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Blood glucose is directly related to diabetes; it is also linked to a host of other health problems. Learn how to maintain stable blood glucose and insulin levels for better health.Read More..
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|Stabilising your blood glucose13|
Blood glucose is directly related to diabetes; it is also linked to a host of other health problems. Learn how to maintain stable blood glucose and insulin levels for better health.
|Seven Rules to Help Fight Diabetes10|
Eat balanced meals, trim the fat, learn to relax- These are some of the rules to help you in your fight against diabetes.
|Herbal Help for Diabetes3|
Alternative medicine is another way of treating type 2 diabetes.
|Seven Secrets of Magic Eating2|
The key to stabilising your blood-glucose levels is to eat more of what we have dubbed 'magic foods'
|Why Low-Carb Diets Aren't the Answer2|
Over the long haul, very low carb diets simply aren’t good for you
|Diabetes: a Continental Menu2|
Type 2 diabetes sufferers could cut their reliance on medication by following a nutrient-rich Mediterranean diet
|2010 Medical Breakthroughs2|
These are exciting times, with scientists making giant leaps in many areas including cancer prevention and treatment, AIDS, surgery, mental health and heart disease. Reader's Digest reviews the latest medical findings.
|Living well with type 2 diabetes2|
The good news is that living well is the best revenge on diabetes. Basically that means being active and eating fresh food.
|It's Time to Get Moving!1|
For people with diabetes, exercise does much more than aid weight loss.
|The 10 Per Cent Solution1|
Studies have shown that by losing just 10 per cent of your body weight, you will significantly reduce your blood glucose level.
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