Exercise for Life

Exercise for Life How much would you pay for medication that would decrease your risk of heart disease by 50%, strokes by 30%, diabetes by 50%, Alzheimer’s disease by 50%, and decrease the risk of 13 different types of cancer? This medication also helps you lose weight, improves your fitness, improves your strength and the only side effect is that it makes you happier. I guess this is something you would be interested in and […]

Brian Russell – Client Story

Brian Russell Brian first attended our clinic 6 months ago to help manage his type 2 diabetes. He started his Active One journey with Vanessa our diabetes educator who started him off on his health journey. Brian had enjoyed running in the past but was unable to continue exercising at those higher intensities due to lower back pain. From working in health for many years Brian understood the importance of exercise but was not sure […]

Could advice prescriptions help diabetes patients?

People with  diabetes who do not have their condition under control could be issued with a personal action plan by their  GP to improve their health. The new scheme, which is called an ‘information prescription’, is being launched today after trials in Yorkshire and London. It means that patients might leave their surgery with a piece of paper listing some lifestyle changes they should make rather than the more familiar prescription for medication. Health targets Diabetes UK, which is launching […]

Cinnamon and Diabetes

Can cinnamon help people with diabetes as it’s been touted to do? Results of studies into the use of the aromatic spice for diabetes have been mixed, and the American Diabetes Association discounts its use in the treatment of diabetes. WebMD took a look at the research, the safety of cinnamon, and its possible interactions with herbs and other supplements. Does Cinnamon Help Diabetes? Cinnamon comes in two varieties — Ceylon cinnamon and cassia cinnamon. […]

Some Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk

In what scientists say is a first, a new analysis suggests that some blood types place women at a higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes. How much higher? According to a team of French researchers, women with blood type B positive appear to face a 35 percent greater risk for developing type 2 diabetes than women with blood type O negative. However, experts questioned the value of the findings when so many other risk factors for the blood sugar disease can […]

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