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Antioxidant-rich diet lowers type-2 diabetes risk

A healthy diet with plenty of antioxidant-rich foods and drinks could significantly lower the risk of developing type-2 diabetes, French researchers have found.

17 November, 2017

Add wholegrains to encourage weight loss and more

In a new study of overweight people, including more wholegrains in the diet was shown to reduce inflammation and appetite and encourage weight loss.

3 November, 2017

Broccoli could be a secret weapon against diabetes

Concentrated broccoli sprout extract may help people with type 2 diabetes manage their blood sugar, according to a new study.

15 June, 2017

Grape seed extract could calm gut inflammation

Proanthocyanidin-rich grape seed extract may help protect the gut from the damaging effects of a high-fat/high-carbohydrate Western diet, according to new research.

28 April, 2017

Elderberry extract aids blood sugar management

New research from Norway has shown that polyphenolic extracts from elderberries could help with blood glucose management.

20 April, 2017

Fibre feeds bacteria that help prevent diabetes

A fibre-rich diet can encourage the growth of a type of healthy gut bacteria which, in turn, produces a chemical that can help prevent diabetes.

18 April, 2017

Fasting diet could reverse diabetes and repair the pancreas

According to new research, a dietary regimen that mimics fasting could hold the key to regenerating the pancreas and reversing both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

27 February, 2017

Daily cinnamon protects working memory

Daily cinnamon consumption could help maintain working memory – necessary for planning, problem solving and reasoning – even in those with health challenges like diabetes.

14 December, 2016

Study shows herbal extracts can mimic insulin’s effects

Compounds extracted from the herbs purslane and tindora appear to reduce blood sugar levels, according to a study that shows they act in an insulin-like manner.

12 December, 2016

Zinc protects against diabetes complications

Higher zinc levels in the blood may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease for those with diabetes, according to a new review.

30 November, 2016