Multiple studies have now confirmed that vinegar will immediately reduce blood sugar and decrease insulin resistance, thus treating type-2 diabetes.
Recently Olympians and other athletes have been seen with Cupping marks, including Michael Phelps. Is Cupping useful for treating serious medical conditions? Clinical evidence shows at least 33 medical conditions can be treated with Cupping.
New research finds the South American Maqui berry superfruit maintains abundant health-promoting properties, with significant benefits to the health of the cardiovascular system, the lungs, blood sugar and the skin. Learn more about this amazing rain forest fruit.
Most of us knew that breakfast was good for us. But new research finds a breakfast – especially breakfast with fiber – can also reduce the risk of diabetes among children.
We all knew raisins were healthy. But now we find they reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes and obesity.
Pharmacy researchers have confirmed that Stevia isn’t just a healthy sweetener replacement – its constituents have the ability to treat diabetes. But what about the commercial Stevia extracts?
A decade of research has unveiled many amazing health benefits and medical treatments using Aloe vera that were once either only known in traditional medicine or not known at all.
Researchers from the University of Auckland have determined that olive leaf extract has the ability to decrease insulin sensitivity and increase the production of insulin by the pancreas.
Researchers have proven what natural health proponents have been suggesting for decades: Brown rice is superior to white rice, not only nutritionally, but for glucose metabolism and the prevention of metabolic syndrome.
A new report has found that taking certain dietary supplements for disease prevention will save billions of dollars of healthcare costs for treating chronic diseases in the U.S.
Recent research from the University of Toronto has confirmed that even short-term use of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure – especially among those who are prediabetic or type-2 diabetic.
Research from Denmark’s National Food Institute has concluded that eating too much protein causes early mortality and a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and possibly more kidney diseases.
Canadian government researchers have issued a report that states glycemic index would lead to poor food choices “inconsistent with national dietary guidelines.” What’s wrong with the glycemic index?
New research from the West Virginia University School of Medicine has confirmed other research finding that Bisphenol A (BPA) – found among various plastics and resins in consumer goods – may lead or contribute to diabetes.