Research Article: Association of Fiber in Diet and Diabetes

Research Article: Association of Fiber in Diet and Diabetes

Study included 395 patients with type 2 diabetes. High calorie consumption – increased glucose levels, increased body weight. Higher intake of fiber in diet – lower levels of HbA1C, triglycerides

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Pioglitazone Improves Whole-Body Aerobic Capacity in MetS

Pioglitazone Improves Whole-Body Aerobic Capacity in MetS

For adults with metabolic syndrome (MetS), pioglitazone treatment improves whole-body aerobic capacity, according to a study published online Dec. 12 in the Journal of Diabetes Investigation.

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Research Article: Morning blood pressure surge and target organ damage in newly diagnosed diabetics

Research Article: Morning blood pressure surge and target organ damage in newly diagnosed diabetics

Study included diabetes subjects and healthy controls. Diabetic patients were overweight, and the proportion taking antihypertensive and cholesterol-lowering treatment was higher compared with the control group. Consequently, the diabetic group

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Why men have higher diabetes risk than women?

Why men have higher diabetes risk than women?

London:Does diabetes affect men and women differently? The answer according to study, led by Alex O. Aregbesola from University of Eastern Finland, claims so.

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Research Article: Intervention for Weight Loss and Glycemic Control in Obese Patients with Diabetes

Research Article: Intervention for Weight Loss and Glycemic Control in Obese Patients with Diabetes

Intensive multidisciplinary specialist care was more effective in achieving long term weight loss and improving glycemic control in obese patients compared with “best-practice” diabetes clinic care.

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Adverse pregnancy outcomes tied to early HbA1c levels

Adverse pregnancy outcomes tied to early HbA1c levels

The risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes is increased in women with an early HbA1c of at least 5.9% regardless of a gestational diabetes diagnosis later in pregnancy, according to recent study findings.

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More evidence ties sugary caffeinated drinks to poor sleep

More evidence ties sugary caffeinated drinks to poor sleep

Adults who sleep no more than five hours a night are more likely to be heavy soda drinkers than people who get more rest, a U.S. study suggests.

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Snippet: Dietary Fibre and Cardiovascular Risk in T2DM

Snippet: Dietary Fibre and Cardiovascular Risk in T2DM

Studies suggest an association between dietary fibre (DF) and cardiovascular disease risk in diabetic patients. Plasma glucose, glycated haemoglobin and plasma lipid levels are important predictors for CVD.

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Research Article: Effect of Acarbose on Newly Diagnosed Impaired Glucose Tolerance

Research Article: Effect of Acarbose on Newly Diagnosed Impaired Glucose Tolerance

Study included 135 patients hospitalized for ACS who had been newly diagnosed with IGT. The risk of recurrent MACE: During the mean follow-up of 2.3 years, the risk of recurrent

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Polyphenol intake confers cardiometabolic benefit in type 2 diabetes

Polyphenol intake confers cardiometabolic benefit in type 2 diabetes

Older adults with type 2 diabetes who consume greater quantities of foods or beverages containing polyphenols showed a modestly improved cardiometabolic profile and reduced subclinical inflammation vs. those consuming lower quantities of polyphenols, according to a cross-sectional study.

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