Hit the Hay to Prevent Prediabetes


More than one out of three American adults gets too little sleep (1). In the long term, a sleep debt increases the risk of several chronic health problems including type 2 diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Even in the short term, failing to get adequate sleep increases insulin resistance in both healthy people and those with diabetes and prediabetes. Prioritizing sleep is an important tool to ...

You are unauthorized to view this page. Login if you are a paid member or have purchased a course.

To purchase a course, click here

To purchase a membership, click here

10% off code for membership or classes: TRY10NOW


Become a premium member today and get access to hundreds of articles and handouts plus our premium tools!

Upcoming Posts

Comparing Salad Dressings

UP NEXT IN Food and Health, Prevention
The Right Combination of Eating Pattern and Bacteria May Limit Cancer Progression

Do We Still Need to Fear MSG?

New Products Available Now

Published on Categories ingredients, Premium, diet and heart disease, news and updates, sodium researchTags , , , , , ,