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Water vs. Soda

Most of us have heard that we should be drinking more water, as our bodies are largely comprised of it. For some, drinking water comes naturally. Others may need more convincing, particularly if drinking water has not been a habit ...

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An Introduction To GMO’s

Genetically Modified Organisms, commonly referred to as GMOs, are a big topic of concern in the American food industry. Why? The reason is that they are completely unnatural and do not occur ANYWHERE in nature. So what’s the problem? The ...

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How Lack of Sleep Affects The Body And Those with Diabetes

Sleep plays a critical part in the body’s overall condition. Sleep deprivation (not getting enough sleep) can lead to serious medical problems including: Heart attack Heart failure Cardiovascular disease Irregular heartbeat Stroke High blood pressure Diabetes Some studies have estimated ...

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Add Some Sweetness to Your Life… Without Sugar!

The first thing a physician usually says after diagnosing a patient with diabetes is “No more sugar!” Diabetics must continually be on the lookout for obvious sugars and hidden sugars in the foods they eat in an effort to stay ...

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The Scary Truth About Canola Oil

The Scary Truth About Canola Oil

Canola oil originates from rapeseed, and has been used for various purposes for centuries. The rapeseed plant is a great insect repellent. In recent history, it was used in North America during World War II as a lubricant. In 1979, ...

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This White Food Burns Fat and Lowers Blood Sugar

Coconut oil has been touted as a superfood with multiple health benefits.  The great news is… it’s true!  Coconut oil can be incorporated into our diet very easily and can yield a huge positive effect on diabetes and many aspects ...

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Why To Avoid Meds If You Are A Diabetic

Ever since the mid-90s, drug therapies to treat Type 2 diabetes have skyrocketed. Continuing to take the onus away from people to manage their own health, this approach is enabling Americans to make poor health decisions without considering the long-term ...

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Why Diet Matters for People with Diabetes

Are you genetically predisposed to have diabetes? What if you are already experiencing, or have a high chance of developing other complications known to be influenced by diabetes? The statistics tell us close to 26 million people (that’s over 8% ...

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What Happens If You Don’t Manage Diabetes?

Have you been diagnosed with diabetes and wonder what will happen if you just go about living your life like you always have, not paying attention to what is going on inside your body or, more specifically, your blood stream? ...

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Preventing or Reversing Diabetes

Preventing or Reversing Diabetes (For Those Who Are Pre-Diabetic or Have Type-2 Diabetes) What if there’s a simple dietary answer to preventing diabetes—even if you’re already pre-diabetic? And what if there’s a simple dietary solution to reverse your reliance on ...

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