Food and Health, Prevention

Maintaining a healthy weight through a balanced diet and regular physical activity may aid in prevention of damaged fat cells...
 
Food and Health

Americans consume only about half as much fiber as recommended. The average intake is a mere 16 grams daily, yet experts tell us that men and women should aim for 38 and 25 grams per day respectively. Getting the right amount – and the right types – of fiber can help you stay regular in ... Fiber: It’s Time to Double Up
 


According to a new study, consuming protein before carbs may produce smaller increases in blood sugar than eating carbs before protein...
 
Food and Health

Though many people think that snacking frequently is good for blood sugar control, weight management, and overall health, researchers have never identified an ideal pattern of eating frequency. In fact, there are several reasons that you may want to cut back on snacking… 
 

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If you need one more reason to eat less meat and more beans, look no further.  A recent study published in Clinical Nutrition looked at data from the PREDIMED study, research of over 3,000 subjects with elevated risk for heart disease, but without type 2 diabetes. The study found that after 4 years, participants with the highest intake of legumes had a 35% reduction in risk for diabetes.