Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Eating too quickly increases risk of chronic illness

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Researchers have shown that people who eat too quickly have a higher risk of obesity and metabolic disorder (diabetes, stroke and cardiovascular risk). Researchers from...

The dangers of poor sleep

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Poor sleep can increase your risk of chronic illnesses like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, cancer, obesity and stress and it reduces your longevity. All animals...

Blood Sugar Levels Lowered by Ginger

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According to a study by researchers at the Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences in Yazd, Iran, ginger significantly lowers blood sugar levels. This study involved...

Now you can REVERSE Type-2 Diabetes

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Losing weight loses diabetes! Exciting work from Professor Roy Taylor at Newcastle University in the UK is consistently showing that Type-2 diabetes can definitely be...

New Diabetes drugs have serious side effects

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A company, AdverseEvents, is making a name for itself by analysing and publish the side-effects reported to the FDA as caused by new drugs...

Diabetes drug linked to increased bladder cancer risk

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This artIcle from CANCERactive is about Pharmaceutical firm Takeda. They have been fined $6 billion for covering up increased risks of bladder cancer associated...

Lentils each day, keep diabetes at bay

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To lower your risk of diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure try a cup of lentils a day. So say researchers at the...

Oregano and Rosemary help fight diabetes

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Researchers at the Human Nutrition University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have found that oregano and rosemary lower blood glucose levels. Dr. Elvira Gonzalez Mejia and...

Methane-producing gut bacteria linked to diabetes and obesity

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Dr Ruchi Mathur from the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has been exploring a possible link between microorganisms found in the gut and an increased risk...

Gut bacteria link to diabetes

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“We have demonstrated that people with type-2 diabetes have a high level of pathogens in their intestines,” says professor Jun Wang from the University of...

Disruption of gene that links to internal clock makes you fatter,...

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Dr Ke Ma, MD, PhD, from the Methodist Hospital Research Institute in Houston, Texas is involved in the ongoing exploration of the relationship between...

Insulin therapy may do more harm than good

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A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine June 30, 2014, has concluded that insulin therapy in type-2 diabetic patients may indeed do more harm than good. especially for...