3 Spices For Type 2 Diabetics

An estimated 280 people in Australia are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every day. Also, there are approximately 2 million Australians currently suffering with the disease, many of whom are undiagnosed. A reduction in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes … Continue reading

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Type 2 Diabetes and Gut Health

The health of your gut plays an enormously important role in your overall health as well as your energy levels and general well-being. Research has now shown a strong relationship between type 2 diabetes and gut health with type 2 … Continue reading

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Statins Increase the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Several studies now demonstrate that statins increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.1,2,3 The mechanism through which they do so is not yet completely understood. However, the relationship is definitely well-established. Furthermore, higher potency statins appear to impart a greater … Continue reading

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Less Meals is Best For Diabetics

Despite the commonly-held belief that smaller, more frequent meals is the best option for people to lose weight and improve their health, recent research shows that the opposite may be true.1 The study has been published in the journal, Diabetologia, … Continue reading

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Reverse Insulin Resistance With High Intensity Exercise

Diabetics and people with insulin resistance are well-aware of the benefits that come from exercise and why they need to do it. Unfortunately though, virtually all of the recommendations they receive is simply to ‘exercise’ or ‘go for a walk’. … Continue reading

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Almonds Are Beneficial For Type 2 Diabetics

The best way for people to overcome type 2 diabetes is to incorporate simple, easy-to-use principles into their lifestyle. Of course, the more principles a person uses the faster the improvements will occur. One of the simplest principles for diabetics … Continue reading

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Coconut Oil and Diabetes

The general recommendation for diabetics is to limit their overall fat intake as much as possible simply because a high fat intake is strongly correlated with an increased incidence of type 2 diabetes. The relationship between dietary fat intake and … Continue reading

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A New PCOS Test For Diabetes Risk

One of the symptoms of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is insulin resistance. Therefore, women with the condition are three times more likely to develop diabetes compared to women without PCOS. Since PCOS is a common condition in women, with 1 … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Thyroid Problems

Researchers in Germany have identified a strong relationship between type 2 diabetes and thyroid problems with 27% of diabetic patients analysed also having a thyroid disorder.1 It appears that the thyroid problems developed after their diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Dementia

Another health concern facing diabetics is the fact that their brains atrophy (shrink) over time, similar to someone with dementia. This conclusion comes from a research study published in the journal, Radiology.1 The researchers found that the reduction in brain … Continue reading

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