Diabetes & Metabolic
Is whole wheat bread more healthful than white bread?
The vast majority of shoppers — including those with a high "health IQ" — think so. And that’s just what food marketers want you to believe. But the truth may knock you for a loop.
Vitamin D has in studies found to be associated with a reduced risk of a range of conditions including several forms of cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis and ‘auto-immune’ diseases such as Type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Zinc is a mineral that regulates carbohydrate metabolism and blood sugar. It’s essential to human and animal growth and development, especially in the reproductive organs.
The mainstream is finally ready to admit you can beat diabetes without meds -- too bad they're still on the wrong track!
“What’s the fastest, easiest thing I can do to improve my health?” a reader asked me recently.
Since I’d been pondering this for some time, I didn’t hesitate to answer: “Get a handle on the ‘deadly three S’s’ and you’ll see an almost immediate improvement.”
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a warning about a very popular diabetes drug by the name of Actos.
A study following nearly 35,000 Swedish women for a period of 10 years provides evidence that one to two cups of coffee a day can lower the incidence of deadly stroke by nearly 25%.
The mainstream will tell you the only way to prevent diabetes is to cut down on fat -- which only proves they haven't been paying attention.
Are you planning to throw a couple of steaks on the grill?
Don’t feel guilty if you are. Meat is one of the best sources of your most important nutrients.