Various food compounds have been found to reverse the slide into diabetes. Here are 8 of the best foods for diabetics – they are naturally awesome.
Researchers have discovered that olive leaf extract competes with conventional diabetes drugs, significantly improving insulin sensitivity and more.
A judge cut a $9 billion punitive damages award to $36.8 million against Takeda Pharmaceutical Co and Eli Lilly & Co over their diabetes drug, Actos.
More than 7 in 10 Americans eat too much sugar. Unfortunately, refined sugar robs you of energy while fueling neurodegenerative disease, cancer, and more.
Whether you have Type 2 or Type 1 diabetes, you can benefit from eating foods that help stabilize blood glucose levels. Here are 5 beneficial foods.
Research found that supplementing with ginger root powder for 3 weeks can effectively improve markers for diabetes, aiding those with diabetes Type 2.
Traditional Chinese herbal medicine called Tianqi has been shown to halt the progression of prediabetes to full-blown diabetes by a whopping 30 percent.
Despite its light fruit pulp and high water content, watermelon is actually a nutrient dense food. Check out the many health benefits of watermelon below.
A new study shows that GE-created synthetic insulin could potentially cause Diabetes Type 1 in Type 2 diabetics. Thank you biotech.
Rich in antioxidants, pumpkin seeds offer a wealth of health benefits that are often overlooked. Here are 5 health benefits of pumpkin seeds.
Camel’s milk is not only highly digestible, it is also full of nutrients that our bodies crave. Could it be the next super food craze?
A recent study indicates that not only could dark chocolate aid in weight loss, but it can prevent type 2 diabetes as well. Eat more (dark) chocolate!
An extensive review compiled the ‘best research’ on turmeric and outlined the proven benefits of this ancient spice. Turmeric is truly a miraculous healer.
Emerging research suggests we can’t lump all trans fats together, that some trans fats in animal products may actually help reduce diabetes risk.
Americans are known to run on coffee. A new study suggests whether you choose regular or decaf, you could be reducing your risk of diabetes.
Research found that an herb known as gymnema, often used to help diabetic patients treat sugar cravings, also helps to destroy the Candida albicans fungus.
A new study found that the chemical constituents of coffee can help prevent the deterioration of eyesight and possible blindness due to retinal damage.