Latest Diabetic diet Stories

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.

2011-07-13 07:48:23

Eating nuts daily could help control type 2 diabetes and prevent complications.

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.

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.

2009-01-01 21:27:06

Income uncertainty should not lead diabetics to wonder if they can afford diet and fitness, a U.S.

2008-11-12 18:00:21

New research demonstrates that lowering post-meal blood sugar spikes after meals is critical to avoiding serious health complications for people concerned about managing their blood sugar, especially those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

2008-11-06 15:00:28

In recognition of American Diabetes Month, observed annually in November, Xlear, Inc. is promoting the benefits of XyloSweet as a healthy alternative to sugar for people with diabetes or who are at risk for diabetes.

2008-10-13 09:00:09

By James Thalman Deseret News Nutrition scientists aren't ready to recommend coffee as a dietary supplement, but they say something in it is definitely beneficial to controlling the course and perhaps the onset of type 2 diabetes -- a mostly diet-based, self-induced metabolism disorder linked to dozens of serious illnesses.

2008-09-25 15:00:00

By Rory McClannahan Mountain View Telegraph When most people think of diabetes, they think of a dramatic change in diet. But that's not necessarily the case. A diagnosis of diabetes usually means a person needs to be more aware of their diet.