We’re gearing up for winter weather, which means we need all the immunity-boosting tips we can get! On this episode of You Versus Food, dietitian Tracy Lockwood Beckerman is sharing the top foods to eat when you’re sick, as well as the best foods to support your immune system year-round. You’ll want to stock up on this list all winter long. 🤧 #immunity #immuneboostingfoods #wellandgood
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Type 2 Diabetes – Weight Loss Can Be Tied to When You Eat As Well As A Calorie Reduction
Do you set a calorie limit for yourself? More importantly, do you regulate your intake in any way? If you are looking to lose weight, treat Type 2 diabetes, or make general health improvements, moderating your caloric intake is going to help you. You cannot afford to eat based on your appetite and guesses alone: this is what causes many people to become overweight, to begin with.
Type 2 Diabetes – Are You Looking for a Magic Pill to Cure Your Health Problem?
Whether it is weight loss, hypertension, hyperglycemia, or high blood cholesterol, there is always a search for the “magic pill” to cure these health problems. To some extent, methods of coping with these issues are available. For instance, there are many medications available to lower high blood pressure, high cholesterol readings, and blood sugar. The problem with many drugs or supplements is they do nothing to treat the cause.
Type 2 Diabetes – Does Moderate-Intensity Exercise Impact Blood Sugar Levels?
If exercise were a pill, every doctor would prescribe it to people with Type 2 diabetes because of its positive effects. Physical activity is strongly recommended for lowering blood sugar levels and keeping Type 2 diabetes under control. Scientists at the University of Alberta and various other research institutions in Canada and Egypt, have found at least part of why exercise is so important. They discovered the level of a molecule known as interleukin-6 ( IL-6) was increased after moderate-intensity exercise in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss – Are There Good and Bad Calories?
A calorie is a calorie. Or is it? Everyone is familiar with calories. We all know they serve as energy and their intake is the cause of changes in our body weight. What many do not know however is not all calories are the same. More specifically, it has to do with the source, whether it is food or drink.
Weight Loss – Build the Foundation First
Millions of people including Type 2 diabetics, are fighting the same weight loss battle you are. We all crave a lean physique. We all want a healthy body. But before we can have these, it seems we must toil. More specifically, we must build the foundation for a healthy life. Nothing can be produced without effort. Also, it is not just the foundation that matters. It is also what you build on it. Your lifestyle and how you maintain it will define your health and well-being for years to come. Your habits will determine the direction everything takes how you eat, what you eat, and even when you eat, matters.