According to a new study from King's College in London, trading some of that meat and cheese in your diet for vegetable oils or nuts could actually help stop diabetes from developing!
There's another reason to add walnuts to your diet! New research from the Harvard School of Public Health indicates that walnuts may reduce the risk for Type 2 diabetes in women. The study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, included 138,000 nurses between the ages of 35 and 77 as part of a large, ongoing research of women's health. As part of this study, scientists gathered information on walnut consumption by participants for 10 years starting in 1999
Many studies have linked poor sleep habits with a raised risk of diabetes. Now, new research indicates that regularly having trouble falling or staying asleep, can increase your risk of developing diabetes.