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Global study links poor diet to majority of new diabetes cases

In a recent study by Tufts University's Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, researchers have found that a poor diet is a major...

Eating smart to balance blood sugar: A guide for everyone

Maintaining balanced blood sugar levels is a critical aspect of good health, impacting energy, mood, and overall well-being. It's especially crucial for people with diabetes,...

Keto diet can be a path to managing type 2 diabetes

In recent years, the ketogenic, or "keto," diet has surged in popularity, acclaimed not only for its potential to promote weight loss but also...

Scientists find key protein for heart health in type 2 diabetes

A new study has found the role of a protein called sclerostin in preventing heart-related diseases in people with type 2 diabetes. This study was...

In these people, drinking milk can lower diabetes risk

A notable study involving multiple U.S. and Chinese medical researchers has led to an interesting discovery: a specific gene variant may reduce the risk...

Whole grains are key to managing waist size, blood pressure, and blood sugar

A recent study from Tufts University has brought to light the significant health benefits of consuming whole grains, especially for middle-aged and older adults. The...

Poor nutrition linked to poor mental health and higher diabetes risk

People with diabetes are 2-3 times more likely to have depression than people without, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Current treatment includes...

Plant-based diet: a key to weight loss and better insulin resistance

A study conducted by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has revealed significant benefits of a plant-based diet for overweight individuals, particularly in aiding...

Nutrients play big roles in diabetes and mental health

Recent research by Mason researchers, including assistant professor Raedeh Basiri, highlights the significant link between nutrition, diabetes, and mental health. This emerging area of study...

Food-as-medicine program does not help manage type 2 diabetes, study finds

A recent study led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, explored the effectiveness of an intensive food-as-medicine program in...