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A coeliac disease vaccine that aims to protect patients
from the harmful effects of gluten has entered Phase 2 clinical
Research is showing that up to 10 per cent of people with type 1
diabetes also live with coeliac disease, often undiagnosed, as the
general symptoms of...
By Dale Cooke
Accredited Practising Dietitian
Is low carbohydrate eating an option for your
Low carb eating has been featured in the media for quite some
Diabetes Queensland health practitioners regularly receive
queries about whether...
Despite the Queensland fruit and vegetable industry facing
damaging threats and loss of income from food terrorists, the
Brisbane Produce Market Annual Charity Mango Auction again raised
thousands of dollars for Diabetes Queensland's members.
The 2018 Mango King, Domenico...
A report published by the Joslin Diabetes Centre in Boston has
outlined that one amino acid, alanine, may produce a short-term
lowering of glucose levels by altering energy metabolism in the
Type 2 diabetes is driven by many metabolic pathways, with some
pathways driven by...
By Katie Allison
Accredited Practising Dietitian, Diabetes NSW &
You are not alone if you think healthy eating comes with a hefty
price tag. Many Australians believe that healthy foods cost more
than packaged, convenient or fast food, but this is not necessarily
Being diagnosed withtype 2 diabetes, or any other chronic
health condition, can be scary, unwanted and difficult to cope
Not only can this news be overwhelming for the person living
with diabetes but it can also create stress for their family
While bariatric surgery may achieve remarkable levels of
diabetes remission, enthusiasm for the procedure should be tempered
by a few caveats, according to Dr John Wentworth, an
endocrinologist at Monash University.
According to a report published in The Limbic, Dr Wentworth...
With a growing body of research linking gut health with
conditions such as cancer, obesity, and auto-immune diseases,
Australia's national science agency has launched a new diet focused
on improving gut health.
TheCSIRO Healthy Gut Diet includes a series...
There is not enough evidence yet to support low-carb diets for
people with type 1 diabetes, a new position statement from Diabetes
However, a low-carb diet may help and be safe for some people
with type 2 diabetes, the paper reports.
Elisa Black, Research reporter, The Advertiser
Consumers falsely believe drinks such as juice are healthy
because of the misleading use of health stars, with 85 per cent
displaying five stars even though they contain more than the
recommended daily intake of sugar, research...