Diabetes

The Art and Science of Weight Loss

Sustaining weight loss requires mental and physical commitment. By Paulette Lambert, RD, CDE If you have ever tried to lose weight, you know it’s not easy. To be successful you need some understanding of your behavior, knowledge of the science of weight loss and calorie intake, and some creative problem-solving skills. Even though it’s difficult, […]

Modify Your Lifestyle to Prevent Diabetes

Diabetes is a growing health concern, and lifestyle modifications can play a significant role in prevention. By Paulette Lambert, RD, CDE Diabetes is a chronic disease that has in­creased worldwide in the past decade, nearing epidemic proportions. Today nearly half the US population either has prediabetes or diabetes.1 The grow­ing prevalence of this debilitating con­dition […]

Breakfast Has Benefits – it might even help prevent type 2 Diabetes

Breakfast can boost energy, improve concentration, and stave off weight gain—and it may even help prevent type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes: What Should I Eat?

In an era of abundant food choices and endless fad diets, it can be challenging to determine what to eat—but even more so if you have diabetes.

Veggies During Pregnancy May Protect Against Diabetes

There are countless good reasons to eat vegetables and here’s another one: expectant mothers who eat vegetables every day have children who are less likely to develop type 1 diabetes, according to the results of a study published in Pediatric Diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes: Is There a Cure?

Diabetes is an all-too-frequent diagnosis today for women across the country. Though managing the condition may seem daunting, there is a less complicated dietary solution. By Adele H. Hite, mat, and Eric C. Westman, md, mhs The following made-up scenario represents a situation that is too often repeated in doctors’ examination rooms across the country: […]