Posts Tagged study


High-fat Meal, Weight Gain, Fast Food Meal, And Women

Stressful lifestyles combined with high-fat food choices could lead women with a sluggish metabolism, according to researchers at Ohio State University. On average, their study found, women who had reported one or more stressors during the previous 24-hour period burned 104 fewer calories than non-…

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Diabetes Treatment Drugs, American Diabetes Association, University College London, And High Blood Sugar

Using the term “pre-diabetic” to classify people with high blood sugar isn’t only unhelpful, but it might also pose unnecessary financial and social costs, report researchers from University College London and the Mayo Clinic. The new study aimed to determine whether or not a pre-diabetes diagnosis…

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Mediterranean Diet, Diabetes Medication, Low-fat Diet, And Dr. Leanne Olansky

Research has shown that a Mediterranean diet can help prevent both pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes, and now a new study suggests that eating this way – lots of olive oil, fish, whole grains, and nuts – can also help slow the progression of type 2 diabetes. An eight-year trial published in the jour…

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Substantial Weight Gain, Diabetes, Different Pathophysiological Pathways, And Single Disease Entity

Conventional wisdom about type 2 diabetes suggests that it’s usually preceded by substantial weight gain. But a new study from Denmark researchers suggests there may be much more to the story when it comes to the weight gain-diabetes link, particularly that a large increase in body weight isn’t nec…

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Long-term Weight Management, Diabetes Drug Liraglutide, Carel Le Roux, And Diabetes Complications Research

Diabetes drug liraglutide shows promise for weight loss and improved heart health Early testing on diabetes drug liraglutide showed that patients experienced significant reduction in weight and improved cardiovascular risk factors while taking the medication. Results of the study were presented …

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PCOS, Young Women, Australian PCOS Evidence, And Well-recognized Diabetes Risk

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a condition that affects hormonal balance in women, is a often undiagnosed and untreated. Not only can PCOS cause weight gain, hair loss and lethargy, but new research suggests it can also make young women much more likely to develop diabetes. A study from resear…

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