If breakfast is your main meal and you skip snack time throughout the day, you are likelier to avoid weight gain, a large population study confirms.
Source: One good breakfast a day keeps weight gain away
A worldwide epidemic of diabetes and obesity has led many people to try to lose weight by dieting – but reduced-calorie diets are very difficult to maintain. In a recent study, researchers find that lowering consumption of specific building blocks of proteins (amino acids) may combat the metabolic problems that occur in diabetes and obesity. […]
Source: Diet low in specific amino acids may be critical for weight loss
Critical benefits may be had from a vegetarian diet on people living with type 2 diabetes, a recent meta-analysis of randomized control trials indicates.
Source: Vegetarian Diet Great for Type 2 Diabetes – Medivizor
Replacing a portion of the available carbohydrate from potatoes or white rice with “pulses,” such as beans and lentils, can significantly lower the postprandial blood glucose response in young healthy adults, say Canadian researchers.
Source: Replace Carbs With Lentils to Blunt Glucose Spike After Meals
By identifying patients most at risk for readmission and focusing on best practices proven to keep patients out of the hospital, Stanford University School of Medicine’s bariatric program reduced its readmission rates from 8% to 2.5% in four years.
Source: Two-Thirds of Bariatric Readmissions Preventable | HealthLeaders Media
A full 94 percent of patients on the low-carb intervention have been able to reduce or eliminate their need for insulin. For six in 10 patients, average blood sugar levels fell so low that, technically, they had reversed their diabetes.
Source: Don’t manage diabetes—reverse it | New York Amsterdam News: The new Black view
Six years ago, Crane Police Chief Jason Little underwent weight loss surgery and it’s changed his life.
Source: Crane police chief drops 200 pounds
New diet-based approaches to diabetes prevention and treatment include fresh-food prescriptions and ketogenic diets rather than drugs alone. Spending on drugs reached $53 billion last year, with mixed results.
Source: Diabetes defeated by diet: How new fresh-food prescriptions are beating pricey drugs