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Sugar, Its Many Disguises & Danger of Excess Sugar

Jan 30, 2019 by Amanda Fraser

Sugar may be sweet, but too much sugar is very dangerous to our health, especially hidden sugar in foods.

Topic: Dieting Health Research

A Good Guide to Good Carbs: The Glycaemic Index

Aug 22, 2018 by Amanda Fraser

Choosing low glycaemic foods can balance blood sugar levels. High glycaemic foods result in a quick spike and low glycaemic foods have a slower effect.

Topic: Nutrition Weight Loss

Diabetes - Causes in 2018

Feb 19, 2018

Diabetes is a problem for many people today, but the causes are not well known. For this reason, we have outlined the commonest causes of diabetes below.

Early puberty linked to diabetes

Jun 1, 2017 by Kat Tate

Girls who hit puberty earlier than average could have a greater risk of developing diabetes when they’re pregnant in later life.

Topic: Wellbeing

Living with diabetes

Apr 26, 2017 by Amanda Fraser

Living with diabetes can be a challenge. However, having healthy and easy recipes at hand can make it easier.

Topic: Wellbeing

Eating right can avoid type 2 diabetes

Mar 22, 2017 by Amanda Fraser

Eating right can avoid type 2 diabetes. Studies have shown that eating healthy can have the benefits of preventing diabetes

Topic: Wellbeing

Can efficient detoxing make chronic illnesses disappear?

Sep 17, 2015 by Birgit Skorka

The connection between toxins and chronic illnesses and the benefits of efficient detoxing.

Topic: Detox Asthma Eczema Parkinson's Disease

Get Involved with National Diabeties Week 2014

Jul 9, 2014 by Kat Tate

It’s National Diabetes Week from 13 to 19 July. And this year, Diabetes Australia is unveiling a new prevention campaign

Topic: Conditions

Diabetes and Diet

Apr 5, 2012 by Amanda Fraser

Diabetes can be managed by healthy eating, regular physical activity and maintaining a healthy weight.

Topic: Nutrition

The Diabetes Epidemic

Nov 11, 2011 by Craig Gibson

Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions worldwide, as people become more sedentary, exercise less and consume more processed foods.

Topic: Conditions

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