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Stop eating  refined sugars. This means giving up all foods made with HFCS (especially soda) or other refined sugars. Avoid all processed foods. Avoid eating refined anything. That includes white breads, processed meat (which strongly promotes diabetes)  never eat processed packaged meat because it contains sodium nitrite, a chemical that destroys pancreas function. This means no pepperoni pizza, no ..
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  Acidic Diet AND  Diabetes Risk for Women   A diet high in acidic foods — meat, fish, and sodas, for instance — may put some women at greater risk for developing type 2 diabetes, researchers found. In an analysis of data from the E3N-EPIC cohort, French women with higher scores on a measure of dietary ..
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A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that high blood sugars are related to dementia. The higher the blood sugar the higher the likelihood. This is based on a long term study and appears a good study This is another reason that high blood sugars should be well controlled in ..
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CHICAGO — Exercise turns on a host of metabolism-boosting genes in fat in both humans and animals, that — at least in mice — boost glucose tolerance and mitigate the effect of a fatty diet, a series of experiments showed. Gene assays showed a big change in gene expression in subcutaneous fat among 10 healthy ..
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STOP!!! Not Reading This Could Be Harmful To Your Health Nearly 80 Million Americans Are Already Affected . . . Are You? An Urgent Men’s Health Update From: S.A. Nickerson Health Correspondent Perhaps you’re an exception . . . But it’s usually only the youngsters who enjoy a scary roller coaster ride. And when it ..
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  More than 24 million Americans have type 2 diabetes. People with the disease cannot store glucose in their cells effectively, and their blood sugar levels can go dangerously high. Lifestyle changes like weight loss and cutting calorie intake can improve blood sugar control and reduce the risk of complications from the disease, but it ..
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April 12, 2012 Diets characterized by a greater number of vegetables and a greater variety of fruit and vegetable consumption may result in a reduced risk for type 2 diabetes, according to study results from Cambridge, United Kingdom, Andrew J. Cooper, MPhil, of the Epidemiology Unit of the Institute of Metabolic Science at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in ..
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Safflower Oil May Reduce Risk for Diabetes Complications Laurie Barclay, MD March 29, 2011 — Supplementation with 8 g safflower (SAF) oil daily improved glycemia, inflammation, and blood lipids in obese, postmenopausal women with type 2 diabetes, according to the results of a randomized, double-masked, crossover study reported online March 21 in Clinical Nutrition. “The ..
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The Lancet, Early Online Publication, 29 February 2012 doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(11)61452-9Cite or Link Using DOI Selenium and human health Prof Margaret P Rayman DPhil [Oxon] a Summary Selenium is incorporated into selenoproteins that have a wide range of pleiotropic effects, ranging from antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects to the production of active thyroid hormone. In the past 10 ..
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  Two new studies into the potential health benefits of eating almonds have supported evidence that they can help people with type 2 diabetes to maintain their blood glucose and cholesterol levels.… One of the studies, published in the journal, Metabolism, showed that consuming an ounce of almonds straight before eating a high-starch meal brought ..
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Testosterone replacement to normal levels in middle-aged and elderly hypogonadal men significantly improved all components of the metabolic syndrome at 24 months, according to research presented here at the International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress 2011. Positive effects were maintained for at least 60 months, reported Farid Saad, PhD, from Bayer Schering Pharma in Berlin, ..
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Fructose a Negative for Diabetes Patients Although it negates the dumping of glucose directly into the bloodstream, fructose may not be an ideal sweetener for diabetes patients.…   According to James Rosenzweig, MD, of Boston University, fructose’s links with hypertension, adiposity, and increased uric acid levels could potentially outweigh its immediate blood sugar benefits, especially ..
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Almonds Can Improve Diabetes Control Two new studies into the potential health benefits of eating almonds have supported evidence that they can help people with type 2 diabetes to maintain their blood glucose and cholesterol levels.… One of the studies, published in the journal, Metabolism, showed that consuming an ounce of almonds straight before eating ..
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) — A recent study found that low vitamin D levels are significantly more prevalent in obese children and are associated with risk factors for type 2 diabetes. This study was accepted for publication in The Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. High rates of vitamin D deficiency have been ..
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Just half a teaspoon of cinnamon a day significantly reduces blood sugar levels in diabetics, a new study has found. The effect, which can be produced even by soaking a cinnamon stick your tea, could also benefit millions of non-diabetics who have blood sugar problem but are unaware of it. The discovery was initially made ..
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Harry G. Psaros is the publisher of HealthNutritionandWellness.com zeylancium, Cinnamomum cassia) is a universally loved and vastly underappreciated spice.  When you simply hear the word ‘cinnamon’, your mouth begins to salivate at the thought of cinnamon strudel, buns and hot apple cider.  Millions of people on a daily basis march to their local coffee shop for their ..
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Discover the expert in you. How to Buy Cinnamon By Alex Smith, eHow Contributor Cinnamon is a spice cultivated from strips of inner bark from the cinnamon tree. It is an incredibly popular spice, used in dishes around the world. If your only experience in buying cinnamon is grabbing a tin from the grocery store, ..
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The effect of honey on diabetes remains controversial but here are views of the combination of honey and cinnamon in diabetes Diabetes is a metabolic condition that involves high blood sugar and complications that include cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, nerve damage, loss of vision and hearing and kidney disease. Diabetics must watch the types ..
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There has been a lot of talk these days about cinnamon. According to some studies, cinnamon may improve blood glucose and cholesterol levels in people with Type 2 diabetes. The results of a study from 2003 in Pakistan showed lower levels of fasting glucose, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol after 40 days with levels continuing ..
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