- Have you been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and are wondering what you can and can’t eat and drink?
- Have you been told that losing some weight would be good for your Type 2 diabetes?
- Would you like to know how diet and activity can help reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes?
Welcome to Diabetes Diet Choices
When it comes to chromium and Type 2 diabetes, does more mean better? Chromium supplements are often advertised as being helpful for Type 2 diabetes. For example, one new product on the market claims that ‘it is old news that chromium helps to maintain Read More »
Why do we eat when we’re not hungry? A new book about emotional eating has the answers Stop Overeating by Dr Jane McCartney explores all the triggers that can drive people to eat when they are not hungry, and suggests some practical ways to Read More »
A new study into the effects of a very low carbohydrate/ high fat diet in people with Type 2 diabetes has shown greater improvements in diabetes control, compared to a high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet. The trial was carried out in Australia by a team of Read More »
If you have Type 2 diabetes or are at risk of it, should you be eating a low-carbohydrate diet? This hot topic flared again last week when an international group of researchers published an article in the journal Nutrition. In the article, Dr Richard Read More »
If you are fascinated by food and its power over us, you’ll relish this book The promise of The Weight Issue is ‘How to make an individual weight loss plan based on medical evidence’. Its author, Dr Alison Oates, is a doctor who Read More »