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In a recent University of Michigan study, rats bred to develop high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and impaired glucose tolerance received a diet that included at least one percent freeze-dried powdered whole tart cherries for a period of ninety days.
0 comments - Jun 15, 2007 - Not Yet Rated
We are a nation of fatties, according to the World Health Organization, but we’re not the fattest in the world. That dubious honor goes to seven Pacific Island nations, whose population of the rotund varies from 78 percent in Palau to a staggering 94 percent in the (geographically) tiny island nation of Nauru. Nearly 31 percent of Nauruians have type 2 diabetes.
0 comments - Apr 30, 2007 -
Caramel Sin, Inc., has concocted a line of condiments called Fools, natural fruit-based spreads and relishes with no added sweeteners of any sort. They were created by a foodie/filmmaker who’s found fans for his Fools among Hollywood’s finest.
0 comments - Apr 23, 2007 -
Curious Cookie makes some really good cookies. I had intended to eat one while writing this review, but curiously, there were none left. The staff had eaten the entire sample pack.
1 comment - Apr 23, 2007 -
Miracle Muffins have truly created a miracle—they’ve managed to make a muffin mix without any traditional muffin ingredients. Miracle muffins contain no flour, sugar, butter, or oil. Just add water, mix, and bake, and you’ve got a dozen fiber-full muffins in any one of several unusual flavors, including black cherry and cinnamon green tea.
0 comments - Apr 23, 2007 -
Researchers from Penn State, published in the February 7, 2007 Cell Metabolism, have discovered that when mice are deprived of only a single amino acid, their metabolisms are fooled into thinking they are starving. In response, they stop synthesizing new fats and they use up all their fat stores, losing 97 percent of their body fat in the process.
0 comments - Mar 15, 2007 -
New York, NY - According to NY Department of Health and Mental Hygiene report released January 30, 2007, one in eight adults in New York City has diabetes. Among those, African Americans have one of the highest rates at nearly 14.5%. Nationwide 2.6 million African Americans over the age of 20 have diabetes. That’s 10 African Americans for every 6 white Americans with diabetes. Of the 2.8 million African Americans with diabetes, only 1.5 million have been diagnosed. An estimated 730,000 don’t even know they have the disease!
0 comments - Mar 13, 2007 -
BOSTON - March 1, 2007 - A new study from Joslin Diabetes Center may shed light on why some people can eat excessive amounts of food and not gain weight or develop type 2 diabetes, while others are more likely to develop obesity and this most common form of diabetes on any diet.
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On December 5, 2006, the New York City Board of Health officially voted to ban trans fats from New York City food establishments and mobile food unit commissaries.
0 comments - Feb 1, 2007 - Not Yet Rated
Dreamfields Healthy Living Pasta has introduced two new pasta products—lasagna and rotini. Both became available last spring in supermarkets nationwide, and they join the existing Dreamfields line that includes spaghetti, elbows, penne rigate, and linguine.
0 comments - Feb 1, 2007 -
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