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Wine, Grapes, and Chocolate May Lower Risk of Diabetes

Foods rich in anthocyanins may help diabetics deal with their disease better.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids from Fish May Lower Type-2 Diabetes Risk

Having at least two fish meals per week may help fight against the rising trend of diabetes.

Young Female Diabetics May Be More Predisposed to Heart Problems

Premenopausal women with type 2 diabetes need to be more careful about their lifestyle in order to lower the risk of heart disease.

Taking Cinnamon Supplements May Benefit Diabetics

Researchers reveal that taking cinnamon supplements daily may lower blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes patients.

Eating Whole Fruits May Be Better than Juicing Them, Says Study.

Experts recommend eating whole fruits such as as apples, grapes, and blueberries for healthier sugar levels.

Too Much Sugar May Cause Health Complications, Says Study

Research shows that a high-sugar diet may affect you more than you think.

Mediterranean and Low-Carb Diets May Lower Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Starting eating healthier by trying out a diet that does away with unhealthy carbs!

More and More Kids Are Being Diagnosed with High Blood Pressure and Type 2 Diabetes

Children become more prone to chronic conditions as they become increasingly obese.

Artificial Sweeteners May Not Be as Healthy as You Think

Your sugar substitutes may be doing more damage than you realize.

Increased Physical Activity May Shed Dangerous Fat in Type 2 Diabetes Patients

Even without a change in diet, diabetics may improve their condition by doing moderate exercises weekly.

Too Much Red Meat May Increase Diabetes Risk

Meat is a good source of protein, but too much of it may cause unwanted complications.

A 15-Minute Walk After Main Meals May Lower Diabetes Risk in Older Adults

Walking after eating may be the most cost-effective way of preventing diabetes.

Walnuts May Help Lower Diabetes Risk, Study Says

Women who eat more walnuts may be more likely to avoid getting diabetes.

Pesticides May Increase Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Although eating fruits and vegetables is healthy, ingesting chemicals that have been sprayed on their skins isn't.

Eating Carrots May Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

If you think that you're genetically inclined to having type 2 diabetes due to your family's medical history, then this comes as good news.
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