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Low Fat Diets And Insulin Problems

Low Fat Diets And Insulin Problems

Monday, January 11, 2010 12:32

Low fat diets are bad for your health. If low fat diets really worked then there would be millions of slimmer, happier people around. The media and food industry have given fat such a bad name that people are terrified to eat it, thinking they will put ...

Caffeine Cholesterol Connection

Caffeine Cholesterol Connection

Friday, January 8, 2010 12:30

Investigators have conducted numerous studies on the relationship between coffee, cholesterol and heart disease. Results have been inconclusive, however. Some of these studies show that when it comes to coffee and cholesterol, much depends on how the coffee is prepared . Boiled coffee, like the kind drunk ...

Apple As A Cholesterol Cure

Apple As A Cholesterol Cure

Friday, January 8, 2010 12:16

Perhaps the simplest way to take advantage of apples’ power to cure blood cholesterol is to eat the raw fruit itself, say experts . “A fresh apple is a great snack food,” says Evelyn Tribole, R.D., a dietitian in Beverly Hills, California, and author of Healthy Home ...

Low Fat Cure Diabetes Disease

Low Fat Cure Diabetes Disease

Thursday, January 7, 2010 14:32

A low fat diet can also he an important tool in preventing or cure  diabetes disease, a metabolic disorder that affects over 13 million Americans. In people with diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin, a hormone that’s needed to control blood sugar levels in your body and ...

Herbs And Vitamins That Cure Diabetes Disease

Herbs And Vitamins That Cure Diabetes Disease

Saturday, December 26, 2009 12:14

Vitamins, Minerals, and Supplements Vitamins C and E. Diabetics given vitamin C, one gram per day for three months, had an 18 percent reduction in HbA1c; high HbA1c is an indicator of poor long term blood sugar control. Elderly diabetics significantly improve glucose control after ...

Diabetes Alternative Therapies

Diabetes Alternative Therapies

Sunday, December 20, 2009 12:47

Diabetes mellitus Type I, also called insulin dependent diabetes, is a metabolic disease in which the body does not produce enough insulin. The condition,  which used to be called juvenile diabetes, generally begins before the age of 30. With diabetes mephitus Type II, also called non insulin ...

Are You At Risk Of Heart Disease If Your Cholesterol Level Is Normal?

Are You At Risk Of Heart Disease If Your Cholesterol Level Is Normal?

Monday, December 7, 2009 15:10

You may have had your level of blood cholesterol measured as less than 200 mg/dl, the top of the range deemed desirable by the Adult Treatment Panel of the National Institutes of Health. If so, your risk of coronary heart disease will depend on the presence of ...