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Deciphering the Lipid Profile

October 16, 2017 Category :Diabetes Research 0

0ne day, you are a healthy young person at the top of the game of life. The next day, you are chasing your breath and getting weaker every passing second – signs that you might be having a sudden treacherous attack. » Continue Reading

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Low Carbohydrate Diet: Myths and Fallacies

September 24, 2017 Category :Diabetes Facts 1

Today, the term low-carbohydrate diet is associated with the Atkins Diet, a popular weight-loss diet composed of high-fat, high-protein and low-carbohydrate foods. Some of these low-carbohydrate, high protein diets advocate the restriction of rice, bread, pastas, noodles, sugar, fruits and vegetables while emphasizing meat, chicken, milk, egg and cheese. » Continue Reading

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Salted Egg good for Diabetics?

July 26, 2014 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Filipinos love salted egg during meals. If you combine salted egg with tomato, tuyo and fried rice, it’s the perfect breakfast meal. Unfortunately, salted egg is not good for people with diabetes. In fact, it is advisable to avoid adding salt or reduce the use of salt in preparing meals for diabetes.

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Diet Softdrinks linked to Type 2 Diabetes

July 15, 2014 Category :Diabetes Research 0

If you think diet beverages are better than regular colas, think again. A new France-based study showed that diet or “light” versions of softdrinks may put drinkers at a considerably higher risk of type 2 diabetes.

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Best Exercises for Reducing Puson

July 5, 2014 Category :Fitness 0

One of the body areas that is very difficult to trim down is the belly or puson. This is true for both men and women because the former often develops beer bellies while the latter suffers from loose bellies after getting pregnant. Sometimes, even if a person diets and do exercise, the belly stays protruded.

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Best Weight-Loss Diet?

April 22, 2012 Category :Health Watch 0

Question: What is the best weight-loss diet in the world?

Answer: There are numerous diets available for the picking. The choice is yours. Before you end up confused by all the literature on losing weight, stop for a moment.

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ADA Food Guideline debunks One Size Fits All Diet Mindset

March 24, 2012 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

With the development of its first food guideline, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) warned patients from subscribing to extreme fad diets, reiterating the fact that there’s no “one size fits all” approach in meal planning, especially among diabetics.

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Eat Your Way to a Thinner Body

March 7, 2012 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

In dieting, more is really less. This simply means eating more of certain kinds of foods, which can help burn fat faster. Sound too good to be true? Read on to find out.

Want to burn fat? Here’s a different advice – try eating more. While this statement may seem fallacious (and wonderful, for food-lovers worldwide), science has found that there are actually certain types of food that can help get rid of fat faster. And the best news is: most of these can be found inside our refrigerator.

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

February 27, 2012 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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Lowering fat intake may reduce Diabetes

February 24, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Little adjustments in diet even without weight loss can notably affect risk for diabetes, according to a research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

The study included 69 healthy, overweight people who did not have diabetes but were at risk for it, and placed them for diets with modest reductions in either fat or carbohydrate for eight weeks.

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