- Are we saffroning our way to mitigating diabetes?
- Dietary carbohydrate for glycemic control: Does it matter in type 1 diabetes?
- Can lemon balm help manage type 2 diabetes mellitus?
- NERD Mini: The American Diabetes Association’s consensus report on nutrition therapy for adults with diabetes and prediabetes
- Which diet’s best for weight and metabolic risk factors in people with type 2 diabetes?
- NERD Mini: The best diets to control blood lipids in people with diabetes
- Counting hours, not calories: a potential prediabetes solution
- Eggcellent eggs part II: can people with diabetes safely eat two eggs per day?
- Throwdown, round 3: plant vs. animal protein for bone health
- Zinc: an alternative path away from type 2 diabetes?
- Grazing is for cows, not for people with type 2 diabetes
- Beyond metformin: long-term lifestyle modifications seriously cut diabetes risk
- Does some cinnamon each day keep the cardiologist away?
- Investigating inulin-type fructans for glycemic control
- Can magnesium supplementation reduce cardiovascular disease risk factors in people with diabetes?
- Blood sugar and spice
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Frequently Asked Questions and Articles on Diabetes
Throwdown: plant vs. animal protein for type 2 diabetes
In round one of this fight, an earlier study showed that a diet with protein-rich plants didn't provide a metabolic advantage. Round two explores metabolic impacts from a different angle: amino acid composition of plant versus animal protein.
Are eggs healthy?
Eggs can be considered healthy. They can have downsides depending how many you consume and your state of health, but in general they are safe to consume.
The effects of cinnamon on blood sugar levels
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