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As I discussed in the February 2006 issue, the Atkins Nutritional Approach has four phases, ranging from the most restrictive Induction phase to the Lifetime Maintenance phase.
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Type 1 diabetics who keep their HDL (good) cholesterol levels elevated may be protecting themselves from the development of albuminuria. Researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago say that it remains to be determined whether the elevated HDL is the cause of the protective effect.
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Nutritional recommendations always seem to be changing. One year we’re advised to switch from butter to margarine. A year later, we learn that margarine is worse for us than butter.
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What is a triglyceride, and why do some physicians refer to it as the “ugly fat”?
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Have you seen the movie “Super Size Me”?
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Last year, Stacey Martin, a 41-year-old real estate agent from East Hampton, New York, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. At 270 pounds, the medical community considered her “morbidly obese.”
8 comments - Mar 1, 2005 -
Taken with a low- or modified-fat diet, Australian researchers say that 30 grams of walnuts per day improve the lipid profile of patients with type 2.
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There are two main types of cholesterol, LDL and HDL.
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Liposuction may suck fat from your body and take off pounds, but don’t expect it to improve your type 2 diabetes.
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A South Carolina study indicates that simvastatin (Zocor), an oral “statin” lipid-lowering drug is a potentially beneficial treatment for the inflammatory reaction associated with atherosclerosis.
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