Walnut Consumption May Reduce Diabetes Risk

Walnut Consumption May Reduce Diabetes Risk (Source) Walnut consumption just two or three times a week can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by almost a quarter, according to new research. A study of nearly 140,000 women in the U.S. showed that regular helpings of a...

Eat More Vegetables

Health-e-Tips to Eat More Vegetables (Source) We all know we should eat more vegetables, but the latest research shows that most American adults still fall short in meeting the recommended 2 1/2 to 3 cups per day (roughly 4 to 6 servings). In fact, only 10% of people...

High-Carbohydrate Intake After Birth Has Long-standing Effects

High-Carbohydrate Intake After Birth Has Long-standing Effects (Source) In an animal study, high-carbohydrate intake after birth led to detrimental long-term effects. Rats fed a high-carbohydrate intake after birth programmed their hypothalamus to overeat. The newborn...

Nutrition Information Added to Roman Diet Recipes

Nutrition Information Added to Roman Diet Recipes We added nutrition information for each recipe in our Ultimate and Liquid Assets recipe e-books from the Nutritiondata.self.com food table database. The information in Nutrition Data’s database comes from the...

Eat More Nuts, Fiber in Adolescence, Avoid Breast Cancer Later

Eat More Nuts, Fiber in Adolescence, Avoid Breast Cancer Later (Source) Teenage girls who eat more nuts, fiber may reduce their risk of breast cancer as adults, according to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical...

Consider Nutritional Yeast Individually

Consider Nutritional Yeast Individually (Source) Consider Nutritional Yeast Individually – Is nutritional yeast good or bad? Since the publishing of the “Yeast Connection”, yeast has caught a bad wrap. Many people stayed clear of anything that said yeast on the...

PCOS Glucose Control Double Jeopardy

(Source) Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a condition affecting about 10 percent of women and characterized by excess male hormone and increased risk of diabetes and heart disease, appears to cause a sort of double jeopardy for those struggling the hardest to...

Higher GI Foods May Cause Type 1 Diabetes Progression

Higher GI Foods May Cause Type 1 Diabetes Progression (Source) Abstract CONTEXT: Dietary factors may trigger or exacerbate the autoimmune disease process. OBJECTIVE: Our objective was to examine dietary glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) for association with...

Leafy Greens Influence Gene Expression

Leafy Greens Influence Gene Expression (Source) Leafy greens and crucifers help express digestive genes that boost our innate immune response … Our innate immune system is truly amazing in its complexity and ability to continually adapt to an ever changing environment...

High-Glycemic Diet May Cause Fatty Liver

High-Glycemic Diet May Cause Fatty Liver (Source) Diets rich in rapidly-digested carbohydrates not only expand waistlines, but may also cause fatty liver, a condition that can lead to liver failure and death, finds a new study in mice. The findings suggest that fatty...

Obesity Makes Fat Cells Act Infected

(Source) The inflammation of fat tissue is part of a spiraling series of events that leads to the development of type 2 diabetes in some obese people. But researchers have not understood what triggers the inflammation, or why. In Cell Metabolism, scientists from The...

Gluten Intolerance Drives Neurological, Autoimmune, Digestion

Gluten Intolerance Drives Neurological, Autoimmune, Digestion (Source) You probably have heard the grumbling from some people, saying how could gluten intolerance be real? We’ve eaten wheat since biblical times; this is all in people’s heads. You see whole...

7 Reasons Cheat Meals Fail

7 Reasons Cheat Meals Fail (Source) Cheat Meals Fail. If you are a foodie, then you only have two choices. 1) Try to learn to eat in moderation again. Give willpower another shot and allow yourself to have cheat meals every now and then. 2) Never eat these foods...

Important Reason Diets Fail

Important Reason Diets Fail (Source) Important Reason Diets Fail. “I just can’t lose weight even though I diet.” You’ve probably heard that from at least one person in your life, and if you tend toward cynicism, you probably wondered if that...

Glucose Meter Holds Final Authority

Glucose Meter Holds Final Authority Glucose Meter Holds Final Authority. No matter what anyone tells you about the healthfulness of a food, the question to ask is, “Is it healthy for you?” Since we are each unique individuals in many ways, with a unique set of...

Islet Transplant May Slow Atherosclerosis

Islet Transplant May Slow Atherosclerosis (Source) Islet Transplant May Slow Atherosclerosis. Minimally invasive islet transplantation for patients with type 1 diabetes achieves insulin independence and reverses the progression of atherosclerosis in the first few...

Key Things Diabetes Health Teams May Omit

Key Things Diabetes Health Teams May Omit (Source) Key Things Diabetes Health Teams May Omit – Why was I not told that before? It’s a question many of us with diabetes have asked ourselves at some point.  The amount of information about diabetes we’re given can...

Low-Glycemic Load Diet Provides Metabolic Benefits

(Source) Low-Glycemic Load Diet Provides Metabolic Benefits – Reducing refined carbohydrates may help maintain weight loss better than reducing fat. A study published in the Journal of American Medical Association challenges the notion that “a calorie is a...

Questioning Diabetes Carbohydrate Restriction

Questioning Diabetes Carbohydrate Restriction (Source) Questioning Diabetes Carbohydrate Restriction – Patients with type 2 diabetes are usually advised to keep a low-fat diet. Now, a study shows that food with a lot of fat and few carbohydrates could have a...

Vegetable Carbohydrates Cooked Uncooked

Vegetable Carbohydrates Cooked Uncooked (Source) Vegetable Carbohydrates Cooked Uncooked – Carbs (carbohydrates) in vegetables can definitely be affected by cooking. They are not affected as quickly or as extensively as phytonutrients like flavonoids or...

10 Critical Healthier Body Upgrades

10 Critical Healthier Body Upgrades 10 Critical Healthier Body Upgrades – It is often difficult for people to completely drop old health compromising habits and pick up completely new ones, even if it is a better choice for their health. Due to that fact,...

Favorable Ketogenic Diet Arguments

Favorable Ketogenic Diet Arguments Health-e-Solutions comment: This lengthy article, Favorable Ketogenic Diet Arguments, gives much information about the health benefits and safety of ketogenic diets. The authors conclude that they are a safe, effective way of losing...

Thriving in Toxic Diabetes Food Environment

Thriving in Toxic Diabetes Food Environment Thriving in Toxic Diabetes Food Environment – We live in a food environment that is toxic for diabetes and obesity. Relentlessly and constantly it encourages bad choices in just about every imaginable lifestyle area....

Low-Carb High Fat Diet Holds Positive Diabetes Effects

Low-Carb High Fat Diet Holds Positive Diabetes Effects (Source) Low-Carb High Fat Diet Holds Positive Diabetes Effects – Coconut oil contains the highest amounts of saturated fats among dietary oils. A study was published in 2011 in Current Diabetes Report by...