diabetes

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01 Mar 2019
--- A plant-based diet can improve the secretion of insulin and incretin hormones in those with Type 2 diabetes, according to new research published in Nutrients. The findings underline possible health benefits of following a... Read More
25 Feb 2019
--- Non-caloric sweeteners have a negligible effect on the gut microbiome and are not significantly linked to cancer and diabetes risk, as long as their consumption is in line with the ADI (Acceptable Daily Intake) recommended... Read More
07 Feb 2019
--- Analysis of combined data from several Japanese genetic studies has discovered 28 new genomic regions related to Type 2 diabetes, some of which are not found in other ethnicities. The study analyzed data from over 36,000... Read More
11 Dec 2018
--- The standard bariatric surgery clinical scoring system (DiaRem) has been updated by researchers so that it can extend the prediction time for diabetic remission following surgery from one to five years. Led by researchers at... Read More
04 Dec 2018
--- The National Health Service of England (NHS) is set to double the size of its Diabetes Prevention program and has unveiled a pilot Type 2 diabetes remission plot, motivated by a study endorsed by Diabetes UK. The study... Read More
23 Nov 2018
--- The growing prevalence of Type 2 diabetes around the globe will lead to insulin shortages, a Lancet study has warned. Driven by unhealthy diets, lifestyles and obesity, rates of Type 2 diabetes are on the rise,... Read More
22 Nov 2018
--- Medtronic, a provider of medical technology, is to acquire Nutrino Health, a provider of nutrition-related data services, analytics and technologies. The announcement comes at a time when the industry is taking note of the... Read More
14 Nov 2018
--- Four in five parents have trouble recognizing the warning signs of diabetes, according to research by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). To mark this year’s World Diabetes Day, IDF is seeking to raise... Read More
09 Nov 2018
--- A flash glucose monitoring device made available on prescription across the UK last November is still not available to everyone who may need it, claims a study published in BMJ. According to the study’s findings, about... Read More
29 Oct 2018
--- The gut microbiota has the ability to affect how cells respond to insulin, and can thus contribute to Type 2 diabetes, according to a study published in the journal Cell. According to the study authors, the findings show how... Read More
25 Oct 2018
--- Researchers at the Amsterdam UMC have come up with a novel method to ensure that diabetes Type 2 patients can avoid needing to undergo insulin therapy. Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by an inability of the... Read More
12 Oct 2018
--- Planned intermittent fasting may help to reverse Type 2 diabetes, suggest doctors writing in the journal BMJ Case Reports. Their suggestion comes after three patients in their care were able to cut out the need for insulin... Read More
11 Oct 2018
--- An amino acid, alanine, may produce a short-term lowering of glucose levels by altering energy metabolism in the cell, scientists at Joslin Diabetes Center have found. Type 2 diabetes is driven by many metabolic pathways,... Read More
10 Oct 2018
--- The use of EVNol SupraBio bioenhanced full spectrum palm tocotrienol complex among diabetic nephropathy patients significantly reduced serum creatinine levels, potentially averting the progression of renal impairment. This... Read More
01 Oct 2018
--- Simple supplementation of vitamin B complex may protect against the development and progression of kidney disease in children with Type 1 diabetes, according to research presented at the 57th Annual European Society for... Read More
05 Sep 2018
--- Wholegrains – from rye and oats to wheat – can prevent Type 2 diabetes, particularly when consumption levels are high, according to Danish researchers. Previous studies have flagged wholegrain’s potential... Read More
05 Sep 2018
--- More than one in four adults globally – amounting to 1.4 billion people – are physically not active enough, with inactivity levels reaching one in three adults in some countries, new data published in The Lancet... Read More
29 Aug 2018
--- “It’s not what one eats that causes obesity, but what one’s body does with what is eaten,” says Edward Archers, Ph.D., Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist. Over the past 50 years researchers,... Read More
24 Aug 2018
--- The number of people in the UK suffering heart attacks and strokes as a result of their diabetes will rise by 29 percent by 2035, according to new analysis by the British Heart Foundation. This rise is likely to put an... Read More
20 Aug 2018
--- Consuming milk with breakfast cereal helps reduce postprandial blood glucose concentration compared with water, while a high dairy protein concentration also reduces postprandial blood glucose concentration compared with... Read More
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