In modern nutritional mythology, sugar is the new bogeyman.
New technology can help give type 1 diabetics the freedom that non-diabetics take for granted.
From the history of epigenetics, to the science, to the political repercussions - it's all right here.
If you have a family history of diabetes, does strength training affect you differently? A new study suggests, "No."
A recent study explored the effects of two traditional diets on diabetes markers.
A new study examined the effects of strength training and cardio on metabolic disorder risk.
The use of antidepressants is up 400% and Alzheimer’s disease costs the US $100 billion annually. Could it be our current recommended dietary guidelines are a contributing factor to this epidemic?
A lot of studies have examined the role of aerobic exercise in diabetes prevention. The newest research demonstrates resistance exercise can also reduce the risk.
As coaches, we will likely have someone with diabetes come through our doors. Type 1 diabetes care will differ from type 2 diabetes care, and it's important for coaches to know the difference.
When it comes to foods as basic as fruit, it seems to be a no-brainer to recommend them for health. However, a comprehensive recent study has found that this depends on the type of fruit.
Cardio has been shown to prevent metabolic syndrome, but does intensity make a difference? A new study asks whether more intensity is better when it comes to insulin control.
While many debate the healthiness of dairy consumption, science has discovered something new. Eating dairy regularly resulted in lower insulin and reduction of insulin resistance.
PCOS affects an estimated 5-10% of women of reproductive age. While it was once thought to be a fertility problem, we now know it's an metabolic disorder treatable with exercise and good nutrition.
We all have busy lives, and as such sometimes spend too much time "resting." The truth is the choices we make and the time we spend sedentary is literally killing us - and our children.
Eating fruit provides beneficial nutrients, but eating fruit can also increase the amount of dangerous sugar in a diabetic's diet. Science looked at what happens when diabetics eat more or less fruit.
Did you know mushrooms can help your athletic performance? Learn about these three types of mushrooms that can boost your immune system, your endurance, and your training.
60 minutes of daily exercise can improve your insulin resistance by 25%. 120 minutes of exercise can improve it by 50%. If you're looking to avoid metabolic diseases, get up and start moving.
Metabolic flexibility is our body's ability to burn either carbs or fat for fuel. High carb diets and high insulin can lead to metabolic inflexibility, which means metabolic diseases like diabetes.