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What is Insulin Resistance?

Cells throughout the body, including muscle and fat cells, need the hormone insulin to turn glucose (a form of sugar) into energy. In healthy …

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Meet Your New Pal: the Pedometer

Regular activity, like walking, is one of the best ways to help control your blood sugar levels. Using a pedometer, or step counter—a small, …

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Fat Grams—How Much Fat Should You Eat Per Day?

Fat is an important part of your diet, but figuring out how much to eat can be confusing. Over the last 50 years, everyday diets have gone from …

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A New Approach to Eating

How many of us eat dinner in front of the nightly news, or lean over the newspaper while we sip our coffee at breakfast? How many of us walk, talk, …

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Low Carb vs. High Carb II—My Diabetes Diet Battle Continued

I’ve discovered a therapy that: Keeps my blood sugar in range ~75-95% of the time with a low risk of hypoglycemia; Uses ~30-65% less insulin; Cuts …

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Exercise for Diabetes Control

In case you haven’t heard: Exercise is really good for people with type 2 diabetes. It helps control blood sugar levels, increases energy levels, …

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Depression and Diabetes

Depression can strike anyone, but people who have diabetes appear to be at greater risk. In fact, studies suggest that people who have type 2 …

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Is Snacking Good or Bad for You?

There are mixed opinions about snacking. Some believe that it is healthy, while others think it can harm you and make you gain weight. Here is a …

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7 Tips to Get Into Ketosis

Ketosis is a normal metabolic process that provides several health benefits. During ketosis, your body converts fat into compounds known as ketones …

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11 Impressive Health Benefits of Salmon

Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. This popular fatty fish is loaded with nutrients and may reduce risk factors for several …

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