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Type 2 Diabetes – How Eating Red Meat Is Linked To An Increased Risk of Developing Diabetes

Eating red meat has repeatedly been associated with Type 2 diabetes. Investigators at the German Institute of Human Nutrition in Potsdam-Rehbruecke, Nuthetal, and several other research centers in Germany, looked at various molecules to determine the connection. Their study, reported on in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in May 2015, included 2681 participants. Six […]

The “Fear Of Failing” and Diabetes – Overcoming And Understanding This Destructive Emotion

How it starts. From the beginning when the doctor pronounced these words to you, “You’ve got diabetes” you should have had so many wonderful successes and discouraging failures that you can’t stand it. Remember, the diet worked for a while, how great, but exercise made it worse – then it made it better. Next were […]

Type 2 Diabetes – The Best Kept Secret For Controlling Hunger and Blood Sugar Levels

Eating regular meals and snacks not only help to keep all Type 2 diabetic’s blood sugar levels stable, they also help keep their hunger in check. Avoiding hunger highs and lows is an important way to help prevent overeating. It’s important for Type 2 diabetics to prevent overeating to maintain healthy blood sugar levels and […]

Type 2 Diabetes – Gastric Bands or Non-Surgical Care for Lower Blood Sugar Levels and Weight Loss

The question of whether to have lap band surgery or to manage Type 2 diabetes without the procedure, could be just a matter of personal preference. That was the conclusion researchers made at the end of a study reported on in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism in April 2015. Researchers at Harvard Medical […]

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