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Understanding the Glycemic Index and the Glycemic Load

25th October 2011
Are you interested in maintaining a healthy weight and a high energy level? Do you want to avoid feelings of hunger and fatigue? Have you noticed that you become lethargic after eating certain foods? Eating healthy… can be confusing and a frustrating ta... Read >
Author: Matthew Speesler

Legumes - The Base Of A Low Carb Diet Plan

20th July 2010
A low carb diet has been one of the popular weight loss diets in the past. Unfortunately experience has shown that it is not good for keeping the weight off. It is however, a very healthy diet. A low carb diet plan puts a limit on the amount of carbohydra... Read >
Author: zarabuckley

Natural Cure for Diabetes and Secrets to get rid of Diabetes Naturally and Easily

20th May 2010
Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism-the method the body use digested food for growth and energy. Most of the food people eat is broken down down into glucose, the form of sugar in the blood. Glucose is the major source of fuel for the body. After dige... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Diabetes Blood Glucose Levels and Blurred Vision

09th March 2010
If we hear the term "blood sugar" we may have different ideas about it; however, this term is used in physiology where it refers to glucose in the blood. There are other sugars such as fructose and galactose which also exist, but, as they are relatively i... Read >
Author: Julia Hanf

Gestational Diabetes Menu

02nd March 2010
A calorie diabetic diet lets you take control of calorific consumption. We are getting calories from basic food content which are carbs, proteins and fats. We receive energy from carbohydrates but it is affecting our blood glucose level. More carbohydrate... Read >
Author: Jarrett Mccarthy

A Healthy Renal Diabetic Diet

23rd July 2009
A Healthy Renal Diabetic Diet: Diabetes is a disease, which occurs due to the body's inability to produce insulin. In some cases of diabetes, the body produces insulin, but is unable to utilize the produced insulin. As a result, glucose is not properly... Read >
Author: MM123

6 Reasons Why You Should Have Small, Frequent Meals

17th April 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Stephen Smith Many people believe that having 5 or 6 small meals a day will make them put on weight but in actual fact it will help them lose weight! Most people eat three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The problem with... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Handheld Carb Counter for Diabetes Management

27th March 2009
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you must have been advised to watch your diet. That does not mean that you will have to see all your favorite food walk out of your life. Diabetes is a condition where the body is not able to produce or use insuli... Read >
Author: coheso

Lose Weight with Hibernation Diet

14th April 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Ruth Tan The recent revolutionary Hibernation Diet created by a British pharmacist and a nutrition expert caught my attention by making a powerful connection between poor sleep and obesity. It advocates incorporating mild resistance ... Read >
Author: Ruth Tan

ADHD Treatment: Ritalin Side Effects

02nd August 2007
Ritalin is a drug commonly prescribed many doctors to treat patients with ADHD symptoms. However, Ritalin has also been used illegally for many years and it has been proven to be addictive and harmful to some extent. Whilst the drug can help to manage ... Read >
Author: alvin toh

Foods Increase Insulin and Foods Decrease Blood Sugar

17th November 2006
Insulin and blood sugar increase and decrease upon eating certain foods, are very important aspects for weight issue and of crucial importance for diabetics. Insulin secretion is regulated physiologically ( under normal condition of the body ) by th... Read >
Author: waheed elqalatawy
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