Tag: diabetes

My name is Daria and I have been living with Type 1 Diabetes for over 15 years, since I was a kid of just 5 years-old. I'd like to share with you how I keep ...

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Even though numerous studies have proven that tobacco has adverse effects on human health, millions of people are still not ready to quit. They refuse to let ...

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Diabetes occurs when the insulin-resisting properties in the body are obstructed. In cases of Type-2 a person's body fails to produce enough insulin, or their ...

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People who work in sedentary jobs, often sitting for hours on end at a desk, not only have to put up with hectic, stressful deadlines, but also end up worrying ...

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Working 9-to-5, working out and keeping up with being that social butterfly. We live manic, stressful lives, and some of us don’t know how and when to stop. ...

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Monk fruit or luo han guo (Siraitia grosvenorii) is a small green melon native to Southern China and Northern Thailand. It was apparently used by 13th-century ...

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Grass jelly, is a dessert that looks like jelly, hence the name, and is very popular mainly in Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Malaysia and Southeast ...

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Nigella seeds or black cumin (Nigella sativa) are an anciently known, old spice, they were found in Tutankhamun’s tomb, and the Old Testament Bible mentioned ...

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Astragalus has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for a long time and is generally considered as a tonic and reinforce your 'Qi' (pron: 'chi', ...

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Brown rice, may not seem as huge a popular favourite as it should be; not because it lacks taste by any means but rather because of the extra time it takes to ...

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Haricot (aka in the US, 'navy') beans are probably more commonly known in their role as baked beans. How often do we take beans on toast for a quick warm lunch ...

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Apples are so common, they may be taken for granted (try making one!) but this mainstay of the fruit bowl may not have been getting the credit it deserves. Did ...

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Diabetes is the 7th most deadly disease affecting over 420 million people globally with numbers sadly on the rise. Its main characteristic is the loss of ...

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I have to be honest, I had no idea what adzuki (aka English red mung) beans were up until last year... On a typical weekday afternoon, I was strolling through ...

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Despite their endless benefits for your body, brussels sprouts still don't seem to get enough recognition and attention. They are most popular in winter: ...

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