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Apples, Berries, and Tea: Flavanols Effective for BP Lowering?

safety-lane.com 07105http://www.healthy-lane.comNEWARKchiropractic-lane.com Apples, Berries, and Tea: Flavanols Effective for BP Lowering? A high intake of dietary flavanols, compounds found in plant-based foods, is associated with significantly lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure, new research shows. The results reinforce the message that dietary interventions, especially those that emphasize fruits and vegetables, “can have a beneficial effect on… Read more »

Metformin Linked to Reduced Cognitive Decline, Dementia Risk

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com Metformin Linked to Reduced Cognitive Decline, Dementia Risk Older people taking metformin, the first-line treatment for type 2 diabetes, show significantly lower rates of dementia and cognitive decline compared to those with diabetes not receiving the drug, with the former having dementia rates that are, in fact, similar to people without diabetes, new research shows. “After… Read more »

Exercise Cuts Diabetes Death Risk by a Third

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com/ Exercise Cuts Diabetes Death Risk by a Third Type 2 diabetes patients could lower their risk for death from any cause by up to a third by exercising at a moderate to high level or by cycling, according to data from two studies reported at the virtual annual meeting of the European Association for the… Read more »

More Proof That High White Rice Intake Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk

  safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com/ More Proof That High White Rice Intake Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk Consuming more than 3 cups/day of white rice significantly increases the risk of diabetes compared with eating lower amounts, a new analysis of the multinational, multiethnic Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study suggests. In addition, the results show that those living in… Read more »

Hot Tubs Improve A1c, BMI, and Blood Pressure in Type 2 Diabetes

 safety-lane.com 07105NEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com/ chiropractic-lane.com Hot Tubs Improve A1c, BMI, and Blood Pressure in Type 2 Diabetes Frequent hot tub bathing had a positive impact on glycemia, blood pressure, and body weight in patients with type 2 diabetes, in the first real-world study to analyze the effect of this type of heat therapy in such individuals. “The data from our analysis… Read more »

Even Moderate Drinking May Raise Hypertension Risk in Diabetes

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com/ Even Moderate Drinking May Raise Hypertension Risk in Diabetes New research suggests that even moderate alcohol consumption may raise hypertension risk in adults with type 2 diabetes (T2D). Investigators analyzed data from over 10,000 adults participating in the ACCORD trial and found that moderate alcohol consumption raised the odds of elevated blood pressure (BP), stage I hypertension, and… Read more »

20 Effective Tips to Lose Belly Fat (Backed by Science)

safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKhttp://www.healthy-lane.com/   20 Effective Tips to Lose Belly Fat (Backed by Science) We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Here’s our process. Belly fat is more than a nuisance that makes your clothes feel tight. It’s seriously harmful. This… Read more »

22 effective tips to lose belly fat, according to experts

chiropractic-lane.comNEWARKsafety-lane.com 07105http://www.healthy-lane.com/ 22 effective tips to lose belly fat, according to experts isceral fat, also known as abdominal or ‘belly’ fat, is fat that develops around your mid-section, surrounding vital organs like your liver and pancreas. It’s different to subcutaneous fat, which you can pinch with your hands. In healthy amounts, subcutaneous fat has several important… Read more »

Good Lifestyle Choices Prevent Kidney Disease as Well as CV Disease

 safety-lane.com 07105chiropractic-lane.comNEWARK http://www.healthy-lane.com/ Good Lifestyle Choices Prevent Kidney Disease as Well as CV Disease Many of the same healthy lifestyle choices recommended for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) also stall the development of chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to a new systematic review and meta-analysis in a healthy adult population. “No evidence-based lifestyle recommendations for the primary… Read more »

A Visual Guide to PCOS

 safety-lane.com 07105http://www.healthy-lane.com/chiropractic-lane.com NEWARK A Visual Guide to PCOS What Is It? Polycystic ovary syndrome is a hormonal disorder that affects millions of women. Sometimes it’s called Stein-Leventhal syndrome. All bodies need both “male” and “female” hormones to work right, but a woman with PCOS has too much of the male kind. This creates problems with your… Read more »