Probiotics: The Diabetes Solution We’ve Been Overlooking?

Recent research shows there is a connection between a healthy intestinal tract and reducing the risk of contracting diabetes.

The Official Link Between Chronic Stress and Diabetes

Research finds that stress is a problem to be taken seriously because it increases the risk of multiple health disorders, one of which is diabetes.

Can Cinnamon Help Lower Blood Sugar?

A recent review of studies testing the benefit of cinnamon on blood sugar concluded that the spice can give diabetics another tool for fighting the disease.

10 Signs Your Pet May Have a Blood Sugar Imbalance

As weight management continues to be a problem for many dogs and cats, vets are finding canine and feline diabetes to be a growing concern.

Drink This Juice to Extend Your Nightly Sleep by 90 Minutes

Studies show that drinking tart cherry juice two times a day can give you up to 90 more minutes of sleep at night.

Banana Cinnamon Tea: The Latest Sleeping Pill Alternative?

According to Dr. Oz, “bananas are a sleeping pill in a peel.” Next time you can’t sleep, drink a cup of soothing banana cinnamon tea.

How Does Turmeric Spice Compare to Turmeric Supplements?

Discoveries of turmeric’s multiple health benefits have generated much public interest, but some may wonder how including the spice in the diet compares to taking the supplement. Here are some factors to consider.

The Source of All Inflammation and the Key to Fighting it

In recent years much has been written about inflammation, as scientists have discovered it plays a major role in the development of an array of illnesses. But where does inflammation start?

Both Men and Women Need Exercise, but for Two Different Reasons

There’s no disputing the health benefits of exercise: it increases energy, improves heart health and keeps joints young. But when exploring the many other benefits of exercise, turns out men and women need exercise for two very different reasons.  

Short Bursts of Exercise Can Reverse Heart Problems in Just 12 Weeks

Studies show that short bouts of exercise can be effective in improving heart structure, function and in controlling diabetes.