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Saturated Fat Helps Avoid Diabetes

10 Aug 2015 | 39,868 Views

A shift in diet away from traditional full-fat foods - including butter - may be responsible for the rising rates of type 2 diabetes in the US. While public health agencies continue to recommend health-damaging whole grains, the real protection appears to come from healthy fats, including saturated fats.

New Studies Confirm Soda-Diabetes Link

05 Aug 2015 | 211,070 Views

Your liver can only respond to this burst of badness by turning massive amounts of it into flab, most of which is stored. And it plays a MAJOR role in the development of diabetes... even without weight as a factor. Ditch this health bomb and watch your health improve.

The Major Role Soybean Oil Plays in Obesity and Diabetes

05 Aug 2015 | 46,403 Views

Soybean oil has been linked once again to multiple chronic diseases… and this time research shows it's not only partially hydrogenated soy (i.e. trans fats) that is the problem. Even "regular" soybean oil is a health disaster.

Diabetes Disaster

22 Jul 2015 | 65,644 Views

Diabetes rates are skyrocketing in the US and worldwide, increasing rates of related disability and complications, including brain damage. Meanwhile, a simple dietary swap can lower your risk up to 25 percent.

More Evidence That a High-Fiber Diet Can Curb Type 2 Diabetes

08 Jun 2015 | 59,283 Views

Eating the right types of fiber, and plenty of it, may lower your risk of type 2 diabetes. Along with helping you lose weight, fiber may offer additional methods by which it protects against this increasingly prevalent disease.

Can Magnesium Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes?

30 Mar 2015 | 153,030 Views

If you have type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, or want to prevent them, there's something you should know about magnesium.

Vitamin D Can Save You from Diabetes and Dementia

09 Mar 2015 | 130,375 Views

One of the simplest health steps is also one of the most profound: optimize your vitamin D levels to lower your risk of diabetes and related dementia.

Overtreatment of Diabetes Now Causing Environmental Destruction

04 Mar 2015 | 56,254 Views

More than 60 million prescriptions for this drug were dispensed in the US in 2013, and now it's being detected in this body of water at up to 40 parts per billion. It's harming fish and threatening the health of those who use this water for drinking and bathing.

Processed Fructose Is the Number One Driver of Obesity and Diabetes

18 Feb 2015 | 328,749 Views

It damages your liver and causes mitochondrial and metabolic dysfunction in the same way as ethanol and other toxins. And it's more readily metabolized into flab than anything else you can put into your mouth, while also doubling your death risk. Ignore at your own risk...

Carb-Loaded: A Culture Dying to Eat

07 Feb 2015 | 318,950 Views

Many doctors operate from an older flawed understanding of this mechanism that directs your body to store extra sugars as flab. But make this mistake, and you in essence tell your body to store even more, and soon you're bigger than ever. Do this instead…


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