A sad story has emerged out of Texas about a 3-year-old obese girl who is believed to be the youngest patient to ever be diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
Research found that 1-2 daily cups of coffee can fight memory loss (Alzheimer’s, dementia) and type 2 diabetes. But more coffee may cause memory loss.
New research shows that the spice cinnamon is an effective treatment for painful periods and menstrual pain, otherwise known as dysmenorrhoea.
The following graphic provides shows how drinking a Coca Cola can have adverse effects on your health, starting with 10 minutes and ending with 60 minutes.
Extended travel time is a risk factor for developing a DVT (deep vein thrombosis,) a blood clot that develops deep in a vein. Here is how to prevent it.
Drinking coffee could cut the risk of Type 2 diabetes due to its ability to reduce inflammation and prevent the disease, according to a new study.
Scientists are revealing how the super anti-cancer spice turmeric can delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes and promote natural weight loss.
Is drinking diet soda bad for your health? It has no sugar, calories, fat, or carbohydrates, so you would think it’s fine. But the truth is: it is not.
Recent research has found that onion extract has strong action against high blood sugar and total cholesterol levels, which could benefit millions.
Researchers have found that sounds of traffic could cause stress to spike to the point where people gain weight because the body thinks it is in a crisis.
Suffering from diabetic neuropathy? Research shows how numerous nutritional supplements are capable of even reversing nerve damage. Here are 6 solutions.
Overall, both real-life observations and research pieces point to the Paleo diet in its many forms to have a multitude of health benefits anyone can enjoy.
American Hall of Fame blues singer B.B. King has died from his Type 2 diabetes: a preventable disease that can be resolved through nutrition.
What happens when you give up sugar for an entire year? One women and her family set out to do the challenge, and the results were great.
A recent United Kingdom’s BBC article shockingly reads “Exercise ‘not key to obesity fight,’ but could this really be true? Not even close.
Researchers found that for every 30 minutes of lost sleep, obesity risk increased by 17 percent, while risk of insulin resistance elevated by 39 percent.
The sugar industry knew their products would cause dental and health issues since the 1950’s, but they worked with our government to keep this a secret.