Tag Archives: Diabetes Health

Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Fast Food Linked to Industrial Chemical Consumption

Data from federal nutrition surveys have found that people who ate fast food in the last 24 hours were found to have high levels of certain industrial chemicals within their bodies. These chemicals are known as phthalates, and …

Diabetes Health Type 2: 200-pound Loss Helps Phillip Get Off of Insulin and Metformin

How did Phillip Brenneman lose 200 pounds and get off insulin
How did Phillip Brenneman lose 200 pounds and get off insulin

How did Phillip Brenneman lose 200 pounds and get off insulin, metformin and his cholesterol and blood pressure medications?

The Garrett, Ind., man says he did it literally one …

Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Dietician Theorizes Hidden Risk Factors Could Affect Weight Gain

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A study published in Obesity Research and Clinical Practice indicates that people in 2008 would have weighed 10% more than in 1971 despite an identical caloric intake.…

Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Artificial Pancreas Systems Could Lower Hypoglycemia

Researchers from the University of Virginia recently found that the use of portable and wireless artificial pancreas systems could reduce hypoglycemia. When used continuously at home, these systems both reduced hypoglycemia and increased the time patients were in glycemic …

Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Eating Vegetables Prevents Glaucoma

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A new study completed by a team at Harvard Medical School has found that eating green leafy vegetables every day could lessen the risk of developing glaucoma. This risk could be reduced by 20%-30% when …

AskNadia: Type 2 Diabetes and Difficulty Getting an Erection

Dear Nadia:

I have had type 2 diabetes for 20 years and it is difficult to get or maintain an erection. I don’t want to talk to my doctor about it until I know what my options are. So, I

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast: Thioredoxin Interacting Protein and Insulin Resistance

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Researchers from the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine recently examined how caloric restriction can improve insulin sensitivity in obese patients. The study used 11 obese participants and …