Posts Tagged ‘Diabetes

Low-fat diet may not increase diabetes risks

Posted by: admin on: December 14, 2011

While the low-fat diet craze led some doctors to worry that Americans would instead start eating too many carbohydrates, a new study suggests that eating low-fat doesn’t have to increase carbohydrate-fueled health risks. Team@CMHF

Compared to other hypoglycemic GLP-1 analogs, injectable liraglutide marketed by Novo Nordisk has reiterated its position as an efficient and safe post prandial glycemic level controller. Here is the study. Team@CMHF

Treatment guidelines are freely available. However, there are limited data on clinical outcomes comparing different treatment schedules. Here is how the evidence based medicine evolved as far as diabetes is concerned.         Team@CMHF

Full Fat and Diabetes — More Cream, Please?

Posted by: admin on: December 9, 2011

The topic is “can full-fat dairy products reduce diabetes risk?” from a new study published in the Annals of the Internal Medicine. Here’s why it matters. Low fat or full fat — which to choose? Grocery shelves are filled with low-fat dairy products. We eat them to be healthier even if they don’t taste as […]

Best exercise for improving heart health

Posted by: admin on: December 8, 2011

Lifestyle management is the need of the hour with hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia and cardiovascular risks on the rise. Here is a tip for the kind of exercise you need to get to reduce your risks.   Team@CMHF

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