n a mouse study, led by Andrew P. Neilson of the Department of Food Science and Technology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, researchers discovered that a certain antioxidant in cocoa - the main ingredient in chocolate - prevented mice from gaining weight and lowered their blood sugar levels.
A recent study has shown that yogurt could be an efficient way of avoiding type 2 diabetes. Apparently only yogurt has this property while other dairy products don’t.
Seniors who receive a diagnosis of diabetes may feel they have to give up all the foods they love. That’s not entirely true. Sure, they may have to say no to ice cream and white bread, but you can help the senior you care for adapt by offering new choices that will satisfy his or her desire for sweets and starches while keeping blood sugar levels stable.
Veggie diet is better than medicines when it comes to treating Type 2 diabetes, says a new study.
(Medical Xpress)—A special type of fat found in some people could be used to manage type 2 diabetes.
Eat more fruit and vegetables, steer clear of fried foods, walk more, sit less and so on. Heard these messages a time or two? Although you know all too well that implementing one or more of these healthy behavior changes could help prevent or delay pre-diabetes or Type 2 diabetes, life’s challenges continue to get in the way of your best intentions time and time again.