Tag: Diabetes

Dietary Supplements for Type 2 Diabetes

February 5, 2024 No Comments

Several dietary supplements are popular with people with type 2 diabetes, but are they really effective? Here’s what recent scientific studies found.

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Stevia and Artificial Sweeteners, Good Choices for Your Health?

November 6, 2023 No Comments

Artificial sweeteners are sugar substitutes that provide a sweet taste but with very few to no calories thanks to their high sweetening power. They are commonly found in various processed foods such as diet drinks, sugar-free yogurts and sports products (e.g. protein bars, shakes and powders). Foods and beverages containing artificial sweeteners are sometimes labelled […]

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Philippe’s War against Prediabetes

November 2, 2023 No Comments

It’s no secret that women are more likely than men to consult their physician. The same goes for consulting a dietitian. And yet men who consult have excellent results.

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8 Tips to Improve Your Cholesterol and Lipid Profile

November 5, 2022 1 Comment

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death worldwide, responsible for 30% of all deaths. A significant proportion of people have a high level of cholesterol, but many of them do not know it, because they do not feel sick. If left untreated, this problem increases the risk of suffering from CVD. A poor […]

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Type 2 Diabetes and Lifestyle Habits: Key Points

April 11, 2022 No Comments

To optimize the control of type 2 diabetes (T2D) or prevent its progression, it is necessary to focus on diet and physical activity, but also on sleep and stress management. Here is a summary of the key points to consider.

Starchy Foods and Resistant Starch: Are They Beneficial for Your Health?

February 2, 2021 3 Comments

Did you know that certain starchy foods like potatoes and pasta can be beneficial to your health by promoting weight loss, improving blood glucose control and lowering cholesterol? Yes, you read it right! But it’s not just any starchy foods, it’s specifically those that contain resistant starch.

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Are Low-Carb Diets a Solution for People with Diabetes?

June 3, 2020 No Comments

In 2019 the American Diabetes Association (ADA) released a consensus report on the nutritional treatment of diabetes based on the most recent evidence. Here are the main recommendations from this report:

Is Fasting Before Exercise Effective to Reduce the Risk of Diabetes?

February 10, 2020 No Comments

A recently published study suggests that training on an empty stomach improves insulin sensitivity and can therefore help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. But is that really the case? Let’s dive into this subject!

What Type of Diet Should You Choose When You Have Diabetes?

January 21, 2020 2 Comments

In 2019, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) released a consensus report on the nutritional treatment of diabetes based on the latest evidence. The conclusion of this report indicates that different dietary approaches can be followed to improve blood sugar levels when you are diabetic. Yet, in all cases, the following 3 suggestions are highly recommended: […]

Sugar Substitutes – Should You Use Them?

September 13, 2019 No Comments

With low carb diets becoming more and more popular many people are looking for ways to decrease their sugar intake. A promising solution seems to be sugar substitutes. Potentially, providing you with fewer carbs – or even none- they appear to be the perfect alternative to regular sugar. But are they really?

How to Tame Your Sweet Tooth in 10 Easy Steps

September 13, 2019 No Comments

Almost everyone has heard at some point in their life that they should eat less sugar. Maybe you’ve already tried to do this and you have been successful – in that case congratulations! But for those who haven’t tried or think that it would be too hard I would like to offer you some practical […]

Is Intermittent Fasting Really Effective?

June 3, 2019 No Comments

Intermittent fasting is gaining popularity. There are claims that it has many virtues, including weight loss and a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. But is it really effective? We’re about to shine a light on intermittent fasting and its effects on health below.

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