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5 Surprising health benefits of broccoli: From lowering cholesterol to supporting weight loss

DNA India 09 Dec 2022
These compounds can help to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals, which can lead to chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease ... This can help to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood, which can lower the risk of heart disease ... Broccoli may help to regulate blood sugar levels.
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“Most doctors do not tell diabetics that their sugar can drop and it can be dangerous”

The Times of India 09 Dec 2022
Dheeraj Kapoor, Chief – Endocrinology, Artemis Hospital Gurugram explains, “High blood sugars are often talked about because we've been told that they cause complications like the cardiac disease, stroke, neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy, which means, uh, kidney damage, nerve damage, eye damage ... Signs of low blood sugar.
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Topical Drug Delivery Global Market Report 2022: Ukraine-Russia War Impact

Victoria Advocate 09 Dec 2022
NEW YORK, Dec ... Read the full report. https.//www.reportlinker.com/p06371403/?utm_source=PRN ... The growing prevalence of diabetes is expected to propel the growth of the topical drug delivery market going forward.Diabetes is a group of diseases that affect how the body uses blood sugar and results in high blood sugar levels ... Read the full report ... US ... Intl.
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Survivor: Navigating nutrition and aging

Tyler Morning Telegraph 08 Dec 2022
Eating a variety of foods with little to no added sodium, saturated fats, and sugar reduces risk for conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.Aim for more quality-of-life years ... Get rid of the saltshaker ... Sliced fruits and vegetables and nuts make great on the go snacks and help stabilize blood sugar. Stay hydrated ... Be flexible.
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Ghanaians urged to adopt healthy lifestyles

Business Ghana 08 Dec 2022
The club members yesterday were screened on sugar levels, eye, body mass index, atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases risk level, laboratory tests and were offered medical consultations as well. Atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases refer to the build-up of cholesterol plaque in the walls of the arteries, causing obstruction of blood flow.
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Winter superfood: Wonderful benefits of Nolen Gur in winter; lip-smacking recipes to try

Hindustan Times 08 Dec 2022
Jaggery also works well in cold weather, as it prevents constipation, boosts energy levels when you are feeling dull and also soothes the aches and pains related to the season ... "For many deadly diseases, refined sugar is a known culprit. Choosing jaggery over refined sugar is healthy as it contains molasses which has good nutritional values ... 1 ... 2 ... 3.
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Right at Home

Cleveland Jewish News 08 Dec 2022
3 Ways to Improve Your Quality of Life ... Staying independent ... Having a Positive Mindset ... “Studies have shown an indisputable link between having a positive outlook and health benefits like lower blood pressure, less heart disease, better weight control and healthier blood sugar levels,” notes health columnist Jane Brody of The New York Times ... .
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New Research Shows Two Cups of Tea a Day May Keep the Doctor Away

Victoria Advocate 07 Dec 2022
For decades, research has consistently demonstrated flavan-3-ols' ability to help reduce the risk of diet-related conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes by helping to improve blood pressure, blood flow, cholesterol levels and blood sugar ... improving, disease.
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Dr. Mitch Shulman: Keeping hydrated, even in the winter, is important

Victoria Advocate 07 Dec 2022
Avoid excessive amounts of sugar or artificially sweetened beverages, cream or artificial whiteners. Better to drink your coffee black or with two per cent or skim milk than having what amounts to a liquid dessert filled with fat and sugar ... Most fruit juices unfortunately have too much sugar to recommend them.
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Parkinson`s aid improved blood pressure in teens with Type 1 diabetes: Study

Zeenews 07 Dec 2022
People with T1D, a lifelong, chronic condition in which the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin to control blood sugar levels, have a higher risk of developing heart disease than those without the condition ... .
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FDA report says agency's food unit lacks leadership

The Buffalo News 07 Dec 2022
Dr ... People are also reading… ... 17 ... Congressional lawmakers and others have long called for strengthening the authority and influence of the agency's food division, given the effects of foods such as added sugar and salt on deadly chronic diseases and the toll of foodborne illnesses that account for an estimated 128,000U.S ... Rep ... ....
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HIV 'wonder drug' seeing dropouts due to side effects

The Times of India 07 Dec 2022
From being a borderline diabetic, Nayar said he has now has high sugar levels, besides gaining eight kilos ... "Many previous ART medicines led to kidney disease and even neurological complications but we haven't seen such severe problems with DTG," he said.
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Food without the stuffing

Wharton Journal Spectator 07 Dec 2022
In consuming such a meal, your body can experience “a sudden spike in blood sugar as carbohydrates are converted into glucose,” he says ... “Most people in the United States don’t eat a healthy diet and consume too much sodium, saturated fat, and sugar, increasing their risk of chronic diseases,” the report goes on to say.
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High sugar level, BP lead to kidney failure: City doctors

The Times of India 06 Dec 2022
While uncontrolled blood pressure, blood sugar or ... Noted urologist and managing director of Hospital, Dr Satyajit , said while high blood pressure and blood sugar were the prime causes of kidney ailments, some auto immune diseases and excessive medication also add to this problem.
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Ask the doctors 12/6

The Spokesman-Review 06 Dec 2022
In the past few years alone, reputable studies have linked the gut microbiome to blood sugar control, Type 1 diabetes, a variety of neurodegenerative diseases, some chronic gastrointestinal disorders, immunity and immune disorders, mood, depression and mental health.

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