The relationship between caffeine and blood sugar is slightly unclear. New research has found that caffeine may lead to lower body fat levels and prevent blood sugar concerns from developing.
A study is warning people that keto isn’t a wonder diet. The new research found that the diet may be linked to higher LDL cholesterol levels and doubles the risk of blocked arteries, heart attacks and strokes.
You may want to steer clear of erythritol. People at high risk of heart disease, like those with blood sugar concerns, were twice as likely to have a heart attack or stroke if they had a high concentration of the sweetener in their blood.
People with kidney concerns often avoid eating large amounts of fruits or vegetables, worried about high potassium levels. But, researchers found that eating fruit and veggies daily may reduce all-cause mortality in people with kidney concerns.
A new study found that a diet high in free sugars raises the risk of heart disease and stroke. But, eating five grams of fiber daily was linked to a four percent lower risk of heart disease.
A new randomized human trial has found that calorie restriction slowed the speed of biological aging. It is well known that calorie restriction slows aging in animals, but this is the first human study of its kind.
When it comes to weight loss, how many calories should you be eating? Eating a very low-calorie diet for fast weight loss can backfire on you. It's essential to know the signs that your low-calorie diet is too low.
Proponents of eating soaked raisins claim the practice offers a variety of benefits. Why would soaking raisins in water change them? Is there any real benefit to it? And, are these soaked raisins healthier than grapes?
Many people have resolved that 2023 will be the year they cut down on food waste. Sell-by dates are quality indicators, not safety guidelines. Some foods keep much longer than others and there are tricks to knowing which foods are still fresh.
People often say that they have gone grain-free to manage their blood sugar. However, barley is a whole grain rich in fiber and protein that can improve blood sugar.
A new, mid-sized study has found that eating smaller meals, and fewer calories may be more effective for weight loss than intermittent fasting.
It has long been said that chicken soup is good for the soul. But did you know that, besides being tasty and comforting, chicken soup can aid your health and blood sugar?
New research has linked a liquid xanthan gum-based thickener to lower blood sugar after eating. It appeared to increase insulin response, improve the metabolism of fat and aid the gut biome.
No one should feel guilty about enjoying some dark chocolate now and then. But, some manufacturers might have to feel guilty about what they sell. A study found five popular dark chocolate brands tested high for lead and cadmium.
While many think green peas are starchy vegetables like corn or potatoes, they are a legume closer to beans, chickpeas and lentils. They may not impact blood sugar the way you think.
It’s January and that means people are turning to popular diets to shed holiday weight gain. Today we’re looking at the popular 80/20 diet to see if it is safe and if it has any merits.
A new study suggests that honey may reduce cardiometabolic health risks. The results show that raw honey could lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
We are always looking for ways to improve our health through natural means. According to a new study, flavanols, antioxidants found in tea and many fruits and vegetables and slow memory decline.
One of the questions that comes up time and again is whether or not coffee ages you. And the answer isn’t straightforward.
The season of holiday baking is upon us. Replacing butter with olive oil in your holiday baking may aid your health or at least make your cookies less detrimental.