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Most People Don't Hold Back on Holiday Eating, Poll Finds

A telephone poll of 1,035 adults just released by CNN/ORC International show that 53 percent of Americans don't hold back from eating Christmas holiday foods and treats, and instead indulge themselves because it's a special time of the year.

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One Meal Daily May Be Better Option for People With Diabetes

While most nutritional experts say that eating three meals a day is important to maintaining a steady metabolism, a new study suggests that one meal a day may be a better option for those with diabetes.

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Is High Fructose Corn Syrup “the New Trans Fat"?

The non-profit consumer action group Citizens for Health earlier this month called on the Food and Drug Administration to do its part in raising awareness of the dangers of high fructose corn syrup by making an official statement recognizing the sweetener as an unsafe addition to the nation's food supply.

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Eating on the Run More Popular Than Ever

As a nation, we love our food and we want it faster than ever.

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Swiss Study Suggests Sugar Is the Root of Various Health Problems

Obesity levels have reached their historically highest point--surpassing hunger as a global problem--and type 2 diabetes cases could triple by 2050, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

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Whole Fruits Lower Type 2 Risk

Eating whole fruits can reduce people's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health---but juicing them can send their risk factors soaring.

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A Delicious, Diabetes-Friendly Cranberry Sauce!

(Editor's note: With just one week to go until Thanksgiving, we thought you'd enjoy learning about Brenda's time-tested approach to creating a diabetes-friendly traditional turkey day treat.)

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Study to See If Vitamin D Can Prevent Type 2

The National Institutes of Health is investing millions of dollars in new research to determine if vitamin D supplements play a role in preventing type 2 diabetes.

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Life With Type 2: How (Non-Diabetic) Others See Us

It's always fun to get a different take on things. You sit for years a few rows up from first base and then one day you decide to go sit out by left field. Who knew the game could look so different?

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High Protein at Breakfast Helps Glycemic Control

An Israeli study confirms what nutritionists and dietitians have been advising for years: Starting the day with a big breakfast is good for you--and especially so for type 2s.

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