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Fast Eaters Are Twice As Likely To Develop Type 2 Diabetes
People who wolf down their food are two times more likely to develop type 2
diabetes than those who chew their food slowly, a recent study has revealed.
Phthalates Found In Cosmetics, Make-Up And Perfume 'Increase Diabetes Risk'
The blood test results revealed that those with higher levels of phthalates in
their blood were twice as likely to develop diabetes than those with lower
levels of the plastic chemical in their blood.
Nuts Reduce Risk of Diabetes in Women
In this cohort of more than 86,000 women followed over 16 years, those who consumed an ounce of nuts at least five times weekly had a risk of developing type 2 DM that was 27% lower than those who rarely or never consumed nuts.
Skipping Breakfast Elevates Type 2 Diabetes Risk for Men
Those who regularly skipped breakfast had a 21 percent higher risk of developing
diabetes than those who did not.
Weight Depends On When You Eat As Much As What You Eat, Claims Research
Weight may depend as much on when you eat as what, research suggests. Late night
snacking can increase weight and diabetes risk rapidly.
Study Finds 62% Reduced Diabetes Risk In Those With High Vitamin C Levels
Those in the top 20% for vitamin C still showed an impressive 62% reduction in
New Study Is Wake-up Call for Diet Soda Drinkers
Researchers at the center followed 474 diet soda drinkers, 65 to 74 years of
age, for almost 10 years. They found that diet soda drinkers' waists grew 70
percent more than non-drinkers
Swapping Meat for Nuts to Lower Diabetes Risk
Eating just 50 grams a day of processed meat — one hot dog or sausage, for example, or a little more than two strips of bacon — increased the risk of type 2 diabetes by 51 percent.
Low vitamin D levels Linked to Diabetes Risk
After following more than 5,000 people for 5 years, the researchers found those with lower than average vitamin D levels had a 57 percent increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to people with levels in the recommended range.
The Global Diabetes Tsunami...
In developing countries, the looming costs in human lives, healthcare expenditure
and lost productivity threatens to undo recent economic gains
Salk Study: Eating for Eight Hours Reduces Obesity and Diabetes Risk
If you condense the total time you eat each day to only eight hours -- say 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. -- you can prevent weight gain and reduce diabetes risk,
without changing your total calorie consumption.