All posts created by Rhonda Johansson
10/03/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

The unheard conversation between your gut microbiome and the environment directly translates to how you store fat, says a team

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-10-03-your-gut-has-a-circadian-rhythm-researchers-uncover-new-clues-about-body-fat-storage.html

09/27/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson
Lump of Sugar

Results of a small study concluded that habitual use of artificial sweeteners can dampen the body’s response to glucose. Researchers

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-09-27-artificial-sweeteners-raise-the-risk-of-type-2-diabetes-new-study-confirms.html

09/07/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Yes, energy drinks can really take you places….like the emergency room. These supposedly “hydrating” drinks actually increase your risk of

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-09-07-duhhh-energy-drinks-will-not-keep-you-hydrated.html

08/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Nutritionists have observed that simply cutting sugar intake drastically improved the metabolic function among children in only two weeks. These

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-08-20-cutting-sugar-consumption-for-just-two-weeks-found-to-dramatically-improve-the-health-of-children.html

08/04/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

As if we needed another reason to change our diet. Scientists are now saying that washing down that cheeseburger with

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-08-04-combining-sugary-drinks-with-protein-found-to-accelerate-the-bodys-storage-of-fat.html

08/02/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

The same team that said that up to 76 percent of the world’s population may be overfat are now claiming

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-08-02-shocking-study-finds-that-90-percent-of-american-men-are-too-fat.html

07/23/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

New Zealand researchers have found that pregnant mice who took fresh fish oil protected their offspring from developing diabetes later

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-07-23-fish-oil-supplements-during-pregnancy-found-to-reduce-diabetes-risk-in-offspring.html

07/10/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

A team of Swiss researchers have concluded that long-term exposure to high transportation noise increased the risk of developing diabetes

http://www.DiabetesScienceNews.com/2017-07-10-noise-pollution-from-buses-and-trains-found-to-cause-diabetes.html

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