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Diabetics Need To Stay Away From Crusty Bits On Grilled Foods
2012-10-23 09:47:50

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Watch out meat eaters: a study by the University of Illinois recently found that individuals should avoid cooking meat in a way that results in crusty bits similar to those found on a grilled hamburger. In particular, crusty foods and foods high in advanced glycation end products (AGEs) could result in worsened health problems that are related to diabetes. The findings were included in the online edition of the International...

2012-08-24 23:01:27

Cenegenics® Medical Institute´s customized age management medicine program demonstrates the success of low-glycemic nutrition for optimized health Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 23, 2012 The Cenegenics customized healthy aging program goes beyond the recent Harvard Medical School research on nutrition, published in the "Journal of the American Medical Association," to real-life applications, demonstrating the positive impact low-glycemic nutrition has on hormonal balance, caloric...

2012-07-30 02:25:33

DES MOINES, Iowa, July 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mom's Meals debuts its new diabetic friendly diet today, providing home delivered meals for those new to a diabetic diet, those challenged by counting carbohydrates, or those simply unable to prepare meals for themselves. Mom's Meals delivers fresh-prepared meals to seniors and those struggling with chronic diseases. The announcement coincides with the annual meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators' (AADE) in Indianapolis,...

New Research Suggests That White Rice Increases Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
2012-03-16 11:42:14

According to a new study published in the British Medical Journal, regularly eating white rice significantly increases the risk of Type 2 diabetes. The authors from the Harvard School of Public Health looked for evidence of the association between eating white rice and Type 2 diabetes in previous studies and research. The new study focuses on finding a direct link between the risk and the amount of rice eaten. This study also seeks to determine if the risk of Type 2 diabetes is greater in...

2011-09-07 06:00:00

MODESTO, Calif., Sept. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 26 million American adults and children have diabetes today and by the year 2025, this condition is projected to affect 438 million worldwide, or 7.8% of the adult population.(1,2) One of the first lines of defense in disease management is dietary change, which highlights the significance of two recently published studies. Both suggest that including almonds in the diet may aid individuals with type 2 diabetes in maintaining cholesterol...

2011-08-05 08:37:00

ALBANY, Ga., Aug. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- An important new study released in the August issue of Diabetes Care shows that replacing carbohydrates with two ounces of nuts, such as peanuts, everyday improves blood glucose control and blood lipids in people with type 2 diabetes. David Jenkins, MD, PhD, DSc, Principal Investigator and a pioneer in the area of glycemic control for diabetics said, "Nuts, including peanuts, can make a valuable contribution to the diabetic diet by displacing high...

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2011-07-13 07:48:23

Eating nuts daily could help control type 2 diabetes and prevent complications Eating nuts every day could help control Type 2 diabetes and prevent its complications, according to new research from St. Michael's Hospital and the University of Toronto. In the research, published online by the journal Diabetes Care, a team of researchers led by Dr. David Jenkins (University of Toronto Department of Nutritional Sciences; St. Michael's Hospital Risk Factor Modification Centre) reports that...

2011-07-06 08:00:00

FRESNO, Calif., July 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A study published June 29 in Diabetes Care suggests that nuts, such as pistachios, are a healthy food choice for people with type 2 diabetes. Researchers from the University of Toronto and St. Michael's Hospital found that people with type 2 diabetes, who ate about two ounces of tree nuts in place of carbohydrates, improved their long-term blood sugar control and lowered their cholesterol levels. "There are two important factors in caring for...

2009-03-24 09:40:50

The amount of calcium your body absorbs might depend, in part, on the amount of dietary fiber you consume.Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center report that patients with noninsulin-dependent diabetes (type 2) excreted less calcium through their urine when they consumed 50 grams of fiber a day than when they ate 24 grams a day. Excreting less calcium indicates that they absorbed less of the mineral."We already know that fiber helps improve your cholesterol and glucose control and...

2009-01-01 21:27:06

Income uncertainty should not lead diabetics to wonder if they can afford diet and fitness, a U.S. educator says. Sue McLaughlin of the American Diabetes Association says it is easy to think, Why bother making New Year's resolutions, in this current economy. The common misconception is that New Year's resolutions to improve health and wellness require a financial investment, such as a gym membership or a new meal plan, McLaughlin says in a statement. But simple -- and inexpensive -- lifestyle...