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Have you caught up with the new kilojoule menu labelling law
which will help Queenslanders make healthier choices at fast food
It is now mandatory for the large fast food chains to display
the kilojoule content of their food and drinks at every
point-of-sale. The new laws apply...
The following article was supplied by Faulding GlucoControl
One of the biggest issues that people living with type 2
diabetes face is how to juggle the best eating and exercise habits
in the face of social, cultural and lifestyle situations that
underpin real life.
When we think about diabetes and food, one of the first things
that often comes to mind is carbohydrate counting.
Despite this, carbohydrate counting is often seen as confusing,
and misunderstood by people living with diabetes and clinicians
A recent study from Germany has looked at using high protein
diets to reduce liver fat in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver
disease (NAFLD) and type 2 diabetes.
NAFLD is a condition where there is too much fat stored in the
liver. Risk factors include being overweight or obese,...
When we eat, not only do we take in nutrients, but also a
significant amount of bacteria.
According to a recent study, this triggers an inflammatory
response that activates our immune systems giving a protective
effect. However, this inflammatory response can fail in...
Someone shared an
image on Reddit claiming to show what goes into making a jar of
The Reddit image shows the proportion of white sugar to the rest
of the ingredients and claims it makes up more than half of
Nutritionist Catherine Saxelby, in 2011,...
A new University of Florida study demonstrates that low levels
of physical activity are associated with higher blood sugar among
adults who are at a healthy weight.
The findings may help explain why up to one-third of adults who
are slender have prediabetes, a condition that puts them at...
One Wonders contributor, Ashleigh Ricardo, offers type 1 tips to
not only survive but thrive during summer.
- Are your
blood glucose levels affected by temperature? Mine certainly are.
So if you are leaving your air conditioned home or...
When it comes to snacks and treats, temptation is all around us
However, the holidays don't have to all be about sweets and
desserts, so try any of these creative fruit treats that are not
only packed full of vitamins and fibre but screaming of...
Aquinas College students between 12 and 15 years of age have
just completed a summer course that may help them avoid chronic
disease for the rest of their lives.
Fourteen students registered for the Need for Feed cooking
program from Monday, 12 December, to Thursday, 15 December,...