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Anti-hyperglycemic activity of Centella asiatica is partly mediated by carbohydrase inhibition and glucose-fiber binding

Posted January 20, 2014

Centella asiatica (C. asiatica) was previously reported to have anti-hyperglycemic effects in animal diabetic model rats. However, its activity on organ and tissue level remains unstudied. Our study aims at exploring the possible effects, C. asiatica extract and insoluble fiber has on carbohydrate absorption, insulin secretion, insulin sensitivity and glucose utilization.

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Hypoglycemic effect of polysaccharides with different molecular weight of Pseudostellaria heterophylla

Posted October 16, 2013

The aims of this study were to evaluate the antidiabetic activity and to detect molecular size of Pseudostellaria heterophylla polysaccharide (PHP). Pseudostellaria heterophylla is a medicine extensively used in traditional Chinese medicine formulas to treat diabetes and its complications.

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Exercise Works for Moderate Hyperglycemia

Posted July 2, 2013

Overweight patients with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance who had moderate glycemic levels prior to starting a short-term workout program achieved better glycemic control than those with higher glycemic levels at baseline, researchers found.

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Vitamin D tied to hypertension, hyperglycemia

Posted April 25, 2011

Low serum levels of vitamin D were linked to increased blood pressure, hyperglycemia, and obesity in an analysis of more than 3,500 American teenagers, a link previously seen in adults. In addition, the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency has increased among all Americans, based on data collected in a national survey during 1988-2006 and presented in a separate report.

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Keeping blood sugar in check good for the heart

Posted July 10, 2009

A new study highlights the importance of good long-term control of blood sugar in people with diabetes. The study found that poor long-term blood sugar control in diabetics is associated with a substantial increase in the risk of dying from ischemic heart disease — the type of heart disease characterized by restricted blood flow to the arteries of the heart.

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Low Glycemic Breakfast May Increase Benefits Of Working Out

Posted April 19, 2009

The benefits of physical activity and a balanced diet are well documented and form the basis of many public health recommendations. This is because each of these factors can independently influence risks for many chronic diseases such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and some forms of cancer.

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Too sick to work? Need health care? Take a number

Posted December 27, 2008

Master toolmaker John McClain built machine parts with details so small they couldn’t be seen with the naked eye. Then a lump on his neck turned out to be cancer

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Salt Lake City Is Best City For Women, Madison Is Best City For Men – USA

Posted December 27, 2008

The editors of Men’s Health and Women’s Health magazines reveal the first-ever ranking of America’s Best & Worst Cities for Women and the eighth annual ranking of America’s Best & Worst Cities for Men. The lists appear in the January/February editions of both magazines, hitting newsstands on Tuesday

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ABB’s New Speed Shot Intensity

Posted November 13, 2008

For athletes who need extra motivation to get going in the gym, or anyone who appreciates a stimulating late afternoon burst of energy, American Body Buildingís new double-dose concentrated shot takes intensity to a whole new level.

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Marketers of Dietary Supplements Ordered to Halt False Claims About Diabetes Prevention and Treatment

Posted November 13, 2008

The marketers of dietary supplements that purportedly prevented and treated diabetes have settled Federal Trade Commission charges that they engaged in deceptive advertising practices.

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