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Archive for June, 2013

'Grazing' Fad Being Put Out to Pasture with New Type 2 Diabetes Study

In recent years, it's been suggested that eating six small meals throughout the day, colloquially referred to as “grazing,” is a better approach to weight loss than the more traditional three squares. The American Diabetes Association has released a ...

Study: 2 Large Meals A Day Leads To More Weight Loss Than 6 Small Meals

“You have to separate between diabetics and non-diabetics,” says Dr. Roslin, “The best treatment for Type 2 Diabetes is to change your eating habits and eat less, and weight loss is a very, very important point.” Dr. Roslin points out that most ...

Two meals a day better than six small: study

Kaoutarani said weight loss can help people control their type 2 diabetes, but said smaller frequent meals are probably a safer strategy to keep blood glucose under control. "It is still important to be in a healthy weight range and to restrict ...

Study says fewer, larger meals better for weight loss

Eating two large meals early and skipping dinner may lead to more weight loss than eating six smaller meals throughout the day, research presented at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions conference this week in Chicago suggests.

Will Eating 2 Meals a Day Help You Lose Weight?

Researchers from the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Prague had 54 people with type 2 diabetes follow a calorie-restricted diet plan consisting of either six mini meals or two large meals: a breakfast between 6 and 10 a.m. and a ...

Fewer, larger meals key to weight loss?

Eating two large meals early and skipping dinner may lead to more weight loss than eating six smaller meals throughout the day, research presented at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions conference this week in Chicago suggests.

Do fewer, larger meals help you lose weight?

Eating two large meals early and skipping dinner may lead to more weight loss than eating six smaller meals throughout the day, research presented at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions conference this week in Chicago suggests.

'Eating too much sugar causes diabetes' and other myths

Fact: Diabetes isn't caused by eating too much sugar or sweets; it's caused by genetics and lifestyle factors. However, eating foods high in sugar, fat, and calories can cause you to become overweight, which increases your risk of developing type 2 ...

Cocoa can help obese people fight diabetes

The researchers reported that several indicators of inflammation and diabetes in the mice that were fed the cocoa supplement were much lower than the mice that were fed the high-fat diet without the cocoa powder and almost identical to the ones found ...

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