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Can brushing teeth more reduce diabetes risk? What expert says

Hindustan Times 31 Mar 2023
Individuals with gum disease have higher levels of inflammatory markers in their blood, which can impair insulin sensitivity and contribute to higher blood sugar level(Freepik) ... High blood sugar levels can also lead to dry mouth, which increases the risk of cavities, oral infections, and gum disease," says Dr Nanda.

Could our love affair with sugar and artificial sweeteners literally break our hearts? by Robin Abcarian

Atlantic City 31 Mar 2023
I love sugar and, as a kid, I had a lot of cavities ... Anyway, sugar ... In 2014, Harvard researchers published the results of a 15-year study showing an association between a high-sugar diet and a greater risk of dying from heart disease ... People who consume a diet high in sugar, say the experts, have a greater risk of dying from heart disease.

RSSDI doctors to adopt 100 villages to give standard diabetes care for the rural poor

Indian Express 31 Mar 2023
People will be screened for diabetes and other non-communicable diseases such as hypertension, and obesity ... The doctor said that the risk factors for non-communicable diseases include poverty, poor diets like intake of foods rich in fat, salt and sugar, consumption of tobacco, excessive use of alcohol and stress.

Detoxing fads: Nutrition experts give tips and insights on finding the truth amid the trends ...

Summit Daily 31 Mar 2023
High blood sugar and high amounts of insulin in the blood have been associated with “all sorts of diseases, diabetes, obesity, inflammation, cardiac disease and vascular damage,” Petitpain said, which is why scientists are researching intermittent fasting’s safety and effectiveness.

Bikers raising money for juvenile diabetes across the country

News-Press Now 29 Mar 2023
Dave Winslow of St. Joseph and Rex Covington of Texas started their ride March 1 and will finish April 17 ... His son, Chris, was diagnosed with diabetes in 2003 and died in a traffic accident 12 years later, having blacked out from low blood sugar. Ever since that day, Covington said he has pledged to do what he can to fight the disease ... .

Bikers raise money for juvenile diabetes across the country

News-Press Now 29 Mar 2023
Two motorcyclists are hitting the road and driving through 48 states in 48 days to raise awareness for juvenile diabetes ... His son, Chris, was diagnosed with diabetes in 2003 and died in a traffic accident 12 years later, having blacked out from low blood sugar. Ever since that day, Covington said he has pledged to do what he can to fight the disease.

Ramadan 2023: Where do your dates come from?

Al Jazeera 29 Mar 2023
(Al Jazeera). Dates, fresh or dried, contain important vitamins, minerals and fibre. They are also high in antioxidants, which protect the body from several diseases. Given their high level of fructose, a natural sugar found in fruit, dates are a great source of energy, especially after a long day’s fast ... Medjool ... Mabroom ... Ajwa ... Deglet Noor ... Piarom ... .

Smotrich cancels soda tax, while diabetes looms large in Israel

The Jerusalem Post 28 Mar 2023
... consumption of sugar." ... She pointed out that that sugar consumption is associated a host of afflictions, including obesity and cardiovascular diseases and type two diabetes, which is itself a leading cause for blindness, amputation and chronic renal failure in the Western world.

What Sarah Wilson is quitting now: Entrepreneur who made a fortune when she 'quit sugar' ...

The Daily Mail 28 Mar 2023
'I founded I Quit Sugar a decade ago to help people live healthier by cutting processed sugar out of their lives at a time when there was a pretty low level of public awareness of the links between sugar and chronic diseases,' Sarah said in a public statement ... I Quit Sugar author ...

Losing weight is good for the heart, even if you regain some of it

NBC News 28 Mar 2023
Losing weight — even if some pounds are gained back ​​– may help your heart over the long term. Improvements in blood pressure and blood sugar can help delay heart disease or diabetes ... .

The American Diabetes Association Partners with Elevance Health Foundation to Improve Health Equity with the ...

Longview News-Journal 28 Mar 2023
Less nutritious food choices could lead to poorly managed blood glucose (blood sugar) that puts individuals at higher risk for complications, such as heart disease, chronic kidney disease, blindness, and stroke.

Flights from Ayodhya int’l airport by 2023 end: CM Yogi

Hindustan Times 28 Mar 2023
CM Yogi offered prayers at the Gorakhnath temple on Tuesday. (HT Photo) ... He also released a book on Dr YD Singh and applauded his contribution to containing the dreaded Japanese Encephalitis disease. Referring to the development projects, the CM said, “Ethanol will be produced in the Munderwa sugar mill. This will be supplied to other states ... ....

Almond Oil Market Size, Industry Statistics, Growth Projection, Sales Estimation And Business Overview 2022-2027

MENA FN 28 Mar 2023
(MENAFN - EIN Presswire) Almond Oil Market Almond oil assists in stabilizing blood sugar levels, reducing weight, and inhibiting the risk of various chronic diseases, including cancer. BROOKLYN, ... .

Regular primary care helps prevent diabetes

Billings Gazette 27 Mar 2023
Today we know more about how to prevent complications of diabetes and how to keep people from even developing this disease ... The disease typically occurs when your body loses the ability to regulate blood sugar and the levels rise too high ... Proper blood sugar management can�lower your risk of disease complications by 40%.�.

Sugary drinks a top cause of kidney disease: doctor

Taipei Times 27 Mar 2023
Excessive consumption of sugar has overtaken salt as the leading cause of kidney failure in Taiwan, a kidney disease specialist said ... An overabundance of sugar in food and drink is the most significant cause of kidney disease among young Taiwanese, he said ... People with pre-existing kidney disease should only drink water, he added.

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