Are you pre-diabetic? Chances are your blood sugar levels will return to normal
Regular exercise routine, and cutting carbs and processed foods can reverse the condition.
Avoid filling up on carbs, high blood sugar may raise pancreatic cancer risk
Diabetes is an important risk factor for pancreatic cancer.
Diabetes increases risk of heart failure - and it affects women more than men
Diabetic women experience a range of challenges.
Obesity, high BMI may show up as diabetes symptoms, 20 yrs before detection
Vast majority of people with type 2 diabetes go through the stage of prediabetes.
Better late than never: Why you need to start exercising today, for a minimum of 20 mins
Exercise results in better BP and blood sugar control, favourably affects the lipids, improves bone density and lowers the risk of a host of diseases.
Bask in the sun! Lack of Vitamin D may up diabetes risk by 5 times
The current recommended average daily amount of Vitamin D is 600 IU.
Don’t miss the diabetes warning bell! The numbers, symptoms to watch out for
Prediabetes is a wake-up call, which, taken seriously, can prevent or put off diabetes.
Here's why prediabetic men should avoid eating carbs in the evening
The internal clock influences how people with impaired glucose metabolism react to foods rich in carbohydrate, fats and protein.
313 million women may be diabetic by 2040: These preventive practices can help
Young girls, who are physically active and nutritionally aware, will not only improve their long-term health outcomes, but will also ensure the well-being of their family.
Are you addicted to sugary drinks? Beware, it may cause prediabetes
Prediabetes is a condition in which blood sugar is high, but not high enough to be Type 2 diabetes.
Potential biomarker for pre-diabetes discovered
Researchers have identified a biomarker in pre-diabetic individuals that could help prevent them from developing Type 2 diabetes.
Diet-plan based on your blood sugar will help you lose six to seven-folds of weight
Research shows that weight loss strategies should be customised based on an individual's biomarkers.
Marijuana use may up pre-diabetes risk
Marijuana users are more likely to have pre-diabetes - the state of poor blood sugar control that can progress to type 2 diabetes.
Lifespan's Ashok Jain, a diabetic for 22 yrs, says healthy lifestyle can fix the disease
Ashok Jain began diabetes management clinics across India to help other diabetics lead a healthier and longer life.
Do you eat rice first followed by veggies and meat? It may cause high blood sugar levels
Long-term shifts towards a more plant-centered diet could help prevent diabetes.
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