Month: November 2006

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Type 1 diabetes > More about Type 1 diabetes According to the American Diabetes Association, type 1, or insulin-dependent diabetes, accounts for approximately 5-10% of diabetes in America. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the beta-cells within the pancreas are gradually destroyed and eventually fail to produce insulin. Insulin is a […]

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The majority of people with Diabetes have Type 2 Diabetes. It usually occurs in people over the age of 30, but is becoming more prevalent in children. Type 2 Diabetes is known to be a lifestyle-related condition that can “run in families” and is preventable. It occurs because insulin is produced in lesser amounts or […]

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To reduce disease, reduce carbohydrates. I showed pictures of my wife, Monica, and how her weight had stabilised for 40 years on a low-carb diet. Similarly, I wrote about William Banting and the follow-up research which showed time and again that a low-carb, high-fat diet was best for weight loss. Why? It’s really quite simple. […]

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An article from the January 20, 2003 edition of Newsweek Magazine said that the risk of getting diabetes is 30% lower with three hours per week of brisk walking. Of course exercise can also reduce your need for medication if you already have diabetes and can help to keep your blood sugar under control contributing […]