A breakthrough study from Israel showed why one-size-fits all diets simply don’t work.
Ageing and other health conditions can both complicate matters when it comes to managing this condition.
Low-carbohydrate diets worked as well as meal-replacement diets in achieving remission.
Latest meta-analysis shows weight loss is the most important factor in achieving remission.
We’ve discovered a new protein produced by the liver, and found it helps control blood sugar levels in mice. This could revolutionise the way we treat type 2 diabetes in the future.
The human body is built to adapt to the sudden stress of overeating.
Do mutations that alter the addition of sugars to the coat of the virus affect the severity of the disease?
A key part of preventing secondary medical problems from diabetes involves glucose monitoring. For National Diabetes Month, a researcher describes her work on a self-powered monitor.
The days when health messages focus only on exercise that gets us out of breath could be coming to an end.
A recent study was reported to have found that eating pasta wouldn’t make you put on weight, This is actually true, so long as you’re following a low GI diet.
A hot bath burns calories, helps control blood sugar and keeps your blood vessels healthy. What’s not to like?
Researchers have found that cutting sugar out of kids’ diets can improve their blood pressure, cholesterol readings and other markers of metabolic health.
“Hangry” is an amalgam of hungry and angry that describes the distinct grumpiness that some people experience when they haven’t eaten for a while. Ring a bell?
Using insulin pumps to treat Type 1 diabetes in children is more effective at controlling blood sugar and causes fewer infections…