The study found that the diabetics who ate at least 28 grams serving of nuts a week were 17 percent less likely to develop heart disease that the people with diabetes who had no more than one serving of nuts weekly
New York: Repurposing a common diabetes drug, as well as another used for treating a group of inherited and acquired disorders, may also help in the fight against resistant breast cancers that currently have no targeted therapy, finds a study. The study, led by the University of Chicago, showed that[Read More…]
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The causes of type 2 diabetes are not fully known but obesity or being overweight is the contributing factor and can increase the risk of diabetes.
Diabetes is chronic disease that affects the way your body regulates blood sugar or glucose. There are two main types of diabetes, which are called type 1 and type 2. People with type 1 diabetes don’t produce insulin whereas people with type 2 diabetes don’t respond to insulin and later[Read More…]
New York, Want to restore the level of antioxidants — key to ward off heart disease and Type-2 diabetes — that you lost due to high consumption of fat rich-food in the holiday season? Eating five to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables as well as nuts, seeds, and legumes[Read More…]
Toronto: Eating dried fruits such as dates, apricots, raisins and sultanas may not spike blood sugar compared to starchy foods such as white bread, suggests a study. “People often worry about sources of sugar, and fruits are one of them. But most fruits, in particular tender fruit, have a low[Read More…]
New York: Regular consumption of alcohol may lead to long-term weight loss in people with diabetes, say researchers. The study, led by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, showed that losing weight can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Obesity is known as one of the leading risk[Read More…]
London: People with diabetes are more at risk of deaths from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide, than non-diabetics, a study has found. The increased risk of death from these causes may be related to the mental health of patients, which may be adversely affected by the psychological burden of living[Read More…]
By Dr C.M. Batra According to the International Diabetes Federation’s ‘Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease report, in 2015, approximately five million were estimated to have died from diabetes, the majority of these as a result of cardiovascular complications. The report adds that populous countries have the largest absolute number of people[Read More…]
London: Losing weight can lead to an early and sustained improvement in the functioning of pancreatic beta cells, which can help individuals with Type-2 diabetes to achieve remission, a study has found. The findings suggest that weight loss normalizes fat metabolism in all individuals with Type-2 diabetes, but the more rapid[Read More…]
Over 60 per cent of urban Indian women do not follow a regular exercise regime, putting them at increased risk of diabetes, show results of a new survey. Released on the occasion of World Diabetes Day on Tuesday, the survey conducted by diabetes care company Novo Nordisk India also showed[Read More…]
Mehar Rajput, Nutritionist at FITPASS and Sonia Narang, Nutritionist and Wellness Expert at Oriflame India, list down the fruits and their hidden benefits which a person suffering from diabetes should eat. * Pomegranates contain the richest combination of antioxidants thereby, protecting you from free-radicals and chronic diseases. They play an[Read More…]
Women with a history of infertility have a 10 per cent increased risk of dying due to breast cancer and diabetes compared to women without fertility issues, finds a new study. The findings showed that while women with infertility were 44 per cent more likely to die of breast cancer,[Read More…]
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed concerns over children diagnosed with lifestyle diseases like diabetes and urged families to maintain a healthy lifestyle by doing regular physical activities and yoga. “Diseases that would earlier occur in old age only are now catching up with children. I get shocked[Read More…]
Jail authorities on Saturday called a team of doctors, including a psychiatrist to conduct a health check-up after Gurmeet Ram Rahim was not feeling well. Apart from diabetes, the imprisoned Dera Sacha Sauda chief has also reported feeling uneasy and restless to doctors who examined him. Singh was lodged in[Read More…]