JAMA Internal Medicine—a peer-reviewed medical journal by the American Medical Association—recently published the results of an independent study that was conducted over a 46-month period. The Norfolk Diabetes Prevention Study (NDPS) investigated the effects of group-based lifestyle intervention (with or without the support (advice) of lay lifestyle volunteers with Type 2 diabetes) to prevent the progression of Type 2 diabetes among a high-risk glycemic population. READ THE FULL ARTICLE Results of the Study Lifestyle intervention (with or without support volunteers) significantly reduced the 2-year risk of type 2 diabetes by 40% - 47%. For every 11 participants treated, 1 diabetes...
To cut down on carbs without sacrificing the joy of the meal, follow these tips for a low-carb Thanksgiving.
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