... ››› more
How many fad diets do you know about that actually work?
Sure, they can help you drop weight in a short space of time, but one, they're not sustainable - meaning you can't live on this type of diet forever - and two, you'll put the weight back on as soon as you start eating normally again.
But hang on… why then has the grapefruit diet been popping up regularly as the l... ››› more
You've probably got your hands full organising your kid's Halloween trick or treating costume. But these something you should add to your list: Pumpkin!
We don't mean for his costume - for you!
Yahoo health recently released an article about how “scary, good” pumpkins are for your health and it's just the right time to get you all excited about them too.
This because your little on... ››› more
The foods you eat can slash your diabetes risk. But it's those that contain one essential mineral that can slash it the most, says a recent study. So, why then do only half of people around the world have the right levels they need in their blood?
Perhaps it's because they don't know about how important it is.
That's why it's essential you keep reading! Today, you'll find out how to protec... ››› more
It seems like all the foods on the “banned list” are making a comeback!
First it was butter and full cream milk, now it's the starchy pasta you love so much!
That's right - you don't have to refuse a bowl of spaghetti bolognaise in favour of a bowl of vegetables any more! Researchers have discovered a novel way to ensure it doesn't cause your blood sugar to spike and your insulin level... ››› more
Surely if someone told you the habits you have are increasing your risk of type 2 diabetes you'd consider changing them or giving them up altogether.
But what if you didn't know that you were doing was leaving you with a soaring diabetes risk?
You wouldn't know you had to make changes to protect yourself.
And that's why today, we're revealing eight every day habits you wouldn't normal... ››› more
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