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Foot Problems Caused by Diabetes

Diabetes is a leading cause of chronic illness and death in America. The Center for Disease Control reported in 2014, that almost 30-million persons have diabetes and another eight million have it, but don’t know it. Those are astonishing numbers. Diabetes takes a toll on almost every

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Diabetes crisis grips Southern California

Sarah Cooke listened as her aging diabetic patients vented about trying to cope with the pernicious disease. “Guilt and denial, that’s pretty much it,” said a woman with short gray hair. “Confused,” said another woman wearing wire-rimmed glasses. “I don’t know what I can eat and what

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Supplements That Lower Blood Sugar Naturally

Although diet and exercise are the two most important factors in dealing with Type 2 diabetes, scientific research shows that there are several supplements you can enlist in your blood sugar battle. “I think supplements should be part of the foundation for how people with high blood

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Study shows modest physical activity could improve disease markers

Report suggests insulin resistance could be reduced with modest physical activity. New study suggests modest physical activity can reduce risk of developing insulin resistance which leads to type 2 diabetes. Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine, or BUSM, studied the relationship of physical activity, inactivity to

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I Reversed Insulin Resistance and You Can Too

How I went from a sugar/carb burning athlete to a fat burning beast. It was 2014 and I was looking at a lot of red in my most recent blood work results. What’s all this red?” I asked my Doctor. “Well,” she said, “It shows your cholesterol

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Low-calorie ketogenic diet beats dietary restriction for treating type 2 diabetes

A new intervention study, comparing two weight loss approaches in diabetes management, has found that following a ketogenic diet rather than a conventional low-calorie diet was more effective in improving body composition and clinical health markers. The findings, published this week online in the journal Nutrition and Diabetes,

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Target: Blood Sugar Health

Published in WholeFoods Magazine November 2016 … Did you know that more than 29 million Americans have diabetes (1)? That’s more than 9% of the total population. The numbers climb every year with approximately 1.4 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes every year (1). With numbers like these,

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Ketogenic Diet Wins

Study Compares American Diabetes Association Low-fat Diet to High-fat Ketogenic Diet for Helping Diabetes: Ketogenic Diet Wins ... A study published in April 2014 compared two diets with overweight diabetic people. One group ate the standard recommended diet by the American Diabetes Association, which was a low-fat, highRead more

New food nutrition labeling unlikely to help those who need it the most

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Food and Drug Administration recently unveiled significant changes to nutritional labels. The new labels will give consumers greater insight into how much added sugar is hidden in the food we eat. Calories will be displayed more prominently and serving sizes will better reflect

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How to read the new nutrition label; 6 things you need to know!

As Americans struggle with obesity and diabetes, help is on the way. The iconic black-and-white Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods in the U.S. is getting its first makeover in two decades. The federal government’s decision last month to update the food label means that for the first

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