Type 2 Diabetes

Walking After Eating Helps If You Have Type 2 Diabetes

A new study shows that a short walk after eating may help lower blood sugar levels, for people who have type 2 diabetes, more than exercising at other times of the day. Postprandial glycemia is called the measurement of blood sugar and it has been linked with heart disease risk. When study participants took a…

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Why eating late is dangerous

Why eating late is dangerous ?

Normally, at night, you pressure goes down by 10%. But if you eat two hours before bedtime a rush of stress hormones is released and that stops your blood pressure to drop. It keeps “high alert” in your body and while you are sleeping your blood pressure is maintained at daytime levels. This puts you…

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Household Dust – 5 Disgusting Chemicals and How to Eliminate them

Some serious health conditions are linked to the dust chemicals. These include hormone disruption, fertility problems, and cancer.  It’s found, by the researchers, that 90% of the samples of household dust carried more than 10 very harmful chemicals and as many as 45. An assistant professor, Dr. Ami Zota, at George Washington University, said that…

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