5 Myths about Diabetes

6th August 2021 / Charlotte Foster

Myth Busters, diabetes
5 Myths about Diabetes Josephine Townsend (MNutr, RD). We look at 5 common myths about Diabetes to help you know the truth about the disease. Myth: Diabetes is reversible I often see worrying headlines bandied about, such as this classic from a well-known sensationalistic tabloid newspaper “I reversed my diabetes in just 11 days –

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Should you ditch carbs to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes?

2nd May 2018 / Stephanie Fade

Carbohydrates, Type 2 Diabetes, diabetes
Carbs have had a bad press recently. If you have type 2 diabetes in your family or if you have been told that you have “pre-diabetes” you could be forgiven for thinking that carbs and carbs alone are your number one enemy. So should you ditch carbs to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes?

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Dairy Foods: Dangerous or Marvellous

18th January 2017 / Stephanie Fade

Balanced diet, Dairy foods, bones, calcium, cancer, diabetes, diary foods, heart disease, stroke
  There are a lot of scare stories in the media and on the internet about dairy foods. Concerns have been raised about hormones increasing the risk of cancer and about antibiotic resistance. Hormones are used in some countries to stimulate higher milk yields, but this is not allowed in the EU/UK. Hormones may be prescribed

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