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  • Why metabolism slows down with aging and what to do about it

    As you get older, your metabolism naturally slows down. The fast declines according to new research occurs after age 60. That's just part of the process, but it can have a big impact on how much weight you gain and lose. Fortunately, there are things you can do about it.
  • What is metabolism dysfunction and how to fix it?

    Metabolism dysfunction is a term used to describe the problem where your body can't process sugar properly. It's not just about weight, but also about energy levels and mood.

    Metabolic dysfunction can affect your whole body, impact your blood sugar, weight, and even your aging. In fact, symptoms like fatigue, joint discomfort and even feeling despair could be caused by metabolic dysfunction! The good news is that there are ways you can help reverse these issues without taking medicine or having surgery.

  • Top 5 Signs of a Slow Metabolism

    Top 5 signs of slow metabolism 

    Discover the top 5 signs of a slow metabolism and how to activate it again if you find yourself slowing down. 

  • 6 Surprising Things That Can Impact Your Blood Sugar Levels

  • What's the Deal with Diabetes Fatigue?

  • Top 6 Life Hacks for Managing Diabetes

    Diabetes is not a death sentence. But careful diabetes management requires a lifelong commitment of healthy eating and regular exercise. It can all feel very overwhelming, so we've collected some life hacks for diabetes management that are worthy of sharing.
  • New company to commercialize avocado compound with anti-obesity, anti-diabetes benefits

    A new company has sprung up in Canada to commercialize a fat molecule found only in avocados, which has been reported to confer anti-diabetes and w...
  • Diabetes Diet: Avocados May Prevent Or Delay Diabetes

    You can manage diabetes to a great extent by monitoring your diet; it turns out that eating avocados may keep diabetes at bay.Including avocados in...
  • A compound in avocados may reduce type 2 diabetes

    Avocados aren’t merely a tasty addition to a diet — they contain a fat molecule that may safely reduce insulin resistance. A study by researchers f...
  • Avocados may help manage obesity, prevent diabetes

    Your guacamole may hold the key to managing obesity and helping delay or prevent diabetes, according to a new study by a University of Guelph resea...
  • Avocados have properties which could help prevent type 2 diabetes

    A fat molecule found only in avocados could lower the risk of type 2 diabetes by reducing insulin resistance, a study from Canada suggests. Energy ...