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The glycemic index (GI) is a value based on how fast or how slow a food increases blood sugar. A food that has a low GI can be considered a slow carb, while a high GI is a fast carb.
When it comes to losing weight and keeping it off, the best path to follow is the one that results in a healthy diet and active lifestyle. There are no shortcuts.
Whether you are enjoying a Fart Bar in Poland, a Handkäse mit Musik in Frankfurt, or a Longevity Bun in China, this book is for you.
Small changes in lifestyle can make a big difference in Type 2 diabetes. They should not only be acknowledged, but also celebrated.
Here are ten simple things you can do to improve your health and feel better throughout this year's hectic holiday season and beyond.
Fad diets can be seductive promising a quick fix, but in the short run they can have serious side effects and in the long run, they don't work.
Everyone from TDWI wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you enjoy this holiday with friends, families, and those that you love.
Hospitals report a 30% spike in ER visits on Thanksgiving, with many people experiencing shortness of breath, heart failure, and arrhythmias. Here are some tips to keep your heart healthy and stay out of the ER.
Straight from THE ROOT has figured out how to make it painless to enjoy perfectly prepared root vegetables in just a minute and a half. The secret is sous vide.
Vitamin B12's metabolic reach includes DNA synthesis, hemoglobin production, & nerve function. Perhaps that's why body stores are huge relative to daily intake.
In the absence of genuine viable alternatives to working, can we charge employers and the systems that create work to pay for our healthcare?
Residency is a time where you are at risk for establishing a lot of unhealthy habits. Don't let that happen to you. Here are tips for staying healthy and fit.