Pre-diabetes label ‘worthless’, researchers claim
Labelling people as having pre-diabetes is “unhelpful and unnecessary”, researchers claim.
The definition, given to people on the “cusp” of type 2 diabetes, has no clinical worth, a joint UK-US team argues.
There is no proven benefit of prescribing drugs as many will not develop diabetes, [...]
Nutrition Q&A: Sugar alcohols are no panacea for diabetes
Read labels and taste-test products, a dietitian suggests
Question: I have Type 2 diabetes. I like to have low-sugar nutrition bars handy for snacks or missed meals, so I’ve begun buying bars that contain sugar alcohols. What do you think about these bars and sugar [...]
7 Reasons to Eat Healthy That Have Nothing to Do With Losing Weight
When it comes to diet and nutrition, the narrative these days seems to center on the obesity epidemic and weight loss. It’s no surprise — weight loss is a $61 billion-per-year industry, and obesity costs us [...]
Six tips for the diabetic
We have previously discussed in detail the disease of diabetes type 2. Today I would like to give a few suggestions for ongoing care and support.
A few tips are:
1. Have a daily schedule–time to do the things necessary for health and fitness. Keep a chart with progress [...]
5 Myths About Fitness
One of the biggest concerns when it comes to physical exercise is usually about form or technique. However, a larger concern involves the numerous fitness myths out there. You’re probably familiar with a lot of these myths, and unfortunately, you may believe a lot of them to [...]
Exercise May Trump Diet in Obesity Battle
(dailyRx News) Exercise and diet both play a role in physical fitness, but does one trump the other? Perhaps so, according to the researchers behind a long-term study of obesity.
Video Overview: Exercise May Trump Diet in Obesity Battle
The researchers analyzed [...]
A Surefire Way for Men to Lose that Gut
How to Fix Squat Form Mistakes That Are Ruining Your Strength
In my years of carrying out movement assessments (22 clients and counting this week alone) and spending far too much of my life in gyms, I have seen more than my fair share of poor squat form.
The issues [...]
Less exercise, not more calories, responsible for expanding waistlines
This graph shows the percentage of people who report no leisure-time physical activity, based on data from the 1988-94 vs. 2009-2010 NHANES. Credit: The American Journal of Medicine, Ladabaum et al.
Sedentary lifestyle and not caloric intake may be to blame for [...]
Weight associated with diabetes risk differs by ethnicity
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Black and Asian adults may be at risk for developing diabetes at a lower weight than whites, according to a new study.
Based on the findings, researchers suggest the definition of obesity should be different for different populations, in order to [...]
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- Pre-diabetes label ‘worthless’, researchers claim
- Nutrition Q&A: Sugar alcohols are no panacea for diabetes
- 7 Reasons to Eat Healthy That Have Nothing to Do With Losing Weight
- Six tips for the diabetic
- 5 Myths About Fitness
- Exercise May Trump Diet in Obesity Battle
- A Surefire Way for Men to Lose that Gut
- How to Fix Squat Form Mistakes That Are Ruining Your Strength
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