‘I found out that I’m actually pre-diabetic so I need your help,’ the TV presenter said.
A diabetic football fan who could barely walk is back on his feet - after having both legs amputated. Ben Neil, 37, was left virtually housebound due to complications with type 1 diabetes which he struggled with since his teens. He was desperate
At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
The horrifying moment a driver flipped their car after losing consciousness behind the wheel has been caught on camera. In video shared with the Daily Mail, the motorist can be seen swerving repeatedly across the road and on to the grass verge on
They carry you around all day, but you rarely give them a second thought - until something goes wrong. While many foot issues are caused by everyday wear and tear, others can be a sign of something more serious. Here are seven foot problems
Sitting is not the "new smoking", according to an Australian study that found no link between total sitting time and an increased risk of diabetes. See also: 10 foods to help regulate blood sugar See also: 7 ways diabetes affects
Could breakfast be bad for our health? “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” say the experts. Instead Terence Kealey believes breakfast is a “dangerous meal” that could actually be as harmful to our health as smoking cigarettes.
In a nutshell, diabetes is a lifelong condition that makes someone’s blood sugar levels become too high. And while you can live a relatively normal life with it, it’s much better to try and prevent it.There are two main types of diabetes – one and two. But only Type 2, which 90% of UK adults with diabetes have, can actually be prevented.Doing so mostly involves getting more active and eating well. According to Diabetes UK, here are a few small things you can do to help without totally overhauling your lifestyle.Going on a diet? Here’s what you need to know5 new health trends you should totally ignore this year (and why)
The foods you eat have a direct effect on your blood sugar - and managing blood glucose levels is the key to weight loss, as well as preventing and managing type 2 diabetes. Here are 10 foods that can help to stabilise your blood sugar levels.
Type 2 diabetes can wreak havoc on your health and affect your body in many ways. While lifestyle changes can help keep diabetes under control, many patients require oral medications or insulin injections as forms of treatment, too. Type 2
Waking up before sunrise isn’t usually something people do voluntarily. The bad news is that waking up before the sun does could also be harming our health, as scientists from Melbourne, Australia have found that it causes ‘social jet lag’.
Scientists from the University of Tokyo established the link after looking at data from 21 observational studies, involving more than 300,000 people. The study is being presented at a meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes in Munich. Naveed Sattar, professor of metabolic medicine at the University of Glasgow, agreed that there was considerable evidence linking sleep disturbances and diabetes.
Keep in mind that these weren’t hardcore coffee drinkers - who knows how the results would have changed if these people were necking 4-5 cups a day instead. It’s not totally understood what coffee’s effects on the body are, but several studies have found it to have other health benefits, from reducing the risk of developing type two diabetes or relieving pain, to helping with depression.
Unfortunately for those of us with busy work schedules (or heavy weekend plans), sleeping less than seven hours has been shown to mess with your glucose metabolism. A report by the Royal Society For Public Health found that Brits are just missing out on the seven hour mark and are instead averaging 6.8 hours sleep per night.