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Add these to your plate to help prevent diabetes

If black beans, cashews and Swiss chard aren't part of your regular diet, it's time to rethink your menu. Eating plenty of these and other magnesium-packed foods is tied to powerful protection from diabetes. According to a new study published this

Diabetic Diet: Healthy Equals Happy

One of the best things diabetics can do to lose weight and maintain a healthy weight without causing their blood sugar to drop is eat several small meals a day instead of two or three large ones. Your small meals should be balanced and consist of

Low-carb Paleo boosts weight loss, burns belly fat, controls diabetes in studies

They eliminated grains, beans, sugar, processed foods and dairy foods from their diets. Other studies have shown that Paleo diets have improved the health of those with type 2 diabetics more successfully than low fat diets. The caveman weight loss plan

The country deemed to have the healthiest eating habits may surprise you

A view of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Netherlands emerged the leader thanks to relatively low food prices, low prevalence of diabetes, and better nutritional diversity than its European rivals. —AFP picPARIS, Jan 17 — Thanks in part to a diet that places

Yoghurt consumption linked to lower diabetes risk

When examined separately from the other low-fat dairy products, yoghurt by itself was associated with a 28-per cent reduced risk of developing diabetes. — AFP picPARIS, Feb 6 — Eating yoghurt and low-fat cheese can cut the risk of developing diabetes

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Diet Plate® seeks to help NHS lower the high cost associated with diabetes

The "British Female Inventor of the Year" runner-up (2002), Kay Illingworth, has started a fresh appeal to the NHS to consider integrating the original portion control diet plate (Diet Plate®) into their treatment of diabetes… Posted: 4 February 2014