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Can chocolate help prevent or treat diabetes?

Can chocolate help prevent or treat diabetes?

Compounds in cocoa may help delay onset of type 2 diabetes, researchers suggest. BYU researchers have discovered certain compounds found in cocoa can actually help your body release more insulin and respond to increased blood glucose better.Insulin is the hormone that manages glucose, the blood sugar that reaches unhealthy levels in diabetes. Of course, there’s a

Eat salads

Eat salads to stay healthy

Eat salads to stay healthy. Salads are bounteous, fresh, colourful, crisp veggies and fruits blended together that are refreshing and unpretentious. You cannot ignore the fact that salads increase the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits as well.    Boosts and sharpens your eyesight:  Unbelievable but true –  certain salads rich in carrots, peppers, or any leafy

6 best health benefits of Avocado

6 best health benefits of Avocado

Avocado benefits: In this season, eating avocado has its own unique fun. It also known as Butter Fruit. It is energy-rich nutritious food which is very useful for the body.Avocado benefits. Following are some benefits of eating avocado:1. Reduces heart disease: Avocado affects the body system positively. It contains nutritious ingredients such as potassium and

Sugar Nirogya Amrit to control Diabetes

Sugar Nirogya Amrit to control Diabetes

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android :- Click For IOS Diabetes is a most common disease in present days. Three out of every five people are the victims of this particular disease. To get rid of diabetes, people are taking various types of medicines but still in vain.

Stale Chapati, good for body and health

Stale Chapati, good for body and health

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Stale food is considered to be harmful to health. The leftover food is often put before the garbage or the animal, but the remaining stale chapati at home is very useful for health. By eating it, many troubles like

Health benefits of Pumpkin and it’s juice

Gheeya is also called as Pumpkin. It is a green-looking vegetable from the outside. It contains 96 percent water. Many people do not like to eat gheeya. It is useful for skin, hair and health in both ways, whether drink it as juice or  eat it as a vegetable. Gheeya juice is consumed in most

Hot Weather may increase risk of Diabetes in Pregnant woman

A study found that women in warmer climates had 7.7% higher risk of developing gestational diabetes as compared to a 4.6% risk of those staying in colder climates.It increased to 7.7 per cent among those exposed to hot average temperatures, researchers said.They also found that for every 10 degree Celsius rise in temperature, women were

New diabetes tablet that lower heart risk also

Type 2 diabetes drug which reduce heart risk !! Know Here

Type 2 diabetes drug which reduce heart risk !! Know Here. The type 2 diabetes drug canagliflozin (marketed as Invokana) is associated with a lower risk of heart attacks and stroke but increased risk of amputation, new research shows. The new data comes from two separate trials and was presented at the American Diabetes Association

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Why people with diabetes are at a risk for hearing loss ?

According to the American Diabetes Association, if you have diabetes, you have at least twice the chance of experiencing hearing loss than someone who does not have the condition.If you have pre diabetes, your risk for hearing loss is 30 percent higher compared with those who do not have diabetes. Two other things that can

Weight lifting exercises may cut risks of heart disease, diabetes

Toronto:Your new year resolution of hitting the gym to indulge in some weight lifting exercises may not only help you tone those muscles, but also lower the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as Type 2 diabetes, researchers say. The findings showed that resistance-based interval training exercise – a simple leg exercises, involving weights —

Mexico declares public health emergency over obesity, diabetes

  Mexico City: Mexico has declared a public health emergency over the rapid increase in obesity and diabetes. According to health officials, the decision was made after the National Institute of Statistics and Geography confirmed that between 2014 and 2015 the number of people who died of diabetes rose by more than 4,000, Xinhua news

1 in every 5 corporate employees at risk of diabetes: Study

New Delhi: Erratic and long working hours putone in every five employees of the corporate world at the risk of diabetes or hypertension, a study has claimed. However, women in the corporate sector are comparatively less affected than men as the average health insurance claims for diabetes-related ailments made by men is almost 13 per

Higher maternal iron levels may up gestational diabetes risk

New York: Pregnant women who are particularly vulnerable to iron deficiency, may also be at risk if iron is found in excess in their bodies. They are likely to develop gestational diabetes, a study has found. As a strong pro-oxidant, free iron can promote several cellular reactions that generate reactive oxygen species and increase the

Sanofi, Google launch diabetes joint venture

Paris: Google and French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi announced today a new joint venture focused on diabetes care. The tie up between the drug maker and Verily, the health subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, will focus on treatments for people living with the chronic disease. Details on what the company’s products will look like —

Novel protein linked to diabetes identified

New York: Researchers have identified a protein, the lack of which can contribute to development of Type-2 diabetes. Absence of the PTRF (Cavin-1) protein in model organisms and humans results in a nearly complete loss of fat cells, a condition called lipodystrophy. This lack of fat cells causes fat to be mis-targeted to other tissues

Mobile health technology can help prevent diabetes

New York: Text messages sent via mobile phones that advise healthy behaviours such as to exercise, eat less fats and consume more fruits and vegetables has the potential to prevent the risk of developing diabetes, reveals a study. The study has broad implications for diabetes prevention at the population level, specially in low and middle-income

Sun Pharma to launch diabetes tablet in US

Chennai: Indian drug major Sun Pharmacuetical Industries Ltd on Tuesday said it will launch the generic version of Glumetza, Metformin Hydrochloride tablets – a diabetes drug – soon in the US. The company said in a statement, that one of its subsidiaries got the final approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for

Failure of specialised beta cells may cause diabetes: Study

London: The failure of a handful of beta cell “hubs” in the pancreas are the likely reason for developing diabetes, rather than the behaviour of all cells, says a study. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas fail to produce enough insulin to function properly, meaning that glucose stays in the blood rather than being

Cancer risk may rise before and after diabetes diagnosis: Study

Toronto: Individuals with Type 2 diabetes may be at an increased risk of developing cancer before and immediately after their diagnosis, says a study. The findings showed that the highest risk appears shortly after a diabetes diagnosis. Cancer incidence was also significantly higher in persons with diabetes within the first three months after diagnosis, but

Diabetes in state higher than India: PGIMER survey

Chandigarh: The prevalence of diabetes in Punjab is 1.5 times higher than estimates for India. As compared to India, where the disease prevalence is only 9 per cent, the state has a prevalence of 14 per cent. While this surprising fact had been revealed in a survey done by the PGIMER, the survey was done