Alzheimer’s and Diabetes: is There a Connection? (NEW!!!) – Aug 28,2012
The food we eat is broken down in the digestive system into smaller components where it is absorbed into the bloodstream and then transported to cells to be used for energy. Carbohydrates from sources such as bread, vegetables and sweets are broken down into smaller compounds known as glucose. Glucose is transported into cells, including brain cells, with the help of a hormone called insulin[Read More]
New evidence suggests that long-term use of the anti-diabetic drug Actos (pioglitazone) is associated with an increased risk of bladder cancer. [Read More]
A phase IV post-marketing research study in the Kitchener-Waterloo area is investigating the effectiveness of a combination drug therapy of Metformin and Tradjenta (linagliptin) for people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.[Read More]
Location: Thornhill, Otario
Location: Thornhill, Ontario
>> Type 2 Diabetes Study Metformin and Tradjenta Study(NEW STUDY)
Location: Kitchener, Ontario
Use olive oil-based dressings and try replacing butter sticks with non-hydrogenated margarine. Hydrogenation is the process that makes an unsaturated fat a saturated fat and it is often found in desserts and pastries.
Don’t force yourself into an activity or form of exercise you won’t enjoy. If you really don’t like cycling, but prefer swimming, then swim. Find an activity you can at least put up with and keep at it. Starting to exercise can be challenging but the longer you stick to it, the better it gets.
Buddy up! If you are new to resistance training, it is important to bring a friend that can both help you stay motivated, but can also help ‘spot’ you and make sure you don’t hurt yourself.