Posts Tagged weight


Nutritionist Heidi Kaufman, Strict Diets, Type 2s, And Diabetics

Are you Type I or Type 2? Type 1 diabetics are encouraged to not to lose weight, but Type 2s are often put on strict diets to help gain control over their health. In this video, nutritionist Heidi Kaufman discusses the differences in diet for each….

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Subsequent Insulin Injections, Eating Disorders Meet, Rapid Weight Loss, And Disordered Eating Behaviors

Diabulimia: Where Diabetes and Eating Disorders Meet Many people who develop type 1 diabetes experience rapid weight loss as a result of the body’s inability to produce insulin and to use food for energy. With a diagnosis of diabetes and subsequent insulin injections, these individuals regain the…

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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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Carefully Recommended Diet, American Diabetes Association, U.S. National Library, And Healthy Monosaturated Fats

It is important for people with type 2 diabetes to follow a carefully recommended diet plan. The U.S. National Library of Medicine encourages type 2 diabetics to follow the American Diabetes Association’s recommendations to lose weight while controlling diabetes. Eating fewer calories is important…

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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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