Spaghettini with Broccoli and Pine Nuts

November 27, 2019 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

A rich dessert that combines luscious white chocolate with the tangy strawberry sauce. You can use milk or dark chocolate if you prefer.

Yield: 6 to 8 portions

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Go Vegan! Yummy and Healthy Eating

November 26, 2019 Category :Healthy Recipes 0

Why don’t you go vegan?”

People who consider meat as a part of their daily diet would cringe with horror at that suggestion. It’s a common perception that vegetable dishes are so bland and boring that going healthy is actually a pain.

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Sleep Tips for Diabetics

November 25, 2019 Category :Fitness| Health Watch 1

There are a lot of things that a person with diabetes can do to help solve sleeping problems without resorting to taking even further medication. » Continue Reading

Sleep Disruption and Diabetes

November 24, 2019 Category :Fitness 0

Persons with diabetes not only have to deal with their sugar levels, they also have to contend with different sleep problems.

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Melatonin for Jet Lag?

November 23, 2019 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Question: Can people with diabetes take melatonin for jet lag?

Answer: Before we even answer this question, we need to answer a few others. What is jet lag? What is melatonin? Is melatonin useful for jet lag? What is the relationship between melatonin and diabetes?

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Keeping Yourselves Fit in School

November 22, 2019 Category :Fitness 0

Going back to school could mean losing time for yourself. Here are some suggestions on how to deal with it and stay fit.

It has been a month since summer vacation ended. For sure, a lot of you are still (or once again) in an adjustment period. Waking up early, sitting for hours in a day, staying up late doing homework, preparing for an exam, minding a group project – all these things are attached to a student’s life. Not to mention the stress that is often present.

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Truth About Hypoglycemia

November 21, 2019 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Hypoglycemia is a medical term to describe a situation where the amount of circulating useful blood sugar is lower than normal—a level low enough to cause symptoms in a person. Generally, hypoglycemia is defined as a serum glucose level below 70mg/dL. Symptoms of hypoglycemia can vary from person to person, from a common dizziness to having frank seizures.

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Diabetes to Develop Parkinson’s

November 20, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

A new study has put forward new evidence that persons with diabetes are more likely to have Parkinson’s disease, especially for younger patients. Another report has documented that U.S. adults are more likely to develop Parkinson’s over a 15-year period. These results, however, do not actually prove the diabetes is a direct cause of Parkinson’s.

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Diabetes in Pregnancy may Increase Risk of Autism

November 19, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

A recent study, aimed at knowing what factors during pregnancy could affect the risk of autism in children, has shown that diabetes, obesity, and fever could play a crucial and influential role in such occurrence.

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Gluten-free Diet doesn’t reduce Babies’ risk of Diabetes

November 18, 2019 Category :Diabetes Research 0

For the first year of babies with diabetes history in their families, a gluten-free diet does not lower the risk of developing diabetes, German researchers said recently.

The study suggested that babies exposed to gluten as part of their early diet may be more likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in childhood.

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