…  to avoid weight gain from insulin use and from treating diabetic lows By Sheri R. Colberg, PhD, FACSM It’s possible to gain weight from treating too many bouts of hypoglycemia. I addressed this topic over a decade ago, but it remains …  still calories.) You may find that cutting back on refined carbohydrates that require more insulin to cover them, exercising regularly, …

…  weight is not easy, especially if you have a lot of it to lose. These tips and tricks will help you on your journey to a …  a moderate lunch and end with a light and early supper.•Use a small plate or bowl for your meals, to help you eat less.•Cut out oil …

…  than 20 per cent, according to a first-ever University of Guelph study. Prof. Alison Duncan, Department of Human Health and …  can significantly improve your body’s response to the carbohydrates. Replacing half a serving of rice with lentils caused blood glucose to drop by up to 20 per cent. Replacing potatoes with …

…  ketogenic (keto) diet is having its moment. What do all of these diets have in common? They all focus on manipulating (or virtually …  as a source of energy. I say ‘second choice’ because some of our brain cells can only use glucose (or carbohydrates) for energy. …

…  appropriately and eating healthily can be a sign of an underlying infection or an indication that your body is no longer …  soon as possible. Type 1 diabetics (those that exclusively use insulin injections to control their blood sugar levels) can adjust their …

…  disorders of lipid and carbohydrate metabolisms result in diseases such as hypertension, …  the lecture, Professor Adedeji said: “Lipids (fats) and carbohydrates (sugars) are the major sources of energy by the body for daily …  level in blood, produces lesion (atheroma) which causes damage and reduction of the lumen (or inner diameter). This reduces blood …