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Can Diabetics Eat Fruit?

Can Diabetics Eat Fruit?

Every day, you strategically map out your diabetes meal plan. You count your carbohydrates, limit your sweets, and choose your beverages carefully: a vegetable here, a piece of fruit there, and voila! And then it hits you: Can diabetics eat fruit?

It’s a logical question to ask, considering that fruit contains

Fight High Blood Pressure Symptoms with Garlic

Fight High Blood Pressure Symptoms with Garlic

If garlic had been created in a test tube, it would most certainly be a very high-priced prescription drug! Why? Taking garlic has an abundance of health benefits! In fact, it has been used medicinally for at least 3,000 years.

Vegetarian and Vegan Diets Are Becoming More Mainstream

If you think you’ll be missing out on a host of nutrients if you eat vegetarian or vegan, think again: Vegetarian and vegan diets are healthful and nutritionally adequate if they are appropriately planned, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Studies show that vegetarians and vegans tend to

Ask the Experts: Alzheimer’s Diagnosis; Blood Groups; Kefir

Q. Our father’s doctor has told us our father is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. He hasn’t told our father, and we’re unsure if we should, since it’s such upsetting news. Can you advise us on the best way to proceed?
A. I sympathize with your dilemma, and understand

Divorce and Widowhood: A Risk for Alcohol Abuse Disorder

Divorce and loss of a spouse are frequently precursors to alcohol use disorder (AUD), according to a recent Swedish study of 942,366 men and women. On the upside, remarriage offers protective benefits against subsequent AUD, researchers found, due to many marriage benefits, including spousal monitoring and moderating one another’s health-related

High-Protein Diets May Benefit Heart Health, But Carbs Are Still Vital

High-Protein Diets May Benefit Heart Health, But Carbs Are Still Vital

High-protein diets have been a popular weight-loss trend for a while now. Plenty of people have boosted their protein intake, lowered their carbohydrate consumption, and watched the pounds disappear.
But is a high-protein diet right for those who are older and who have heart disease or related risk factors? Experts

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