Dairy food makers looking to drill further into the health benefits
of their primary foodstuffs will welcome new findings that suggest
two servings of low-fat dairy foods a day could reduce men's risk
of developing type 2 diabetes.
As EU Commissioner Kyprianou launches a new platform involving the
food industry and stakeholders to tackle rising obesity levels, new
research finds influences on diabetes - obesity link could be much
more than food, reports Lindsey...
Regular cups of coffee could upset the body's ability to metabolise
sugar in consumers with the increasingly common medical condition
type 2 diabetes, suggest scientists, marking new market
opportunities for decaffeinated coffee...
As consumerism continues on its upward curve, new figures released
this week show that obesity and diabetes epidemics continued to
escalate in 2001. In just over ten years, obesity has increased by
more that 70 per cent in the US.
Both soy supplements and hormone replacement therapy appear to
improve risk factors for heart disease in women with diabetes,
according to a report on two new studies published this week. The
findings present conflicting evidence...
Men with a high consumption of wholegrains may reduce their risk of
type 2 diabetes, researchers report in this month's American
Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The research also found that
obese men who consumed a wholegrain-rich...