Toothpaste could give you type 2 diabetes
25 days ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of Texas have discovered that crystallised particles of titanium dioxide, a commonly used white colouring, may lead to type 2 diabetes.
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Yum! These Are Halle Berry's Favorite Snacks to Eat on the Keto Diet
25 days ago - By PopSugar
In an interview on Live With Kelly and Ryan , Halle Berry revealed that she uses the ketogenic diet to help manage her type 2 diabetes. Since then, Halle has begun to share more about her keto diet experience, her current workout routine , and simple health and wellness tips on her "Fitness Friday" series on Instagram.
Since people are always asking Halle what she eats on the keto diet , she decided to share two of her go-to snacks. Regardless of what diet you're currently following, these are two great options if you're in need of snack ideas.
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For type 2 diabetes, intermittent vs. continuous energy restriction yields similar glycemic improvements
25 days ago - By Healio
Peter M. Clifton
Adults with type 2 diabetes and obesity randomly assigned to an intermittent fasting intervention or continuous energy restriction experienced similar decreases in HbA1c over 12 months, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open.
“The results demonstrated that a 2-day intermittent energy restriction diet is comparable to a continuous energy restriction diet for improvements in glycemic control, confirming our pilot data,” Peter M. Clifton, MD, PhD, of the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences at the University of South Australia, and colleagues wrote.
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