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5 Tips for Eating Good Bacteria

Try some of these probiotics to add more good bacteria to your day.
Eating probiotic-rich foods like kefir, greek yogurt, real sauerkraut, dark chocolate, and artichokes are a great way to get good bacteria in your diet.

Can A Common Germ Cure Diabetes?

One of the most common healthy bacteria in the gut could be a key to curing diabetes, according to new animal research that used an engineered form of the probiotic to create new insulin-creating cells in the intestine.
One of the most common healthy bacteria in the gut, Lactobacillus, could be a key to curing diabetes--probiotics may be used to reproduce new insulin-creating cells in the intestine.

Milk Allergy: Beware of Dark Chocolate

New Food and Drug Administration study found that some dark chocolate may contain milk products.
If you have a milk allergy, be aware that a high proportion of tested dark chocolates contained milk.

Can Whey Protein Control Blood Sugar?

Researchers from Israel believe people with diabetes could benefit from this protein-rich beverage.
Researchers from Israel believe people with Type 2 diabetes could benefit from this whey protein drinks.

Ask the Expert: Government Dietary Standards

Q: I am a type 2 insulin diabetic. Government sources suggest eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. I have noticed my blood sugar reading go very high. Is the advice given wrong for diabetics.

Improving Quality of Diet Decreases Diabetes Risk

While individualization is key to any successful meal plan, a new study found that eating a varied diet containing "quality" foods can cut your risk of developing diabetes.
Eating a varied diet containing "quality" foods can cut your risk of developing diabetes.

A Yogurt a Day May Keep Diabetes at Bay

Eating a low-fat plain yogurt, instead of salty snacks or sugary drinks, may help reduce your risk of diabetes by almost 50%.
In addition to eating more fruits and vegetables, consuming low-fat plain yogurt, in lieu of salty snacks or sugary drinks, may help prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes.

Sweetener Derived From Agave Plant May Help Lower Blood Sugar

A common ingredient in the tequila plant could benefit metabolic health.
A sweetener created from the agave plant, most commonly know for making tequila, has been shown to reduce blood sugar and weight gain in mice, according to a recent research study.

Fish Oils May Help People With Diabetes

Researchers find that omega-3 fatty acids (DHA) can help prevent fatty liver disease and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Eating a diet high in fish, and subsequently omega-3 fatty acids, can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and fatty liver disease

Question About Coconut Sugar

Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC answers a question from a reader on the use of coconut sugar.
Coconut sugar and diabetes. Keith Carlson, RN, BSN, NC-BC, answers a readers question about coconut sugar and blood sugar.
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