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National Kidney Foundation Recognizes National Kidney Month by Focusing on Diabetes as a leading Risk ...

Daily Freeman 01 Mar 2021
NKF urges everyone to find out if they're the 1 in 3 at risk for developing kidney disease by taking a one-minute quiz at ... But it doesn't have to end up this way; because with careful control of glucose (sugar) levels, there is evidence that you can prevent kidney disease in people with diabetes.- Advertisement - ... About Kidney Disease.

Doctor’s Tip: Chew more, weigh less

Post Independent 01 Mar 2021
Furthermore, food in liquid form causes harmful blood sugar and insulin spikes — versus eating the same food in its natural form ... They go right through the stomach and directly into the blood stream, where they cause disease-promoting sugar and insulin spikes.

Study: Poor quality carbohydrates diet linked to heart attacks

Sify 01 Mar 2021
... disease or not ... The investigators categorised dietary intake of carbohydrates depending on whether specific types of carbohydrates increased blood sugars more than others (high glycemic index) and compared this index to the occurrence of cardiovascular disease or death.

Are you getting the 'right' five-a-day? Two portions of fruit and three servings of vegetables ...

The Daily Mail 01 Mar 2021
Diets rich in fruits and vegetables help reduce risk for numerous chronic health conditions that are leading causes of death, including cardiovascular disease and cancer ... Starchy vegetables, such as peas and corn, fruit juices and potatoes (pictured) were not associated with reduced risk of death from all causes or specific chronic diseases.

Initial studies link added sugar and IBD

Reflector 28 Feb 2021
Do you think it could really be from too much sugar? ... The most common of these are Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis ... A study using mice, which was published last fall in the journal Science Translational Medicine, found evidence that added sugar in the diet can lead to IBD, and also make existing disease worse.

Study links poor quality carbohydrates rich diet to heart attacks, death risk

Hindustan Times 28 Feb 2021
While a balanced diet with an adequate amount of carbohydrates, fats, and sugar is advised to keep diseases at bay, a recent study has pointed out that consuming a diet high in poor quality carbohydrates has many ill effects ... to the occurrence of cardiovascular disease or death.

Five tips on how to love your heart

Kingsport Times-News 28 Feb 2021
Heart disease remains the No ... In an effort to raise awareness around heart health and help prevent heart disease, February is recognized as Heart Month ... Research shows consuming food high in sugar, salt and saturated fat can increase the risk for heart disease ... Cut the salt — and the sugar ... A diet that is low sugar is important, too.

Study identifies cardiovascular risk factors that may lead to pregnancy problems for first-time moms

Technology Org 28 Feb 2021
A new study of first-time pregnant women found risk factors for heart disease, such as obesity and elevated blood sugar, can put expectant moms at higher risk for pregnancy complications and gestational diabetes and also lead to increased chances of high blood pressure, or hypertension, two to seven years after giving birth.

EARC advances work on chickpeas, hemp, sugarbeet

Williston Herald 27 Feb 2021
Aschochyta blight can cause complete crop loss in a field, even on fields that seemingly had no prior history of the disease ... She’s also working on things like fusarium resistance for wheat varieties, and she has studies that delve into sugar beet diseases like Rhizoctonia, as well as taking a closer look at root rots in pulse crops.

Youngsters should not skip regular health check-ups, warn doctors

Indian Express 27 Feb 2021
Sometimes, chronic diseases are silent and can be felt asymptomatic ... “But by setting your routine check, you not only will you come to know about your risk of getting diabetes or heart disease but also the current value of blood sugar and cholesterol ... ALSO READ .From diabetes to sexually transmitted diseases.

DOST to provide food supplies to 62 undernourished children in Nueva Ecija

Manila Bulletin 27 Feb 2021
26 ... He explained that brown rice is a great source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help to control blood sugar levels, lower bad cholesterol, prevent heart disease, and the risk of developing cancer.

Has a startup finally found one of food science’s holy grails with its healthy sugar substitute?

Crunch 26 Feb 2021
First, European indentured servants and enslaved indigenous people’s powered the production of sugar in the Americas. But as native populations died off due to the introduction of European diseases, genocidal attacks, and back-breaking labor, African slaves were brought to the new colonies to work the fields and mills to make refined sugar.