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Cut Diabetes Risk in Half With This Decadent Dessert

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People with diabetes are routinely warned they should avoid sweets. But surprising new research finds chocolate actually helps prevent the blood sugar disease.

A study just published in the journal Appetite found that people who never or rarely ate chocolate are at greater risk for diabetes. In fact, they have almost twice the risk compared to those who eat chocolate at least once a week.

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Why You Should Eat a Handful of Nuts Every Day

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An exhaustive medical analysis has revealed the amazing health benefits of nuts. Eating three-quarters of an ounce—about a handful—a day lowers your risk of diabetes, heart and respiratory diseases, and cancer.

The study, published in the journal BMC Medicine, was led by researchers from Imperial College London and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

The massive analysis examines health data from 819,000 subjects across 29 international studies.

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One Soda a Day Doubles Diabetes Risk… Even If It’s Diet

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It’s well established that drinking sugary soda can lead to obesity, diabetes, and many other health problems. But many people think they are protecting themselves by opting for zero-calorie diet soda instead.

We’ve said for years that diet sodas aren’t any healthier for you. And now, a new study confirms what we’ve known all along…

Drinking the equivalent of just over one can of soda a day more than doubles the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to Swedish researchers.

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The Artificial Sweetener Industry Pays Off Scientists, Hides Health Dangers

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The artificial sweetener industry has conspired to hide the dangers of its products while spreading false information that they are beneficial to health.

That’s the damning conclusion of a new international study. Researchers from four universities did an exhaustive analysis of 31 artificial sweetener studies published between 1978 and 2014.1

They uncovered secret payoffs to scientists doing studies on artificial sweeteners.

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Before You Have Weight-Loss Surgery, Do This

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A group of 45 medical societies is calling for bariatric surgery to become a standard treatment for diabetes.1

Until now, this procedure was a last resort for weight loss. It involves stapling, binding, or removing part of the stomach. It costs an average of $14,500 and insurance usually doesn’t cover it.2

About 17% of patients have complications. These include nutrient deficiencies, infections, internal bleeding, and intestinal blockages.

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How Energy-Saving Lights Wreck Your Health

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

When science introduced LED lighting to the world, energy experts and the public were ecstatic.

LEDs (light emitting diodes) use one-tenth the electricity of regular incandescent bulbs and half the power of fluorescents. They last for decades before burning out. And over the life of a single bulb, they save consumers $100.1

Governments quickly embraced the new technology. LEDs are now in wide use for street and outdoor public lighting.

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