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More Fish May Lower Diabetes Risk

Salmon, herring, and sardines are among good sources of omega-3 fatty acids that may help to reduce the risk of Type-2 diabetes.

Type-2 diabetes is becoming increasingly widespread throughout the world. In that previous studies posit that overweight is a significant risk factor, diet and other lifestyle factors may have potential as interventive approaches to reduce a person’s risk of Type-2 diabetes. Jyrki K. Virtanen, from the University of Eastern Finland (Finland), and colleagues analyzed data collected in the Kuopio Ischaemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study (KIHD), determining the serum omega-3...

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Immune System Mystery for Type 1 Diabetes is Solved

Scientists have finally identified the molecule attacked by the immune system in those with Type 1 diabetes, solving a decades-old medical mystery.

Permanently Reverse Diabetes

A new study has shown that people who reverse their diabetes and then keep their weight down, with a low-calorie diet, remain free of diabetes.

Choose Carrots to Offset Diabetes Risk

Diets abundant in foods delivering alpha and beta-carotenes may lower type-2 diabetes risk, among healthy adults.

Less Sleep, More Weight?

Losing as little as 30 minutes of sleep per day on weekdays may be particularly problematic for type-2 diabetics.

Tree Nuts Reduce Heart Disease & Diabetes Risks

People who consume pistachios, cashews, almonds, pecans and walnuts may be less obese and have fewer risk factors for heart disease and diabetes.

Olive Oil May Protect Against Diabetes

Consuming a Mediterranean diet that is rich in extra virgin olive oil may be an effective way to protect people at high-risk for heart disease against diabetes.

Tip of the Day

135. Soy You Know

An increased consumption of legumes, such as peanuts and soybeans, has been shown to markedly reduce the risk of type-2 diabetes. A joint Vanderbilt University (Tennessee, USA) / Shanghai Cancer Institute (China) study followed 64,227 Chinese women for nearly five years. In those study subjects with a high intake of a variety of legumes, the researchers found that diabetes risk was reduced by 38%. In particular, a high intake of soybeans was associated with a 47% risk reduction.
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