The Winning Diet for Diabetes Type 2

Reducing the Risk: Go Vegetarian

Vegetarian and vegan diets offer significant benefits for diabetes prevention, treatment, and reversal of type 2 diabetes. In observational studies, individuals following vegetarian diets are about half as likely to develop diabetes, compared with non-vegetarians. Clinical trials show that individuals with type 2 diabetes who consume a low-fat vegan diet improve blood sugar control to a greater extent than conventional diabetes diets. 

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Could a Regular Schedule Help Your Arthritis?

Cultivate a regular schedule. Cartilage cells have a functioning body clock which switches genes that control tissue function on and off. Scientists believe imposing a rhythm by regularly scheduled exercise, restricted meal times, or by targeting the joint itself with scheduled warming and cooling of the joint, could have a significant impact on the future management of joint diseases and with further study it could relieve sufferers’ symptoms.

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Cherry Cobbler


In our family, cobbler is synonymous with Grandma. This was her favorite dessert to make – mainly because it was such a good healthful recipe, and she lived in California, where there were lots of fresh fruits to use. Besides cherry, she often made peach or apricot and always had a cobbler or two in her freezer for unexpected company. And she never failed to have homemade ice cream to put on top!

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By Ernestine Finley

1 package multi-grain (or spinach) lasagna noodles

2 quarts tomato sauce

4 cups tofu ricotta cheese (see recipe below)

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Simple Butter


¾ cup coconut milk*
½ cup water
2 tablespoons yellow cornmeal
½ teaspoon salt, or McCormick’s Butter Flavored Salt, or Flavacol Popcorn Salt

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Five Tips to Lower High Blood Pressure Naturally

1. Skip the canned foods and drinks and eat fresh produce.

As far as possible, avoid canned food or microwaveable foods wrapped in plastic. Why? BPA, a chemical used as an epoxy lining for cans and plastic bottles, has been linked to high blood pressure. BPA can leach into foods and drinks. To those who already have heart disease or hypertension, or other cardiovascular risk factors, just a 5 mm Hg increase in systolic blood pressure can cause significant problems. It is better to store foods in glass rather than plastic containers.

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Are You Lonely Tonight?

Loneliness raises levels of circulating stress hormones and levels of blood pressure. It can gradually undermine regulation of the circulatory system so that the heart muscle works harder and the blood vessels are subject to damage by blood flow turbulence.

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