Researchers in New York recently discovered that antibiotics can reprogramme your metabolism, making you prone to weight gain and type II diabetes. Here's what you should know…
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Modern-medicine loses the flu-fight to Mother Nature...
Doctors and mainstream media push you to get your yearly flu shots year after year, but truth is...
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A new study involving 891 middle-aged, pre-diabetic, men showed that weight loss can boost low testosterone levels by 50%. And could even help deter type II diabetes.
Let's have a look…
Researchers prove that low testosterone is linked to type II diabetes
Researchers divided 891 men into three groups. One group received the diabetes drug metformin. One group underwent lifestyle changes t... ››› more
Whether you have diabetes or another pancreatic problem like inflammation of the pancreas, it means your pancreas doesn't work like it should.
This causes huge problems with your health because it means you can't digest your food properly and you may have a hard time regulating your blood sugar. Two of the most important functions of your pancreas.
And while coffee and other foods contain... ››› more
A study in 2006, posted in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, found that cinnamon is particularly helpful in treating diabetics suffering from elevated blood pressure.
And while the link wasn't clear in this early study, further studies showed that cinnamon helps regulate blood sugar levels. This is particularly important if you have diabetes!
When you eat food-containing s... ››› more
If you suffer from type 2 diabetes, you need to pay close attention to your heart health. But being a woman means you have to pay even more attention to this aspect of your health!
Researchers at the Queensland University in Australia recently confirmed women are more susceptible to heart problems related to their type 2 diabetes than men of the same age. Shockingly, as a woman, you're around ... ››› more
A recent study done by the Environmental Working Group says you might as well let your child be eating cookies for breakfast every morning.
Because the breakfast cereals they love so much contain just as much sugar as any treat or dessert. In fact, 98% of cereals contain more sugar in a single serving than the recommended daily intake for children, says the American Heart Association... ››› more
You might have cut down on drinking fizzy drinks so you can improve your health, stabilise your blood sugar and prevent type 2 diabetes. But are you still drinking fruit juice to quench your thirst?
If so, listen up!
Many popular fruit juices have as much sugar, if not more, than fizzy drinks!
A recent study published in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology journal, done by researche... ››› more
The National Institutes of Health say there's a need to rethink traditional chemical medications. They could be too costly in the future to treat the ever-growing number of people with type 2 diabetes. So it's important to consider more cost effective means of supporting this disease epidemic.
This means it's up to Mother Nature now! She needs to provide us with alternatives. Researchers are ... ››› more
You can't change your genetic makeup or your age. But there are some practical steps you can take to help prevent heart disease.
Let's take a look at seven things you CAN do…
Seven ways to ensure heart disease doesn’t ruin your life!
Follow these practical steps to help prevent heart disease and live a long healthy life, despite what your risk profile for heart disorders looks like:
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As a diabetic, your immune system needs a little added help to stay on top of things. And you're probably dreading winter and the season of colds and flu that come along with it!
But there are ways to give your immune system a boost and prevent the effects of a common cold from leaving you feeling completely down and out this winter.
Use these three steps to keep your health in top shape.... ››› more
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