July 6th 2016 /
Preparing your meals from scratch at home will reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. You’re 15 per cent less likely to develop the disease than someone who orders takeaways or eats fast food most evenings.
June 8th 2016 /
So much disease seems to start in the gut—and eating walnuts every day helps to keep it healthy. The ‘super nut’ could even keep colon cancer at bay, a new study has suggested.
May 3rd 2016 /
Eating a little dark chocolate every day reduces your insulin resistance, which means you’re less likely to develop diabetes and heart disease.
May 2016 (Vol. 1 Issue 3) /
Diabetics are told their pancreas has packed up from excess weight or insulin resistance, but with his long experience, Dr Patrick Kingsley has found another culprit
March 29th 2016 /
The omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids—typically found in vegetable oils, nuts and seeds—significantly reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes, the lifestyle disease that is caused by a poor diet and lack of exercise.
March 23rd 2016 /
Type 2 diabetes isn’t a life-sentence. It’s a disease that can be reversed, and you can be free of it for the rest of your life if you keep your weight down, new research has found.
February 29th 2016 /
A new drug for treating type 2 diabetes makes the condition worse, researchers have discovered. Liraglutide, marketed as Victoza, makes the body produce even less insulin if it is taken for 35 weeks or longer.
February 10th 2016 /
Eating some barley bread with every meal each day is a great way to lower your blood sugar levels and reduce your risk of diabetes, a new study has concluded.
February 2016 (Vol. 26 Issue 11) /
Evidence increasingly shows that bad teeth and gums may be a major cause of a raft of diseases—from heart disease and diabetes to cancer.