Recent research shows there is a connection between a healthy intestinal tract and reducing the risk of contracting diabetes.
Studies show that short bouts of exercise can be effective in improving heart structure, function and in controlling diabetes.
If you indulged in the sweets this season, here are a few ways you can counteract the damage.
Don’t skip breakfast! Eating breakfast every day has been shown to help protect against cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and many other conditions.
The World Health Organization is now recommending that people have no more than 5 percent of their daily calories come from sugar.
Rapidly changing levels of blood glucose as a response to eating a high-carbohydrate meal is now widely recognized as a trigger for many chronic illnesses, ranging from heart disease to cancer, metabolic dysfunction and diabetes. So could this type of tea help?
Do you know the warning signs of imbalanced blood sugar levels?
Are you resting your body enough to give it the energy needed to fight chronic disease? New research explores the minimum amount of sleep you need to do just that.
New research indicates green tea can significantly influence tumor growth, shrinking cancerous cells.
This sneaky ingredient may be causing you to unknowingly consume more calories every day.