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Diabetes is a growing health concern, with more and more cases being diagnosed each year. Learn the proper way to eat and exercise to keep your weight and blood sugar under control. Losing weight is a great step in the fight to control diabetes, and our experts' blogs can help keep you informed about the safe and healthy ways to develop a plan that's right for you.More Diet Blogs:
|Dr. Terri Orbuch
Terri Orbuch is a psychologist, Oakland University professor, and research professor at The University of ...
Alicia is an American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer and a Weight & Lifestyle Management ...
Melissa Wall is a Womens Ab Expert and founder of WomensAbWorkout.com. With over seven years of training and ...
|Cure Your Sweet Tooth with Stevia
Posted @ 6:00am ET on February 10, 2014
Blog: Arielle's Fitness Blog
By Arielle Novak
I have been experimenting with stevia extract to make desserts! Stevia extract is a sweetener that can be used in place of sugar. This sugar substitute is actually from the stevia plant, so it's natural! It is a great way to get a sweet taste without ...
|Top Healthy Foods to Lower Blood Pressure
Posted @ 6:00am ET on January 20, 2014
Blog: Real Moms Love To Eat
How do you handle pressure? Do you lose your cool or do you just avoid certain situations? I know I do a little of both, it just depends on the day! Over 74 million adults in the United States have high blood pressure and most of them don't even know it. ...
|Avoid an Insulin Response
Posted @ 8:00am ET on August 14, 2013
Blog: Mind Over Platter
Join Rosa Smith on her new Diet.com series - The ABCs of Weight Loss A: Avoid an insulin response Weight management is a healthy side benefit when you manage blood sugar. Americans are overfed and under nourished. The Standard American Diet, (SAD), is ...
|Danger of Being a Desperate Dieter
Posted @ 9:00am ET on February 22, 2013
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
Many dieters share a feeling of desperation. Though that feeling is common, doing desperate things to lose weight will quickly take that desperation to a higher and more dangerous level. According to one article in USA Today, women with type 1 ...
|Fed. Govt. Abandons Huge Failed Diet Study
Posted @ 11:00am ET on November 27, 2012
Blog: Where Science Meets Sin
Unbelievably, a large federal study recently found that diet and weight loss DID NOT reduce, strokes, heart attacks or cardiovascular deaths with overweight diabetics. In fact, the study was stopped 2 years ahead of schedule, because it just wasnít ...
|Soda: Nothin' But Trouble!
Posted @ 8:00am ET on November 19, 2012
Blog: Dietitian Consult
In my personal opinion, I'm not a fan of soda in general. Whenever someone is interested in weight loss, I always start with what they're drinking. I've also written multiple times in my blog about my distaste for the calorie-filled fizz. It's high in ...
|The Insulin-Resistance Diet
Posted @ 9:00am ET on November 7, 2012
Blog: Diet Write
Does it seem like you've been dieting your entire life yet never enjoying the weight loss you crave? If you're tired of starving yourself, giving up all of your favorite foods, feeling deprived, and exhausting yourself with exercise and still not ...
|Saturated Fats: Looking Beyond Calories
Posted @ 9:00am ET on September 26, 2012
Blog: Diet Talk from the Doc
Saturated fats in the diet may affect insulin functions, potentially raising the risks for diabetes, ovarian diseases and other potential health problems, according to research. These findings supplement what we already know about saturated fats and how ...
|Oh Sugar, Sugar!
Posted @ 9:00am ET on August 21, 2012
Blog: The Pursuit of Ultimate Wellness
By Alicia Kirschenheiter
How we so love you, let us count the ways. The public's obsession with sugar is a growing phenomenon leading the way to various health issues, ranging from mildly irritating conditions to drastic disease. Of course, there's also the impact that sugar is ...