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Colberg offer a program that they say can stop and even reverse the relentless progression of that disease. Breakthrough is a word too often used in medical diet books, and this one's promise of better health in just 12 weeks sounds extraordinarily
A study of 181 children with obesity aged eight to 17 years old showed that up to a third could be classified as "metabolically healthy," meaning they're not imminently at risk of developing insulin resistancea precursor to Type 2 diabeteshigh blood
Research Institute have discovered a cellular pathway that is responsible for keeping blood sugar levels low in obese or pre-diabetic people, and may prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes. Following a meal, beta cells found in islets of the pancreas
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Story Stock photo Video Thinkstock Video It's estimated only half of North Americans achieve daily targets for magnesium: 310-320 milligrams for women and 400-420 mg for men. (In the current study, a daily magnesium intake of less than 260 mg was
MailTribune.com It can be lonely being a kid with Type 1 insulin-dependent diabetes. You feel different than other kids, says 16-year-old Hailey Ordal of Phoenix...The sprightly Hailey, who loves playing piano and taking her Corgi to dog shows,
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9 February 2014 0 View comments The number of British adults with diabetes has risen to more than 3.2million up by a million in just seven years. New figures show 163,000 people were diagnosed with the condition last year, the biggest total in a