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Some Americans believe that if we eat fish and vegetables, and guzzle down wine and olive oil, we will live forever -- or at least longer than our American-diet-eating counterparts. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In the early 1960s, researchers realized that Cretans (the people living in Crete, an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea) live...Read Full Post »
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The tens of trillions of bacteria that live in your digestive tract, also known as your microbiota or gut bacteria, can make it or break it for you as far as your health is concerned. The microbiota (pronounced mi-kro-bi-O-ta) does many things, including combating disease-producing bacteria, making vitamins B and K (essential for making energy and blood clotting, respectively), and digesting food substances that...Read Full Post »
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Couldn't make it to the gym today? No worries. GlucoZone has you covered.
Join GlucoZone for their fun and informative Diabetes Exercise Class. As GlucoZone progresses through the workout, the instructor, a PWD (person with diabetes) himself, breaks to ...Read Full Post »
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Oat milk in this recipe is a great way to sweeten the holiday. It is naturally sweeter than other unsweetened alternative milks. This nog treat is not low calorie, but it is plant-based. It's a big improvement over recipes that contain cream and eggs.
Makes 2 servings
- 1 cup oat milk
- 1/4 cup cashew or almond butter
- 3 tablespo...
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Blood sugar numbers are high when sugar piles up outside the cells and can’t get inside.
In a person who does not have diabetes, the sugar moves into the cells through glucose doors. Once the sugar gets into the cell, it bounces around a bit before it can be used to make energy.
In Type 2 diabetes though, the sugar can’t move into to cell because there’s no room...Read Full Post »
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How many times have you been told that high blood sugar causes damage to the eyes, feet, and kidneys? But, has anyone told you how it happens?
Sugar crystals in the bloodstream are like shards of glass floating in the blood vessels of your precious organs. The razor sharp edges of the sugar crystals rub gently against the blood vessel walls as they pass through. One pass doesn't cause much damage, ...Read Full Post »
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New research presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) 52nd Annual meeting last week in Munich, Germany showed that the fat that is in animal-based foods, like meats (i.e. beef, chicken, fish, etc.) and eggs raises the risk for Type 2 diabetes.
The study results showed that those who ate the most fats increased their risk for diabetes by 26% when compar...Read Full Post »
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