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Why You Should Never Leave the TV On in Your Bedroom

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, General Health, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research

Before bed, be sure to draw the curtains, turn off all the lights, and don’t leave the TV on.

That’s the advice from a new study out of Northwestern University  showing that even a small amount of light at night can harm your heart health and increase your insulin resistance.[1]

Dr. Phyllis Zee led the study. “Just a single night of exposure to moderate room light during sleep can impair glucose and cardiovascular regulation, which are risk factors for heart disease, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome,” she said.… Read More

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Wine with Dinner Cut Diabetes Risk

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, General Health by INH Research

People with blood sugar issues are often advised to stay away from alcohol. But a major new study shows that a glass of wine with dinner actually reduces diabetes risk.[1]

Researchers at Tulane University analyzed 11 years of health data for 312,400 current drinkers. The scientists found that wine—in moderation with meals—cuts your chances of developing diabetes by 14%.[2]

The benefits do not extend to beer or hard liquor.… Read More

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Eating One Egg Has a Surprising Effect on Your Blood Sugar

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, General Health by INH Research

For decades, mainstream doctors told us we should avoid eggs. They warned that the cholesterol in eggs would clog our arteries, which could trigger a heart attack.

Researchers have now discovered this is nonsense.

Eggs are a rich source of bioactive compounds that have a wide range of beneficial effects on health. And it turns out that the dietary cholesterol in eggs does not clog arteries.[1]… Read More

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Coffee Fights Diabetes, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, General Health by INH Research

If you’re struggling with type 2 diabetes, your doctor is not likely to recommend is that you drink more coffee.

But a major study suggests he should. The research found strong evidence that coffee reduces blood sugar.

The study was presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes. Many of the world’s top diabetes experts gather at this annual conference.[1]… Read More

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It’s Secretly Sabotaging Your Blood Sugar

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, General Health by INH Research

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced recently that more Americans than ever have blood sugar issues.

More than half of American adults have type 2 diabetes or prediabetes.

It’s a full-blown epidemic.  

 

Since the 1950s, the incidence of diabetes has soared by more than 900% in the U.S.

If you have blood sugar issues, your doctor has likely advised you that obesity causes diabetes and that you should lose weight. Read More

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The Worst-Case Scenario for Diabetics

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Featured Article by INH Research

Type 2 diabetes can destroy your quality of life in many ways. It can cause severe fatigue, erectile dysfunction, vision loss, hearing impairment, heart disease, and even Alzheimer’s. 

But the common diabetes complication that is most feared may be the loss of a limb.  

When type 2 diabetes progresses, patients often suffer neuropathy. This is nerve and circulation damage caused by high blood sugar. Read More