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Diabetes Prevention

Diabetes Prevention

Our February list includes a newly approved drug combo, the ADA’s position statement on diabetic retinopathy, and lifestyle intervention studies.

In a randomized controlled trial, 24 men and women with pre-diabetes were assigned to either a diet high in protein or high in carbohydrate.

Our January list includes new care guidelines for neuropathy, updates to oral medication recommendations, and long-term RYGB outcomes for adolescents.

Two studies examined the effects of sugar-sweetened beverages on prediabetes and insulin resistance and of low-calorie beverages on weight loss.

Compounds in cocoa and chocolate have known cardiovascular benefits. Could habitual chocolate intake lower the risk of type 2 diabetes as well?

Researchers investigated the impact of bariatric surgery on cardiovascular health & diabetes, as well as statin therapy & visceral adipose tissue.

Three studies from AHA 2016 covered the dangers of yo-yo dieting, a program to reduce sugary drink consumption, and high protein diets.

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