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Genetic risk for diabetes is insignificant compared to preventive lifestyle factors

7/7/2014 - The effect of lifestyle habits on type 2 diabetes risk is so large that it renders genetic susceptibility insignificant, according to a study led by researchers from the University of Cambridge and published in the journal PLOS Medicine. The study was funded primarily by the European Commission. The...

Using antidepressants while pregnant raises child's risk of obesity, diabetes, and more

7/5/2014 - New research from McMaster University in Canada has uncovered a correlation between fluoxetine, a chemical in popular antidepressants like Prozac, and pregnant woman. Researchers recently discovered that pregnant women on antidepressants could be unknowingly jeopardizing the health of their unborn...

Man loses 154 pounds and overcomes diabetes, says eating whole foods was key to weight loss success

6/27/2014 - Six-foot one-inch tall Kerry Hoffman used to weigh 343 pounds, have diabetes and frequently indulge in processed, unhealthy foods (1). "I ate anything that tasted good -- wings, pizza, stuffed burgers, tons of sweets and dessert," said Hoffman, whose father passed away from liver disease. Not long after...

Ginger reduces chronic inflammation, pain and migraines, helps digestion, diabetes and more

6/23/2014 - According MedlinePlus, taking 1 gram of ginger before surgery may help reduce nausea and vomiting post-surgery. Widely known for its ability to reduce nausea and vomiting, ginger has many more uses than one may think. In China, ginger has been used for over 2,000 years to help treat nausea, stomach...

Oxygenating your body's cells can reduce inflammation and insulin resistance

6/23/2014 - For the first time, researchers have uncovered the mechanism by which an unhealthy diet leads to type 2 diabetes, in a study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Diego, and published in the journal Cell on June 5. "We've described the etiology of obesity-related diabetes....

Sugar substitutes for diabetics: Five sugars that are OK to eat

6/22/2014 - Over the past 25 years, the prevalence of diabetes has risen substantially in the U.S. (1) Today, nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes, including 7 million people who have not been diagnosed. Almost 2 million men and women are diagnosed with diabetes each year -- that's more than 5,200 each day....

US authorities sound alarm as diabetes epidemic hits 10 percent of population

6/19/2014 - A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals a shocking fact about the current state of public health in the U.S.: nearly 10 percent of Americans now have diabetes. Roughly 30 million people, it turns out -- 8 million-or-so of whom have yet to be diagnosed -- currently...

Taking metformin and insulin in conjunction raises mortality risk for diabetes patients

6/18/2014 - Combining the diabetes drug metformin with insulin significantly increases patients' risk of death, according to a study conducted by researchers from Vanderbilt University and published in a diabetes-themed issue of JAMA on June 11. The researchers compared the use of metformin in conjunction with...

Diabetic diet secrets revealed: 7 foods that help halt diabetes and initiate self-healing

6/6/2014 - Diabetes mellitus, according to the Mayo Clinic's disease definition page (1) is a group of diseases that all affect how your body processes the sugars that come from you diet. Commonly referred to as glucose, the sugar in your blood literally feeds all of your cells. Blood sugar is your body's energy...

Why vitamin D deficiency may be killing you: how cancer, heart disease and diabetes are all made worse when you lack vitamin D

6/5/2014 - Most clinicians and even many people understand that getting the right amount of vitamin D is important for good bone health. In fact, up until the 1930s, the bone disease rickets was a serious health threat, thanks to inadequate levels of the D vitamin. But until recently, few understood the other...

Freekeh: The grain that combats type 2 diabetes and boosts overall health

6/5/2014 - First, quinoa. Then teff. Both are amazing superfoods, grains that boost overall health with their outstanding nutrient content. While they still remain supremely healthy choices, another food has the health world buzzing. Introducing freekeh. Freekeh is an ancient grain that's actually been sold for...

Study finds more women than men with type 2 diabetes are at risk for developing heart problems

6/5/2014 - It's been known for a long while that having type 2 diabetes increases the risk of heart disease, but now a study published in Diabetologia shows that women have a 44 percent higher risk than men of experiencing both fatal and non-fatal cardiac events (1). In the study, over 858,000 men and women were...

One-third of hospitalized patients have diabetes - learn how to prevent it

5/31/2014 - Nearly one-third of all people hospitalized in California have diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-Los Angeles, with support from the California Center for Public Health Advocacy. "For far too many families, diabetes has become a common and painful...

Omega-3 derivative helps treat type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance

5/29/2014 - A derivative of omega-3 fatty acids may provide some of the same benefit in treating type 2 diabetes as exercise, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Universite Laval, the Quebec Heart and Lung Institute Research Center, and the Institute of Nutrition and Functional Foods, published...

Type 2 diabetes diet: What to eat, what to avoid and how to get healthier with every meal

5/27/2014 2:43:44 AM - There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 usually appears in childhood, and its symptoms can be quite abrupt and severe. Type 2 diabetes is more common, and its symtoms present more gradually. It can develop at any age and is considered preventable. Early symptoms of the disease can include fatigue, unexplained...

Cabbage: natural medicine for cancer, diabetes and more

5/24/2014 - The robust and abundant cabbage, which is closely related to other leafy green vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower, has a long history as both a food and medicine. For example, the Ancient Greeks would routinely prescribe cabbage or cabbage juice to treat constipation or mushroom poisoning, while...

Whey protein lowers diabetes and cardiovascular disease risk factors in obese adults

5/19/2014 - Whey protein may reduce obese adults' risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to a study published in the Journal of Proteome Research and funded by the Nordic Centre of Excellence and the Danish Council for Strategic Research. Whey is a form of protein most commonly found in dairy...

Educated patients control diabetes better than trained physicians

5/17/2014 - The power to reverse type 2 diabetes begins with a well informed individual, someone self-empowered to make changes in their daily eating habits. A remarkable study from the University of Maryland has found that a physician's diabetes-management approach alone is ineffective and has no influence on...

Man cures diabetes, loses over 200 pounds with raw food diet

5/11/2014 - Constantly surrounded by a variety of food at his workplace, Oregon resident Clent Manich knew all too well how easy it was access foods wherever and whenever he wanted. He routinely ate hot dogs, soda and pizza. Eventually, his unhealthy dietary habits caused his weight to soar to an alarming 450 pounds....

Surprise finding: Fiber prevents obesity and diabetes by producing glucose in intestines

5/11/2014 - For the first time, scientists may have uncovered the mechanism by which fiber helps prevent obesity and diabetes, in a study conducted by a French-Swedish research team and published in the journal Cell in January 2014. Notably, the findings point to a key role played by intestinal flora, the microorganisms...

Dr. David Perlmutter speaking at world diabetes summit, happening now

5/7/2014 - Board-certified neurologist Dr. David Perlmutter is scheduled to speak at the Reversing Diabetes World Summit, a free online health conference running this week. Click here to see a complete guest list and speaking schedule. According to his website, Perlmutter, who calls himself an "empowering...

Dr. Mark Hyman featured at World Diabetes Summit happening now

5/6/2014 - Board-certified family practice physician and author Dr. Mark Hyman is scheduled to speak at the Reversing Diabetes World Summit, a free online health conference that's running right now. Click here to see a complete guest list and speaking schedule. According to his website, Hyman, who began...

Type 2 diabetes myths and secrets explained: how I cured diabetes using food, not pharmaceuticals

5/5/2014 - Type 2 diabetes rates are skyrocketed among children and teens across the U.S., according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (1). Rates climbed 21% from 2000 to 2009, and most experts believe they have continued to rise in the five years since. What's almost...

Christa O. shares food secrets for overcoming diabetes

5/5/2014 - Clinical and holistic nutritionist, author and motivational speaker Christa Orecchio is scheduled to speak at the Reversing Diabetes World Summit, a free online health conference that begins May 5. Click here to see a complete guest list and speaking schedule. Orecchio, founder of the website...

Pharmacist Suzy Cohen reveals secrets for preventing diabetes

4/30/2014 10:03:55 AM - Suzy Cohen, who is best known as "America's Most Trusted Pharmacist," is scheduled to speak at the Reversing Diabetes World Summit, a free online health conference that begins May 5. Click here to see a complete guest list and speaking schedule. According to her website, Cohen says she uses her...

Dr. Mark Houston to speak at world diabetes summit

4/30/2014 10:03:37 AM - Dr. Mark Houston, M.D., the Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, and one of the nation's foremost experts in lifestyle medicine for diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension, is scheduled to speak at the Reversing Diabetes World Summit, a free online health...

Does coffee prevent diabetes?

4/26/2014 - Americans are coffee drinkers, with over 50% of us relying on the stuff to wake us up in the morning and keep us alert throughout the day. Besides being able to help fight fatigue, recent research has found that increasing your consumption of coffee can help prevent the risk of type 2 diabetes. The...

Heavy metals scientifically linked to causing diabetes

4/24/2014 - Fifty years ago, it was virtually unheard of. But today, diabetes mellitus, a serious metabolic disorder, afflicts more than 150 million people globally, with a bulk of this number hailing from North America. And researchers out of Asia, having published their findings back in 2009, exposed toxic heavy...

Six factors that can help cure diabetes

4/6/2014 - Type I diabetes, though similar to Type II diabetes, is also very different in a crucial way. While Type II diabetes involves the body's inability to utilize its own insulin properly, Type I diabetes occurs when the body cannot make enough natural insulin on its own. This happens when the beta cells...

You are a pest to Obamacare if you are not sick

4/5/2014 - Are you an Obamanite? Do you worship the ground that he walks on? Maybe you just "dislike" him with all your might? It really doesn't matter. He does whatever he wants to do anyway. "Checks and balances" in America are almost "null and void." Sick care is being enforced by the IRS, slowly and methodically,...

Curing diabetes: A natural approach

3/29/2014 - Diabetes is a disease in which the body is either unable to produce enough insulin or is unable to process the insulin that is produced. This causes increased levels of glucose in the body, putting additional strain on the body's organs. The typical treatment for diabetes is for a physician to prescribe...

Study touts spirulina as functional food for diabetes management

3/26/2014 - Many have raved about superfood spirulina's overall health benefits, and there have been studies supporting their claims. One study in Korea focused on type II diabetes patients to determine if spirulina would alleviate diabetes symptoms enough to be considered a valuable functional food, a food that...

Research shows resistance exercise helps prevent type 2 diabetes

3/18/2014 - It has been previously established that aerobic exercise helps to lower one's risk of type 2 diabetes. Now, a recent population study carried out on a large group of women and published in PLOS Medicine has revealed that resistance or weight training could help decrease type 2 diabetes risk as well. The...

Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal formula shown to help prevent diabetes

3/2/2014 - A recent study to be published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM) has revealed that a particular Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal formula helped to slow the progression from pre-diabetes to a full-blown diagnosis of diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a condition whereby...

Obesity-mortality paradox debunked: Overweight type 2 diabetes patients do NOT survive better

3/2/2014 - A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has debunked the findings of some recent studies which suggested that diabetics who were overweight or obese could have lower mortality rates than their normal-weight counterparts. The study, led by researchers from the Harvard School...

Go nuts to significantly lower risk of obesity and diabetes, and aid your weight management strategy

2/22/2014 - A surprising number of people avoid eating nuts as they retain the false stigma that the calories derived from a handful of nuts contribute to weight gain. Nuts also deliver a higher percentage of fat calories per ounce than many nutritionally deficient processed foods and are thus considered to be...

Discover the power of alpha lipoic acid for removing heavy metals, taming diabetes and protecting against Alzheimer's

2/10/2014 - With diabetes, cardiovascular disease and neurological disorders reaching epidemic proportions, natural remedies that combat these health concerns are in high demand. Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) can help with these pressing issues and more. This formidable antioxidant has also shown promise in curbing osteoporosis,...

Traditional Chinese Medicine pill halts progression of diabetes in new study

1/31/2014 - Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has treated maladies and health issues for thousands of years with herbs and acupuncture. Yet, to appease the western world's view of "evidence-based medicine," various trials and studies are performed, often comparing TCM to modern pharmaceuticals, in order to prove...

Cacao, red wine prevent type 2 diabetes: Research

1/31/2014 - New research suggests that red wine and cacao, from which chocolate is made, can help prevent type 2 diabetes. The study, which was conducted in the United Kingdom, involved 2,000 women and plant compounds called flavonoids which are present in some fruit and berries as well as red wine and chocolate....

Study proves omega-3 fatty acids lower risk of type 2 diabetes

1/27/2014 - The results of a 1980s human diabetes study are in. After conducting nearly 20 years of follow-up work, researchers in Finland have discovered new evidence showing how omega-3 fatty acids have the potential to help lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. The researchers, from the University of Eastern...

Who knew flavonoids from tea, berries and grapes protect against developing diabetes?

1/22/2014 - Amazingly, among the many thousands of those who are newly diagnosed with diabetes each day, very few realize that this disease can shorten normal lifespans by as much as 10 to 15 years when left unchecked and dramatically lower quality of life as the inevitable complications impair vision, renal health...

Fine particulate matter causes inflammation, diabetes and heart disease

1/14/2014 - Fine particulate matter, the kind that comes from vehicle exhaust (PM2.5), has recently been found to cause inflammation beyond the lungs. Through specific protein pathways in the immune system, fine particulate matter invites inflammation into the cells, eliciting insulin resistance and heart disease....

Lack of vitamin D can lead to chronic pain, depression: study

12/18/2013 - Supplementing with vitamin D can help mitigate the pain and depression often associated with type 2 diabetes, says a new study out of Loyola University in Chicago. Researchers there found that women with the disease who suffered from numbness, tingling and pain in their hands, fingers and legs, as well...

Studies show that chia seeds can treat diabetes, boost energy and more

12/15/2013 - Chia is a species of flowering plant that bears oval-shaped, multicolored seeds. These seeds, which have a neutral taste and crunchy texture, have been cultivated for centuries as a survival food in their native Mexico and Guatemala. Chia seeds had only just begun to enjoy recognition in the United...

Vitamin D deficiency increases pregnant women's risk of gestational diabetes, C-section delivery and other health conditions

12/10/2013 - A growing number of pregnant women are beginning to develop gestational diabetes during their pregnancy, usually around the 24th week. The American Diabetes Association estimates that 18 percent of hospital pregnancies are affected by gestational diabetes. This means that a woman is unable to make and...

Medicinal Chinese herbs offer hope for type 2 diabetes sufferers

12/10/2013 - Type 2 diabetes is a disease that develops gradually from metabolic disorders that morph into prediabetes. Both diabetes type 1 and type 2 are similar in one respect: There is too much blood glucose (sugar), and it's not being metabolized by one's cells into energy. Type 2 diabetes is much more prevalent...

Curcumin's healing powers revealed - How this herb protects you from diabetes

12/5/2013 - Curcumin keeps coming on strong as an actual disease preventative and curative for many ailments. Sometimes it works well by itself and sometimes as an adjunct with other herbs or vitamins. Curcumin is the active ingredient of the Indian spice turmeric, which is essential to curry sauces. Curry sauces...

Research: Lack of cardiovascular fitness kills more than diabetes, smoking and obesity combined

12/3/2013 - The ability of the heart and lungs to provide oxygenated blood to tissues, coupled with the the muscles' proper use oxygen is called cardiovascular fitness. Aerobic activity increases cardiovascular fitness. It involves using the larger muscle groups during sustained physical movement. Most physical...

Metabolic acidosis causes cancer, diabetes and premature death

11/28/2013 - Cancer, chronic fatigue, diabetes, osteoporosis plus many other degenerative diseases are caused by 'metabolic acidosis.' Is your body pH slightly alkaline? If not, this is a serious health condition - that needs to be addressed immediately. Shocking 'sick care' statistics! The top 10 reasons for...

Research shows garlic may be an effective treatment for diabetes and oxidative stress

11/17/2013 - Various cultures around the world already understand that herbs such as ginger, cinnamon, garlic and turmeric can effectively treat conditions like diabetes. According to research from the biomedical science department at the King Faisal University in Saudi Arabia, garlic may be the most powerful of...

Studies show chlorella could improve insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes patients

11/3/2013 - There have been studies under the radar of public awareness or mainstream media disclosure demonstrating chlorella's ability to improve diabetic symptoms. It's certain that very few MDs know of these studies. It seems that the wonders of this single-cell microalgae superfood continue to surface....

Lawsuits claim Pfizer drug Lipitor gave women type 2 diabetes

10/29/2013 - Drug giant Pfizer has recently been hit with a flurry of lawsuits from women claiming that the company's blockbuster cholesterol drug Lipitor caused them to develop type 2 diabetes. Pfizer released Lipitor in 2007, promoting it as a safe way to lower levels of LDL cholesterol, commonly called "bad...

If you have diabetes, losing weight is a key strategy for healing

10/20/2013 - It's a normal buddy-system scenario: you find out you have type 2 diabetes, and one of the first things your doctor recommends is weight loss, especially for patients significantly overweight. While this is good advice, a new study puts the reasoning behind this advice to the test. There are certainly...

Healthy food and drink choices that can treat, cure type-2 diabetes

10/16/2013 - The average diabetic is more than likely used to hearing all about the types of things he or she should not be eating and drinking. But how often are diabetics advised about what they can, and should, be eating and drinking, particularly as these foods pertain to treating and even reversing diabetes? There...

Childhood vaccines can cause diabetes and metabolic syndrome, research confirms

10/13/2013 - Comprehensive research compiled by expert immunologist Dr. J. "Bart" Classen has uncovered the disturbing fact that childhood vaccines are a common cause of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as well as the barrage of chronic illness symptoms typically associated with metabolic syndrome. Because they...

Reverse type 1 diabetes with a raw food diet

10/11/2013 - Is it possible to reverse type 1 diabetes (T1D, previously known as insulin-dependent diabetes or IDDM) simply by enjoying a raw food diet? According to Dr. Kirt Tyson, a naturopathic doctor who practices in Arizona, eating a diet that primarily consists of raw foods can dramatically reduce blood sugar...

Ten foods to prevent and stop diabetes

10/10/2013 - Diabetes is a disorder wherein the body cannot control its level of blood glucose or sugar. While many of the foods today contain high levels of diabetes-inducing sugar, there are ten amazingly healthy foods that can actually prevent diabetes from developing. Not only do these foods control blood sugar...

Antidepressants again linked to type 2 diabetes risk

10/9/2013 - A just-completed meta-analysis suggests that physicians should use caution when prescribing antidepressant medications, because they can raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The study's authors don't directly conclude that antidepressants are the direct cause, but in reporting their findings...

Study finds a high-protein, high-fat breakfast lowers blood sugar and risk of developing diabetes

10/6/2013 - Alternative nutrition researchers and practitioners have postulated that a large breakfast, moderate lunch and small-portion dinner is an important key to weight loss and optimal health maintenance. Excess calories, especially in the form of processed and refined junk carbohydrates, consumed later in...

Whole fruit consumption is shown to lower risk of developing diabetes by nearly 25 percent

9/22/2013 - The startling statistics show that close to 30 million men, women and children currently suffer the devastating effects of a diabetes diagnosis, as the disease affects nearly ten percent of the US population. Even more sobering, health professionals say the number of pre-diabetic and undiagnosed cases...

Curcumin supplementation is shown to halt the progression of diabetes in pre-diabetics

9/18/2013 - Curcumin, the native Indian spice derived from turmeric has been touted for decades as a powerful tool in the fight against cancer development and progression, Alzheimer's disease and cardiovascular disorders due to its natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The spice compound has recently...

Forgo the fruit juice and choose fresh fruit instead: Research-proven diabetes protection

9/18/2013 - Fruit juices are often grabbed off store shelves or out of refrigerated displays as substitutes for sodas, which have obvious adverse health effects. But there are concerns over the sugar spikes inherent with consuming fruit juices, especially store-bought juices that aren't freshly made. Many of...

New DPP-4 diabetes drugs linked to heart failure

9/16/2013 - Despite laughable attempts by the mainstream media to spin the study in a positive light, new research out of Massachusetts has confirmed that the novel dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) class of diabetes drugs can increase users' risk of developing heart failure. According to data compiled by researchers...

Fiber and diabetes - What you need to know

9/14/2013 - For individuals around the world who have type 2 diabetes, there is a need to check the fiber content in their meals immediately, since quality is just as significant as the quantity. The researchNew research indicates that people who have type 2 diabetes are advised to increase their intake of fiber-rich...

Mediterranean-style low carb diet lowers diabetes risk by 20 percent

9/13/2013 - Diabetes is characterized by an excess of glucose circulating in the blood and an inefficiency of insulin to usher the sugar into the cells and muscles where it can be used to fuel metabolic processes or be converted to triglycerides and stored as body fat. Simple, refined and processed carbohydrate...

Apple cider vinegar shows promise against diabetes complications

9/11/2013 - A pilot study on the effect that apple cider vinegar (ACV) has on gastric emptying rate revealed glycemic control problems with type 1 diabetics, but it is otherwise effective in reducing levels of postprandial glucose and insulin among healthy people. However, Swedish researchers Joanna Hiebowicz,...

Common toxin lurking in your pantry causes obesity, diabetes, infertility and a range of unpleasant side effects

9/10/2013 - Typically, individuals concerned about health read labels and question if the food they consume will promote vitality and balance. So it's particularly disturbing when a hazardous ingredient is allowed to infiltrate the food supply under a misleading name that hides its true identity. Thanks to the...

Antipsychotic meds make children three times more likely to develop diabetes, increase suicide rates 20 fold

8/29/2013 - Two detailed studies shine light on the devastating side effects that antipsychotic medications have on children and adolescents. One study, recently published in JAMA Psychiatry, reports that children on anti-psychotic medications are three times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. The other study...

Vitamin D deficiency may signifcantly contribute to type-1 diabetes risk: Research

8/12/2013 - Low levels of vitamin D may increase a person's risk of developing type 1 diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard School of Public Health and published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. In contrast to type 2 diabetes, which typically occurs when the body becomes...

Research consistently finds walnut oil effective against type 2 diabetes

8/9/2013 - A team of researchers led by JoAnn F. Manson of the Harvard School of Public Health revealed that consumption of walnut oil is significantly correlated to lower risk of type 2 diabetes in women. The disclosure was made in February of this year with the release of print issue number 4 from volume 143...

Confirmed by science - Strawberries provide outstanding protective benefit against cancer, diabetes and more

7/31/2013 - With the bounty of organic summertime strawberries currently available, there's no time like the present to appreciate all the exceptional health benefits of this remarkable fruit. As a mighty guardian against a host of chronic disease, strawberries are a delicious way to fortify the body. Researchers...

The raw food diet appears to have reversed diabetes and cancer for at least one man

7/22/2013 - A raw organic vegan diet is said to provide the body with everything necessary to stop and possibly reverse disease. The claim is that the foods that are natural and from the Earth contain everything the body needs to survive and thrive. More than that, being raw prevents the live force in the food...

Low vitamin D levels increases your diabetes risk: Research

7/3/2013 - Low levels of vitamin D increase your risk for developing diabetes and related medical conditions such as heart disease, research has shown. Two studies into the link between vitamin D and diabetes were presented at the 2010 meeting of the Endocrine Society. In the first, researchers from Johns Hopkins...

Total domination: Merck sues Indian generic drug company to halt competition for lucrative diabetes drug market

7/2/2013 - The second most populated country in the world, India, has become a vicious battleground for competing interests within the pharmaceutical industry that are trying to gain control of the drug market. And one of the latest legal feuds has been initiated by U.S.-based drug giant Merck & Co., creator of...

Breaking news: New vaccine praised as a cure for type 1 diabetes

6/30/2013 - After 40 years of unsuccessful attempts to develop a vaccine to prevent type 1 diabetes, a joint effort by California-based Stanford University and Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands announced this past Wednesday that they may have stumbled upon the key to finally make it happen. Their...

Ginger for type 2 diabetics: This power herb is scientifically proven to increase insulin sensitivity

6/27/2013 - Ginger may help increase insulin sensitivity in patients with type 2 diabetes, according to the findings of a recent study conducted by researchers from the Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in Iran and published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. Type 2 diabetes occurs...

Regular consumption of red and processed meats boosts diabetes risk by nearly fifty percent

6/24/2013 - Diabetes is a metabolic disease characterized by high levels of glucose in the blood caused by a resistance to the effects of insulin to usher sugar into cells and muscles to be used as fuel. As such, diabetes is commonly believed to be caused by excess consumption of sugary foods and processed, fast-releasing...

Research links hypoglycemia to dementia in later life: Control your blood sugar while you still can

6/24/2013 - Hypoglycemia may increase the risk of dementia and vice versa, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-San Francisco and published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. The study was conducted on people with diabetes, who are who are paradoxically among those...

Could the use of a standing desk slash the risk of diabetes, cancer and premature death? Advocates say yes

6/22/2013 - As research continues to confirm the deadly effects of sitting for long periods of time, savvy workers are switching to standing desks and reaping the benefits. Notable advocates of tall work stations include Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Ernest Hemingway, among others. All...

Diabetes symptoms linked to acute thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency

6/19/2013 - Stuart Lindsay is a PharmD (PhD in pharmacy) who contributed an article to orthomolecular.org entitled "Confessions of a Frustrated Pharmacist." He wrote of his frustrations of being ostracized from members of the medical community as he became aware of how drugs were not working to cure much of...

Treat your diabetes naturally with CoQ10

6/16/2013 - Neuropathy, or nerve damage, is the most common cause of injury and death in people with diabetes. Preliminary studies suggest, however, that this debilitating condition may be treatable by boosting your body's levels of a substance that it is already producing: Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10. Approximately...

Omega-3 fats from fish oil slash the risk of developing diabetes

6/13/2013 - New and undiagnosed cases of diabetes continue to rise at epidemic rates, with as many as one in three men, women and children projected to be affected by the metabolic disorder by 2025. The high circulating blood sugar levels associated with diabetes significantly raise the risk of developing a host...

New science says fish oil helps prevent type 2 diabetes

6/10/2013 - The incidence of diabetes in the United States has been rising for years, making it the seventh leading cause of death in the country, according to the National Institutes of Health, but promising new research indicates that fish oil can help prevent its occurrence. The study, published recently...

Diabetes is linked to acute thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency

6/6/2013 - Stuart Lindsay is a PharmD (PhD in pharmacy) who contributed an article to orthomolecular.org entitled "Confessions of a Frustrated Pharmacist." He wrote of his frustrations of being ostracized from members of the medical community as he became aware of how drugs weren't working to cure much of anything. Orthomolecular...

Manage your diabetes naturally with these simple remedies and tips

5/21/2013 - Even what conventional medicine might consider a well-managed case of diabetes can be well off the mark of optimal health. Any person with diabetes can tell you that managing this condition -- whether type 1 or type 2 -- requires a great deal of tenacity and awareness. It's a burden that a healthy body...

Mango, the new diabetes and cancer buster

5/20/2013 - The most popular fresh fruit in the world, mangoes are a whole lot more than just a delicious, refreshing treat produced by nature. As evidenced by copious scientific research, mangoes are also a powerful medicinal food, as they contain nutrients that can help clear up skin, promote eye health, stave...

Hops compounds have potential to treat diabetes, cancer: research

5/18/2013 - Okay beer drinkers, drink to your health! Only kidding. Research over the last few decades has determined a compound from hops used to brew beer, humulone, has a wide array of potential health benefits, from curing viral infections and reversing diabetes to curing certain cancers. But before you...

Grapes help protect against metabolic syndrome related organ damage and diabetes progression

5/15/2013 - Metabolic syndrome refers to a related group of conditions including increased blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol levels that dramatically increase the risk of developing heart disease, stroke and diabetes, among a host of other serious chronic...

One can of soda a day makes you substantially more prone to diabetes, strokes: Study

5/13/2013 - Drinking as little as one can of soda pop per day is enough to increase your risk of both type 2 diabetes and stroke by a significant percentage, according to a new study out of Europe. Based on an analysis involving about 27,000 people who were surveyed on their health and dietary habits, researchers...

How to prevent diabetes with everyday foods

5/3/2013 - According to the most recent statistics, about one-third of the entire U.S. population, or more than 100 million Americans, suffers from either diabetes or pre-diabetes, a blood sugar condition that can eventually lead to more serious health conditions and even death. And based on U.S. Centers for Disease...

Just one can of soda raises diabetes risk by 22 percent

4/30/2013 - According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 310 million people worldwide are affected by type 2 diabetes, a long-term condition characterized by insulin resistance. What is at the heart of this growing epidemic? According to a new European study, the mass availability of sugary soda...

Sugar-laced soda increases diabetes risk by 22 percent

4/27/2013 - Drinking a can of sugar-laced soda a day will raise your risk of developing diabetes by 22 percent! According to a new study out today evidence suggests that just one 12-ounce serving of a sugar-sweetened beverage can significantly raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. What's interesting...

Johnson and Johnson's new diabetes drug causes vaginal yeast infections and other unlabeled health conditions

4/25/2013 - The FDA has recently approved Johnson and Johnson's new type 2 diabetes drug Invokana. This drug, although deemed safe by the government, has been found to cause debilitating side effects including Candida yeast infections and a host of unlabeled risks. An advisory panel of 15 approves drugs for...

Diabetes skyrockets across America as Big Pharma drugs fail yet again

4/22/2013 - Despite steady increases in medication usage rates for preventing and treating the condition, Type II diabetes is more prevalent than ever throughout the U.S., according to a new study released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Between 1995 and 2010, the number of people...

Research: Reduce insulin resistance with omega-3 fatty acids

4/17/2013 - A higher intake of omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce insulin resistance, thereby reducing the risk or severity of type 2 diabetes, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of South Australia and published in the journal Public Health Nutrition. Type 2 diabetes develops...

Study: Caffeine harms glucose metabolism in type-2 diabetics:

4/16/2013 - Coffee-loving diabetics, watch out! Although some studies have shown that coffee drinking may actually help prevent or regulate diabetes, the evidence seems to suggest that caffeine actually worsens diabetic symptoms. In fact, caffeine appears to outweigh all the benefits that coffee would otherwise...

Manage diabetes with the foods you love

4/11/2013 - Every year, people continue to be diagnosed with the different types of diabetes. And since the major causes are not all the time organic, diabetes can be managed and can be reversed with a better lifestyle. And while most people see lifestyle management as an opportunity for starvation, a few see it...

Free, natural way to lower heart, diabetes risk as much as running

4/9/2013 - What's your excuse not to exercise? Can't afford a gym membership? Think you are too old, too out of shape or too heavy to start running? New findings which researchers are describing as "surprising" should put some pep in your step when it comes to exercising -- literally. It turns out that simply...

Study shows insulin injections more than double risk of death in Type II diabetics

3/27/2013 - According to the World Diabetes Foundation, nearly one-third of all Type II diabetics take daily insulin injections as part of their prescribed treatment protocol. But a new study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism reveals that this quintessential diabetes therapy option...

Study finds that turmeric prevents diabetes

3/24/2013 - Turmeric has a long history of use in a variety of traditional Asian medical systems for treating a wide variety of ailments. Now, Western scientists are increasingly finding that this culinary root and its active ingredients may be potent weapons in the fight against diabetes. Indeed, it has been shown...

Vitamin E slows aging, grows hair, prevents diabetes, improves brain function and blood flow

3/23/2013 - Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that can slow aging and help grow hair. Research has shown that vitamin E can soften the red blood cells, which increases circulation by improving blood flow. Vitamin E comes in eight forms. Four are tocopherols and four are tocotrienoils. Most Americans' diet is rich...

No aerobics needed: To reduce diabetes risk, just spend less time sitting

3/19/2013 - Spending less of your waking hours sitting or lying down may do more to reduce your risk of Type II diabetes than meeting current recommendations for moderate or vigorous exercise, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Leicester and published in Diabetologia, the journal...

Sugar is the main cause of Type II diabetes, not other factors

3/13/2013 - The precise connection between sugar intake, obesity, and Type II diabetes has been a hotly-debated point of contention in the scientific community for many years. But new research published in the open-access journal PLoS One appears to have made a significant breakthrough on the subject, as it pinpoints...

Low vitamin D linked to insulin resistance: Study

3/4/2013 - Here is a summary of the Japanese study linking low vitamin D to insulin resistance excerpted from Vitasearch.com and sourced below: A meta-analysis involving a Japanese working population (n=494), aged 20-68 years, found a correlation between calcium levels, low vitamin D status and insulin resistance...

How too much sugar leads to cancer

3/4/2013 - High levels of sugar in the blood spark a biochemical cascade that can lead directly to cancer, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid and published in the journal Molecular Cell. The research may help explain the long-known connection between...

Nutritional supplement helps prevent gestational diabetes

2/27/2013 - Pregnant women are more prone to develop glucose intolerance, also known as gestational diabetes. This is the main reason why pregnant women are encouraged to keep a healthy weight by maintaining proper diet and performing regular exercise. During this time, the woman's body undergoes a change in terms...

Want to reduce your Type II diabetes risk? Get some sunshine and up your vitamin D intake

2/22/2013 - It's amazing how many different meta-analysis papers and epidemiological studies keep popping up associating vitamin D3 with lower disease occurrences for heart disease, breast cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, and Type II or onset adult diabetes. An earlier Japanese meta-analysis "...found a correlation...

The truth about diet soda and diabetes: Diet soda increases the risk of diabetes

2/19/2013 - Sodas have a reputation for being among the worst drinks available health-wise. For one, these drinks contain loads of sugar, which makes frequent consumption of these drinks a potential trigger for diabetes mellitus, one of the most dreaded diseases of our time. Because of this, people are making a...

Diabetes sufferer switched to vegan diet, blood sugar stabilized after 10 days

2/19/2013 - Eliminating meat and dairy, and including fruit smoothies and orange juice into the diet, has helped one woman normalize blood sugar levels. "I have diabetes and I was very worried that more carbs and fruit and less protein would mean my blood sugar would be harder to manage," said the senior member...

Low-sugar diet helps prevent diabetes

2/15/2013 - One of the most common myths associated with diabetes is that too much intake of sugary foods triggers it. It should be noted; however, that while a low-sugar diet can help reduce the chances of dealing with diabetes, the excessive consumption of sugar is not the sole cause of it. There are other factors...

Chronic stress leads to diabetes, study finds

2/14/2013 - Men who live in a permanent state of stress are 45 percent more likely to develop Type II diabetes than men who are not stressed, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and published in the journal Diabetic Medicine. The analysis was conducted as...

Beta carotene may protect from genetic Type II diabetes

2/1/2013 - A genetic predisposition to Type II diabetes is found among more than half of the U.S. population. But if this form of the disease "runs" in your family, you can lower your risk by losing weight and exercising. However, Stanford University School of Medicine investigators have found a specific nutrient...

Charlotte Gerson, healing diabetes, ending self-sabotage on Mental Health Exposed

1/18/2013 - The January 16, 2013 episode of Mental Health Exposed features Charlotte Gerson discussing her book, Healing Diabetes the Gerson Way. At age 90, Charlotte is as passionate and feisty as ever, not taking any slack from me or anyone else. The Gerson approach to healing cancer, diabetes, arthritis and...

Overcome diabetes with these powerful therapeutic herbs

1/14/2013 - If you or someone you know suffers from either diabetes or pre-diabetes, it might come as a surprise to learn that a life of endless insulin shots and blood glucose drugs is not your only treatment option. If you are serious about truly overcoming your diabetic condition, there are actually a number...

Black tea consumption shown to lower risk of developing diabetes

1/14/2013 - New cases of diabetes continue to mount at an unprecedented rate, as millions of unsuspecting children and adults of all ages are affected by the devastating effects of this insidious disease. Diabetes ravages virtually every organ system, as the normal glucose-insulin balance is disrupted and excess...

Exclusive interivew with Charlotte Gerson: Healing diabetes in 5-11 days

1/5/2013 - When Charlotte Gerson was 12, her father, Max Gerson, MD, healed her tuberculosis, which was considered a death sentence at the time. Now at age 90, Charlotte is the leading authority on what has become known and celebrated worldwide as Gerson Therapy. So it was with great enthusiasm that I took...

Media won't admit diabetes has a cure; instead they use the term 'remission'

12/24/2012 - A new study claims that people with type 2 diabetes or who are suffering "pre-diabetes" symptoms can see their disease go into remission after a year of following an intensive diet and exercise program, but as usual, the mainstream media is stopping short of saying that the disease can be totally reversed. Edward...

Vitamin K intake cuts risk of diabetes in the elderly by 50 percent

12/13/2012 - New cases of diabetes continue to increase exponentially every five to ten years. The toll this disease takes on millions of unsuspecting children and adults places the illness in a class by itself as it is the primary cause of death from diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Excess glucose in circulation...

Daily coffee consumption lowers diabetes risk

12/13/2012 - People who drink three to four cups of coffee each day have a lower risk of developing Type II diabetes, according to a research summary published by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC). The report summarizes the key findings of recent research into the connection between coffee...

Processed cows milk linked to diabetes

12/8/2012 - We all grew up with the classical food pyramid, consuming all the proper servings of grains, dairy, and meat. Well, what if you found out that one of the main levels of the food pyramid actually could give you diabetes? Studies have indeed shown that our bodies, when reacting to A1 beta-casein in dairy,...

Mexico hit by diabetes epidemic as processed American foods take over

12/6/2012 - As the U.S. trade deficit continues to soar, the one thing America has been successful at exporting is its fast food industry, and with it, all of the health problems it causes. When Mexico signed on to become a participant in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the early 1990s, the...

High Fructose Corn Syrup and Diabetes

12/5/2012 - A new, eye-opening study has taken the novel approach of examining a country's high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) consumption and correlated that with the incidence of diabetes. This study examines the long-suspected assumption that corn syrup contributes to the rapidly and consistently increasing rise...

Study finds U.S. leads way in high fructose corn syrup consumption and diabetes rates

12/2/2012 - The United States leads the way in high fructose corn syrup intake with a staggering 55 lbs/person/year average. Although it is common knowledge that a high sugar diet is the leading risk factor in developing type II diabetes, it is now becoming more clear that HFCS is the primary culprit. A brief...

Rising diabetes rates spare no race, age, gender, or state

11/27/2012 - -- Although it may come as no surprise to those who have been keeping tabs on the health of the nation, the prevalence of diagnosed diabetes in the U.S. has risen steadily and universally from 1995 to 2010. In the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report for November 16th, the CDC announced that no demographic...

Eating mindfully is a key tool in treating Type II diabetes naturally

11/17/2012 - A new study from Ohio State University found that eating mindfully - consuming food in response to physical cues of hunger and fullness - is as effective as sticking to nutrition-based guidelines to reduce both weight and blood sugar levels in adults with Type II diabetes. Researchers said that in...

Biggest diseases Big Pharma will continue to cash in on over the next two decades

11/6/2012 - As our nation continues to consume disease-causing, highly processed, genetically modified foods loaded with trans-fats, sodium and sugar, the health consequences become more prevalent and harder to ignore. For the pharmaceutical industry though, this couldn't be better news. The ill heath of our country...

$75 billion spent to increase incidence of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity

11/4/2012 - A study published by The American Journal of American Nutrition looked at the effectiveness of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamp Program. The SNAP program cost taxpayers over $75 billion dollars in 2011. It is estimated one out of every seven Americans...

Sorbitol causes premature cataracts, retinopathy, heavy weight loss, and peripheral neuropathy

11/3/2012 - Sorbitol, a sugar alcohol, was once widely accepted as a sugar alternative for diabetics. It is also produced in the body when glucose is metabolized. The dangers of sorbitol; however, have been in medical literature for over two decades. Today, there is increasing controversy over the merits of this...

Sitting for extended periods doubles risks from diabetes, heart disease and early death

10/25/2012 - Health-conscious individuals are well aware that moderate levels of physical activity are essential to promote health, especially when combined with proper diet, supplementation when necessary and lifestyle changes such as smoking cessation and avoiding chemical and household carcinogens. Recent research...

Diabetes control requires the proper nutrients

10/24/2012 - Disturbingly, diabetes kills more people in America than breast cancer and AIDS combined. The World Health Organization anticipates that by 2030, over 360 million people will have diabetes. If you wish to avoid diabetes or you currently have diabetes and wish to slow or stop its progression, then proper...

Sitting for long periods increases your risk of death, study finds

10/19/2012 - A new study has found that those who tend to sit for long periods of time - think office workers, clerks and other administrative personnel - are at great risk of diabetes, heart disease and death. The meta study, led by Britain's University of Leicester, in association with colleagues at Loughborough...

Manage your blood sugar and diabetes with these four herbs

10/18/2012 - Modern medicine may have its place in emergency care, but when it comes to the prevention or management of chronic illness, many conventional treatments are lacking. In the case of diabetes, the battle is loudly proclaimed to be one of blood sugar regulation. "Check your sugar, and take your drugs as...

Turmeric can help regenerate the liver, groundbreaking new research

10/10/2012 - Incredible, groundbreaking new research just published in the Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand found that the primary polyphenol in turmeric - curcumin - is able to repair and even regenerate the liver tissues in diabetic rats. Researchers at the Srinakharinwirot University in Bangkok...

Detoxing your gut can help you avoid Type 2 diabetes, according to scientists

10/8/2012 - Two separate studies in different areas of the world have come to similar conclusions: An imbalance of the gut's intestinal flora can be a precursor to Type 2 diabetes. These were mainstream medical studies, one in China and the other in Denmark. The focus was not on detoxification. They seem to...

Poor sleep increases insulin resistance, diabetes and heart disease risk in teens

10/5/2012 - It is not difficult for most people to understand the importance of a good night's sleep to awaken refreshed and ready to take on the challenges of a new day. Less known is the scientific evidence that explains how poor sleep habits are the root cause behind the development of many chronic diseases,...

Type 2 diabetes breakthrough: Imbalance in gut bacteria likely cause

9/27/2012 - We've all heard the news about the enormous, world-wide epidemic of type 2 diabetes. Not only is this form of diabetes (which results from the body's inability to effectively use insulin) soaring among adults, it is now hitting children and teens as well. The World Health Organization (WHO) says the...

Are you at risk of developing type III diabetes?

9/25/2012 - Diabetes has become a burden on the healthcare system and taxpayers. In 2007, the national cost of diabetes was calculated to be $174 billion. We can assume this figure has since increased since then and may well be approaching $200 billion. There are three main types of diabetes: Type I - Juvenile...

Daily fasting and timing of meals can prevent diabetes and obesity

9/11/2012 - Ancient wisdom posits that calories in equal calories out when trying to lose weight and prevent disease. There is a wealth of new scientific research to suggest that all calories are not the same when metabolized through digestion, and more importantly the timing of meals as well as the time between...

Reverse diabetes in 21 days or less - naturally

9/6/2012 - Diabetes is pandemic. This horrible condition effects 300 million people (worldwide) - eventually resulting in the death of one person every ten seconds. Conventionally speaking, modern medicine believes that diabetes is "incurable" but that's simply NOT true. Simple lifestyle changes can help you eliminate...

An apple a day keeps diabetes at bay?

9/4/2012 - Obesity is a growing problem in North American, with over one fifth of school-aged children and adolescents classified as overweight, and roughly 35 percent of adults considered clinically obese. Obesity related medical complications account for roughly 10 percent of overall healthcare spending. Problems...

Eat breakfast to avoid diabetes and more

8/27/2012 - Nutritional guidelines recommend a healthy breakfast for everyone and now there is study evidence proving that there is a direct correlation between developing type II diabetes and skipping breakfast. Researchers in study findings write: "Overall, our findings show an inverse relation between increasing...

Toxic byproduct of heat-processed food may contribute to weight gain and diabetes, scientists find

8/25/2012 - Eating foods cooked with dry heat could be making you fat, inflamed, diabetic, and cancer-prone. These are the suggested findings of a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which outlines how exposure to methylglyoxal (MG), a chemical byproduct of certain...

Alzheimer's is really just 'type-3' diabetes, new research shows

8/6/2012 - Emerging research on the widespread degenerative brain disease known as Alzheimer's suggests that this prevalent form of dementia is actually a type of diabetes. Published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, a recent study out of Rhode Island Hospital (RIH) confirms that Alzheimer's is marked by...

Low vitamin D coupled with obesity dramatically raises diabetes risk

8/3/2012 - It is no surprise to most people that the current obesity epidemic is placing millions of unsuspecting individuals at grave risk of early death, in part by dramatically increasing the incidence of diabetes. Excess body weight damages metabolic balance, allowing wildly fluctuating blood glucose and insulin...

Personal care products found to increase diabetes risk by 60 percent in women

7/31/2012 - Would you continue to liberally apply personal care products including moisturizers, nail polishes, soaps, hair sprays and perfumes if you knew that your risk of developing diabetes was dramatically increased? Many healthy-minded individuals are aware of endocrine-disrupting synthetic chemicals known...

Strawberries again vindicated in the fight against heart disease, diabetes and cognitive decline

7/25/2012 - Flavonoids from many fruits have been associated with potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to help prevent a host of diseases ranging from cardiovascular ailments and metabolic disorders to dementia and cognitive decline. Increased antioxidant activity promoted by consumption of strawberries...

Eat strawberries, prevent diabetes?

7/19/2012 - Scientists at the University of Warwick have identified a potential preventive effect of strawberries on Type 2 Diabetes risk. Although strawberries have previously been identified as effective at battling high cholesterol and post-meal blood glucose levels, professor Paul Thornalley's research has...

Chow down to reverse severe heart disease and diabetes with diet

7/18/2012 - "Chow Down," aptly tagged as "a film with heart," has become available on Premium NaturalNews TV. It is a tenacious documentary about three real people with serious heart disease and diabetes who have been told by their doctors they "can't get better." This film takes an exciting course when they tell...

Who knew? Compound in apples fights obesity, diabetes and fatty liver disease

7/8/2012 - Overweight and obesity continue to plague a majority of men, women and children alike, placing them at considerable risk for heart disease, diabetes and fatty liver disease as a result of chronic metabolic dysfunction. Alternative health practitioners understand that the problem is the result of much...

Common crop pesticide is a public health threat causing diabetes

6/29/2012 - Diabetes is brought to you in part by Bayer AG - Germany. You know, the most powerful German corporate cartel in the first half of the 20th century - IG Farben (AKA Bayer) - and the single largest profiteer from World War II. This is the same IG Farben that was intimately involved with the human experimental...

Mediterranean diet not only prevents heart disease and diabetes and improves quality of life

6/20/2012 - Countless studies have conclusively demonstrated that a Mediterranean diet significantly lowers the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes and many forms of dementia. Nutrition scientists explain that the diet provides a very well-rounded mix of macronutrients, vitamins and minerals...

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