Type 2 diabetes is also called adult-onset or non-insulin dependent diabetes. This means the pancreas does not produce enough insulin. Or, the body doesn’t properly use the insulin it does make. Doctors call it insul... Read More
Yesterday, when reading through my local health news magazine, I came across an interesting research study about a certain hot spice called capsaicin. And as a nutritional therapist, I am always excited when science proves that food can be used as ... Read More
I don’t know about you, but nearly every day as I’m checking out the latest health news, I see countless articles about the benefits of apple cider vinegar. So much so that it appears to be nature’s magic potion. But, is this true?
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As I’m sure you’re aware, diabetes is a steadily growing epidemic in the United States. Especially for people like me—the middle-aged male population. Your doctor has probably told you that the best way to curb your chances of developing diabet... Read More
If you are diabetic, or have a loved one with diabetes, then you know how critical it is to monitor the body’s blood sugar level. When the level dips too low, there is a risk for insulin shock, also referred to as diabetic shock. At this stage, the... Read More
It is no secret that diabetes is a major health problem in the U.S. In fact, about 10% of the population has diabetes. That being said, prediabetes is just as bad of an issue, and it affects another 20% of Americans. Over 100 million Americans suffer... Read More
If you thought global warming was simply a myth or only affected the environment, you might be surprised to discover that a study has found it can also affect our health. Specifically, the effects of a warming earth have been linked to an increase in... Read More
It’s no secret that type 2 diabetes is the result of insulin resistance, or that it is a major health epidemic in America and throughout the world. But new research is showing that there might be a previously unrecognized culprit: toxic fat.
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