Archive for July, 2011
A good article about how your diet affects your risk for heart disease.
A diet high in sodium and low in potassium increases the risk of death from heart disease and other causes, according to a new study.
Publish Date: 07/11/2011 16:00
A recent study by scientists at Newcastle University shows that people suffering with Type 2 Diabetes can reverse their condition and they do not have to go through this debilitating condition lifelong. The Type 2 Diabetes is strongly linked to obesity.
So, in order to fight obesity, people need to do some calorie counting and follow specific diet plans. This particular study showed that full recovery from Type 2 Diabetes was possible by following a strict diet of just 600 calories a day for two months. These research findings were presented at the American Diabetes Association Conference.
“Consult with your doctor before making drastic changes to your diet!”
It is important to note that you should not start any low calorie diet unless you are under the supervision of a physician. The results that showed up at the end of the program have been impressive where many people have actually reversed their diabetes and improved their overall health.
So, what is a low calorie diet?
• Eliminate high calorie, sugary drinks and sodas
• Consume non-starchy vegetables rich in nutrients
• Increased consumption of fruits (high fiber preferable)
• Using healthier oils
• Avoid processed and refined foods
For more information on healthy meal plans and low calorie diets (low fat recipes too), take a look at our Recipe section where you will find many delicious and healthy free recipes compliments of MindBody FX.
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