Browsing articles in "Preventing Diabetes"

Hit the Gym to Prevent Diabetes

Aerobic exercise has always been recommended at the best type of exercise to prevent and manage a multitude of diseases but a recent study revealed that weight training can significantly lower the risk of type 2 diabetes. Combining both weight training and aerobic exercise even more benefit. “We found that in the group that did… [Read the Rest]

Type 1 Diabetes Possibly Linked To Toxins and Viruses

MINI-EPIDEMICS of type 1 diabetes appear to be occurring among Australian children every five years, a landmark study that points to an environmental cause of the autoimmune disease shows. The study found that type 1 diabetes, a condition that occurs ….

Insulin Resistance and White Blood Cells

Normally, white blood cells, or, as they are known in the scientific world, neutrophils, work in your favor when it comes to fighting bacteria and infections. However, as recent research from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine discovered, these same white blood cells may play a role in causing insulin resistance. Insulin… [Read the Rest]

Know The Warning Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes affects over 25.8 million people in the United States today. That number is predicted to grow to over 170 million by the year 2020. Type 2 diabetes is growing at an epidemic pace. Amazingly, about one-third of the people who have Type 2 diabetes today don’t even know that they have it…. [Read the Rest]

Prevent Type 2 Diabetes In Three Minutes A Week

Do you have three minutes this week and every week to prevent Type 2 diabetes? You could with just two 20-second cycle sprints three times a week. Exciting new research from the University of Bath in the UK showed that volunteers who did just that had a 28% improvement in their insulin function.

Triglycerides and Diabetes

As more research is being done in the area of triglycerides, the relationship between triglycerides and diabetes is becoming better understood. Historically, triglycerides have been put on the media back burner compared to the massive amounts of daily news about cholesterol and diabetes. However, that is now changing as more Americans than ever before are… [Read the Rest]