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Diabetes prevention: What to eat and what to avoid

July 30, 2020 - diabetes prevention and management at

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Diabetes prevention study: Fiber helps reduce blood sugar, improve gut bacteria

April 14, 2018 -

Fiber helps lower blood sugar levels and improve gut bacteria, according to a study published in the journal Science. The study, led by researchers at Rutgers University, New Brunswick (RUNB), found that people with Type 2 diabetes who followed a diet rich in fibers had a greater reduction in blood sugar levels.

In the study, the researchers divided the participants into two groups, the treatment group and the control group. The treatment group followed a diet that included ...

Diabetes prevention: Following a 16-week vegan diet boosts gut microbes linked to body weight and blood sugar management

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Regular exercise is key to heart disease prevention, reveals study

October 11, 2022 -

Exercising regularly can help reduce heart failure risk

More than six million adults in the U.S. have heart failure, a chronic, progressive disease that develops when your heart is unable to pump enough oxygen-rich blood to keep up with your body's needs.

Atherosclerosis, diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure) and obesity are all risk factors for heart failure. In 2019 alone, over 86,000 Americans died because of this potentially life-threatening condition.

Many ...

Cancer prevention tips: 5 Natural ways to reduce your breast cancer risk

May 31, 2023 -

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 264,000 cases are diagnosed annually in American women, and about 42,000 die from the disease each year. Breast cancer is not only exclusive to women, as men can also develop abnormal growths in their breast tissue. Although fewer than one percent of all breast cancers occur in men, the lack of routine screening for males means the disease is often diagnosed at a more advanced stage.

But breast cancer is ...

Vitamin D found to prevent diabetes: STUDY

February 09, 2023 -

The review of clinical trials found that higher vitamin D intake via supplementation – the preferred method of vitamin D intake is natural sunlight exposure, by the way – is associated with a 15 percent decrease in the likelihood of Type-2 diabetes in adults with prediabetes.

Published on February 7, the study is based on a systematic review and meta-analysis of three clinical trials comparing vitamin D levels to diabetes risk. Among those studied, 22.7 percent of prediabetic ...

Diabetes and obesity drugs linked to thyroid cancer

June 28, 2023 -

Semaglutide, the active ingredient found in the widely used anti-diabetes and anti-obesity drugs Ozempic and Wegovy, respectively, are linked to an increased risk of thyroid cancer in patients who take the drugs in accordance with a doctor's prescription.

Known as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists, the drugs in question are manufactured by Novo Nordisk, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly and Sanofi Winthrop, all of which must submit supplementary information about them ...

Study: Intermittent fasting is key to addressing diabetes pandemic

February 27, 2023 - diabetes prevention and management

If you already have Type 2 diabetes, experts recommend managing your condition by eating these nutritious foods:

If you want to prevent Type 2 diabetes before it starts, follow a balanced diet and avoid fried foods along with sugary and heavily processed foods and beverages. Getting enough sleep and exercising regularly can also help protect against diabetes.

"Diabetes remission is possible ...

Americans consume half the global supply of diabetes drugs

November 23, 2022 -

Even though the U.S. represents only about 4.25 percent of the global population, its citizens consume half of the world's supply of diabetes drugs, based on revenue numbers for Big Pharma.

Much of this can be attributed to America's toxic food supply, which is laden with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) as well as a laundry list of chemical pesticide and herbicide residues.

Americans are also charged an arm and a leg for diabetes drugs, which have become ...

YouTube amps up “medical misinformation” policy: Now you can’t talk about alternative cancer treatments or PREVENTION of any disease

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In a "long term vision" notice on its official blog, YouTube's Dr. Garth Graham, the Director and Global Head of Healthcare and Public Health Partnership, along with Matt Halprin, the Vice President and Global Head of Trust and Safety, explain how "removing cancer misinformation" is now a top priority alongside removing all contrary information about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

"In the years since we began our efforts to make YouTube a destination for high-quality health ...

Skittles panders to Black Americans while selling them prepackaged diabetes

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The bad news is that consuming excess amounts will dramatically increase your risk of diabetes, cancer, and other diseases. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, black Americans are 60 percent more likely than whites to be diagnosed with diabetes. What does this have to do with Skittles? Mars recently released a new version of Skittles with the phrase “black trans lives matter” on the packaging....

New study predicts DIABETES cases will rise to 1.3B by 2050

July 20, 2023 -

The study, conducted by researchers at the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington, found that there are currently 529 million people in the world with diabetes – with the majority of the cases being Type 2 diabetes (T2D) – the form of the disease that is linked to obesity and is largely preventable. They projected that this will more than double to around 1.3 billion people by 2050.Why the prevalence of diabetes is increasing

"We ...

HARMFUL MEDICINE: Researchers discover link between diabetes medications and multiple sclerosis

December 07, 2022 -

This was according to an October 2022 study published in Heliyon. The study analyzed data from a U.S.-based insurance claims database featuring 151 million patients.

In the study, the researchers identified more than five million patients diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes (T2D) and either early-onset or late-onset MS. They then segmented the data by sex and age – patients diagnosed with T2D before and after age 45 – to decode the factors driving MS risk in both cohorts....

Using artificial sweeteners for weight loss can increase diabetes risk, warn researchers

February 03, 2023 -

But according to a review, using artificial sweeteners for weight loss can increase your risk of developing diabetes. Using artificial sweeteners to reduce your calorie intake can also affect your gut health, warned health experts.Artificial sweeteners linked to changes in gut health and elevated glucose levels

In a review published in the journal Endocrine Practice, researchers analyzed studies that focused on the long-term and neurohormonal effects of artificial sweeteners ...

People with Type 2 diabetes may suffer from magnesium deficiency, warn researchers

October 10, 2022 -

The study, which was published in the World Journal of Diabetes, revealed that those who have Type 2 diabetes often have low magnesium levels. This is a serious issue because the mineral plays a key role in blood sugar (glucose) control.

If you have diabetes, you need to understand how much magnesium you have, how much you need and how it can help your overall well-being.Link between magnesium and diabetes

Magnesium is needed for over 300 biochemical activities ...

Common chemicals in shampoo and soap found to increase diabetes risk in women

February 15, 2023 -

Researchers discovered that phthalates, a common chemical in personal hygiene products like shampoo and soap, can raise a woman’s risk of developing diabetes by more than 60 percent. Data also showed that people with higher levels of phthalates in their urine are at least 30 to 63 percent more likely to develop diabetes.

The study was published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism and conducted by scientists from the University of Michigan (U-M).Why ...

FDA claims it will “save lives” by silencing speech online, making sure no one is allowed to talk about natural medicine, prevention or cures

February 28, 2023 -

Califf cannot back this claim with any data or facts, of course, but those no longer matter. With enough taxpayer cash at his disposal, Califf can steer the FDA in whichever direction he chooses, which apparently means turning the regulatory body into a censorship and snitch operation.

In a recent interview with The Associated Press (AP), Califf, who previously headed the FDA in 2016 and 2017, partially under both Barack Obama and Donald Trump, pledged that the FDA ...

Study: Eating 80% of your daily calorie intake before 1 p.m. could help prevent diabetes

June 21, 2023 -

Findings of the study were presented on June 15 at ENDO 2023, the Endocrine Society's annual meeting held in Chicago. The authors of the study invited 10 participants who had high blood sugar levels and obesity.

The participants were urged to follow an early time-restricted feeding (ETRF) pattern – where 80 percent of calories were consumed before 1 p.m. – for the first seven days of the study period. They then shifted to eating a regular feeding pattern – where 50 percent ...

Comprehensive study: There are ZERO Amish kids suffering from cancer, diabetes or autism – WHY IS THAT?

July 07, 2023 -

These chronic conditions, also called preventable diseases and disorders, that nearly many vaccinated children and swaths of Americans suffer from, include auto-immune disease, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, ADHD, arthritis, cancer, and of course… wait for it… autism (think ASD and Asperger's Syndrome).Expert panelists testified how healthy Amish children are compared to vaccinated American children

Maybe scaring people off vaccines is a good thing, for all those pro-jab-fanatics ...

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