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  • Vending machines no healthy

If the vending machine hates you, hate it back!

If the vending machine hates you, hate it back! The presence of the so-called “vending machines” has grown exponentially in the last three decades. Nevertheless, despite its possibilities the inside content tends to be the unhealthiest stuff we may find. Vending machines usually gather in a small place many products with little nutritional [...]

By |3 October, 2017|Categories: Nutrition|
  • Food labeling

Guide to understanding food labeling

Guide to understanding food labeling Food labeling becomes a true jumble of ingredients, calories, grams, percentages and other data difficult to interpret. This post will provide you with tools to clarify its meaning. Nothing worse than having information and have no idea of how to understand it. In fact, it can drive us [...]

By |4 August, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • Diabetes and food myths

Six diabetes and food Myths

Six diabetes and food Myths There are no environments such as health and diet where myths spread like wildfire. And in this area, slimming and diabetes stand out above. By Juan Revenga It is terrible. In a world driven by aesthetics, health is second. There is no way to understand the lack of [...]

By |18 July, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • There is no one diet for diabetes

There is no one diet for diabetes, there are dozens

There is not standard meal plan for people with diabetes, there are dozens Last week I had the privilege of being invited to the XXVIII National Congress of the Spanish Society of Diabetes (SED) with Pablo Zumaquero, a fellow dietitian-nutritionist. We were invited to lead a workshop entitled “Low-fat diets or low-carbohydrate diets?” [...]

By |21 April, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • Sweeteners and Type 2 Diabetes

Sweeteners, Obesity and Diabetes (II): Sweeteners and Type 2 Diabetes

Sweeteners, Obesity and Diabetes (II): Sweeteners and Type 2 Diabetes As we said in the previous post beyond the possible explanations and results that offer doubts about the suitability of sweeteners as an alternative to sugar, other studies have recently been published that directly relate its extensive use with type 2 diabetes in this [...]

By |8 March, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • sweeteners, obesity and diabetes

Sweeteners, obesity and diabetes (i): the siege narrows

Sweeteners, obesity and diabetes (i): the siege narrows It has been long time ago that sweeteners have postulated as a healthy option instead of sugar. However, up to date, a growing corpse of evidence points that far from an innocuous substitute sweeteners could be rather harmful. Our biology has an instinctive, atavistic, tendency [...]

By |8 March, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Nutrition|
  • + healthy fats reduce risk diabetes

More healthy fats and fewer carbohydrates to reduce type 2 diabetes risk

More healthy fats and fewer carbohydrates to reduce type 2 diabetes risk Including more unsaturated fats, shifting consumption of saturated fats and carbohydrates in the diet helps to reduce blood sugar and insulin levels, also contribute to prevent type 2 diabetes and helps its treatment. The worldwide number of people suffering from type 2 [...]

By |8 March, 2017|Categories: Diabetes prevention, Healthy eating, Nutrition|
  • 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|
  • 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|
  • Cook more eat better

Cook more to eat better

Cook more to eat better Every time we cook less. The progressive loss of culinary skills has worsened the quality of our diet and has increased the figures of obesity in the population. It has shown that cooking is a key tool for improving dietary habits and with them the prognosis of health. Few [...]

By |10 May, 2016|Categories: Nutrition|
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