Experts from the University of Stirling in the U.K. have made a breakthrough in understanding how people respond to lifestyle changes for preventing
When you sit down to grab a snack or eat your meal, knowing the number of carbs in the food you eat goes a long way to help you manage your weight
New research presented at the annual Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego last weekend looked at the influence of sugar and artificial
As the rate of diabetes increases so has the awareness that sugar is usually the culprit. Artificial sweeteners have therefore made it to the
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People who have lost a lot of weight and kept it off tend to be breakfast eaters, and breakfast eating is associated with lower body mass index
There’s been a buzz in the diet-world about the Paleo diet and many want to know if the diet is good for people with diabetes or not. New
If you’re managing type 1 diabetes or have a loved one affected by the condition, you know that glycemic control can be a huge challenge. At times,
People with diabetes know that getting sick can potentially mean a lot more for them than for others. That’s why it’s important to think about a
Going out to eat is fraught with challenges for people who need to watch their blood sugar. There’s the giant portion size issue, the unknown
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