How to manage blood glucose using the Glycemic Index of foods

Your blood sugar rises and fall throughout the day, playing a big role in how energised we feel.  One of

Diabetes in older people

Diabetes in older people Diabetes (also called diabetes mellitus) is a chronic (ongoing) condition characterised by high blood glucose (blood

Mediterranean diet cuts gestational diabetes risk

A clinical trial of a Mediterranean-style diet during pregnancy shows promise in reducing the risk of excess weight gain and

Diabetes – Aboriginal health

Diabetes is a serious condition that leads to having too much glucose in your blood. The side effects can affect

Can the order you eat your food alter blood glucose?

A rise in blood glucose levels is a very normal response after eating a meal. But now new research has

What’s behind diabetes re-hospitalisation?

People with diabetes are often hospitalised multiple times. Multiple admissions come with high health care costs, with the average cost

Is type 2 diabetes linked to how food is cooked?

Cooking food has many important functions. It can add new flavours, decrease the risk of bacterial contamination and can even

Prediabetes; is it a risk for the heart?

Prediabetes is the precursor stage before diabetes mellitus occurs. Not all of the symptoms required to diagnose diabetes are present

Type 1 diabetes and pregnancy

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease, which attacks the cells in the pancreas which produce insulin. Insulin is required

The benefits of home cooked meals

Eating home cooked meals frequently is associated with lower risk of type 2 diabetes. In a fast paced world, dining

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