Sunday, September 17, 2006

From a global warming diet to a greener one (Diabetes Mellitus)


From a global warming diet to a greener one
Anniston Star (subscription), AL - Sep 14, 2006 If altruism isn't reason enough to eat a greener diet, consider the have much lower rates of obesity, heart attacks, strokes and diabetes, due partly to

Artificial sweeteners: A safe alternative to sugar
MayoClinic.com - Sep 14, 2006 people are consuming large amounts of sugar as part of their daily diet. People with diabetes may use artificial sweeteners because they make food taste sweet

Educating clients through Pet Diabetes Month
American Veterinary Medical Association, IL - Sep 15, 2006 Nearly all respondents in the survey stated that if diabetes were diagnosed in their pet, adjusting its diet would be an actionable, convenient treatment option

Obesity warning from the EU
Cyprus Mail, Cyprus - Sep 16, 2006 value of school meals, respondents suggested education programmes promoting a healthy diet for children A recent epidemiological study for diabetes, carried out

Home World In India, more wealth and more diabetes
Siber News Media, NY - Sep 14, 2006 that entails less movement, more fattening foods and higher stress - a toxic brew for diabetes. The traditional Indian diet can itself be generous with calories

Poorly controlled insulin may contribute to Alzheimer's
Charlotte Observer, NC - Sep 15, 2006 people have Type 2 diabetes and another 41 million have a condition known as pre-diabetes. Both conditions largely are preventable through diet and exercise.

Diabetes Mellitus