Adding walnuts to your daily diet may help boost metabolism
Consuming walnuts may help reduce the potential prevalence rate of diabetes by improving metabolic syndrome risk factors.
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Breakfast club: A glass of milk a day keeps diabetes away
Drinking milk for breakfast can lower blood sugar levels.
Sweet and spicy: Delicious recipes for diabetes patients
Let diabetes not stop you from indulging in foods that you love.
Eat walnuts to ward off diabetes risk
New York, June 28 (IANS) Consuming walnuts -- rich in antioxidants -- may nearly halve the risk of developing Type-2 diabetes compared to those who do not eat nuts, finds a study representing more than 34,000 adults.
Walnuts a boon; can lower risk of depression, improve concentration
Depression scores were 26 per cent lower for walnut consumers.
Loss of vision, kidney failure and stroke: Diabetes can have serious complications
Type 2 diabetes can also affect large blood vessels, causing nerve damage, heart attack, or vessel blockage in legs.
How insulin therapy is proving to be a boon for type-1 diabetics
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Fasting this Ramadan? Dos and don'ts for diabetics
With a little preparation to manage your blood sugar levels, you can consider fasting.
An egg a day keeps heart diseases away!
A recent study said that daily egg eaters had lower risk of dying from cardiovascular diseases.
Hit the gym: Regular exercise can cut risk of diabetes, stroke, cancer
People who engage in physical activity are twice as likely to be healthy 10 years later.
Attention, men! Diabetes may increase the risk of erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is common in men suffering from type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Key diabetes, anti-cancer drugs among 92 in price-ceiling list
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