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DIABETESprevent genetic risk test result

DIABETESprevent genetic risk test result Diabetes type 2 is a preventable disease. An early identification of the genetic risk to diabetes type 2 allows to intervene avoiding the pathology development and further worsening. Hitherto type 2 diabetes was a pathology connected to adult age, but the increasing incidence in younger populations makes [...]

By |2 March, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention|
  • It´s not just what we eat, beverages also count (a lot)

It’s not just what we eat, beverages also count (a lot)

It´s not just what we eat, beverages also count (a lot) Let´s be honest, we don´t usually pay attention to beverages. We are too focused on the food we eat, so much that when it comes to beverages we think it is not part of our diet. That´s a mistake, a big mistake. [...]

By |12 December, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • New hopes of a cure for type 2 diabetes

New hopes of a cure for type 2 diabetes

New hopes of a cure for type 2 diabetes Recent research provides a glimmer of hope not only for the dietary treatment of type 2 diabetes, something we were already familiar with, but also for its cure. Type 2 diabetes has traditionally been considered a chronic and incurable disease with treatment focussed on [...]

By |16 September, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention|
  • Hydration, calories and diabetes

Hydration, calories and diabetes: a dangerous triangle

Hydration, calories and diabetes: a dangerous triangle Today we drink more than forty years ago. Despite this our water intake remains similar at the same time that insufficient. Seems quite evident that our hydration patterns have changed and with it also, probably, our risk to suffer several metabolic diseases. Summer: that time of [...]

By |19 July, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention|
  • Myths of breakfast

The myths of breakfast (or the “most important” meal of the day)

The myths of breakfast (or the "most important" meal of the day) Our eating habits are subjected to damaging confusion in relation to the ample catalogue of myths hovering over them. Among the most widely heard are those referring to breakfast: Is this the most important meal of the day? Is it essential if [...]

By |22 June, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • Prevent diabetes children

How to prevent type 2 diabetes in children?

How to prevent type 2 diabetes in children? Obesity and physical inactivity are causing that more children and teenagers suffer from type 2 diabetes, whose cases are growing worldwide. It is necessary to take measures to inculcate healthy eating habits from childhood, as we know the relationship between both diseases and influence that has [...]

By |18 May, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention|
  • change habits healthier life

See you elevator: change habits for a healthier life

Change habits for a healthier life: see you elevator For a couple of weeks ago I do not know what a lift is used for, cookies at the coffee break are invisible and any time there is a glass of water on my desk.  I am not on a diet, I am increasingly raising awareness about a [...]

By |2 March, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Healthy lifestyle|
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Findrisc: eight questions to know my risk for type 2 diabetes

Findrisc: eight questions to know my risk for type 2 diabetes In most cases, each person has the possibility to get rid of the risk of type 2 diabetes, or at least an important delay its debut. There are burning issues that help us focus on this risk in order to be warned and be [...]

By |29 February, 2016|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|Tags: |
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