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Studies have shown a connection between obesity and diabetes. Though being obese does not cause diabetes it is a risk factor. Maintaining a healthy weight is not only good for  diabetes prevention and management, but your health in general.

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  Credit: Thinkstock   Earlier studies that I reviewed here indicated that when we take our food in liquid form rather than in a solid one, we consume more calories that day. And now a big new study shows that when we cut back on the amount of liquid calories that we consume, we do lose weight.   But, unlike the…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on LiveBold with Diabetes Dear Gretchen,   Good theory. But I still have my moustache, at least as a part of my…

06/12/14

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, posted Measuring your risk from obesity New research suggests that body shape is more important than body mass index (BMI) in…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Diabetes Diets Don't Work Dr. Loren Cordain, one of the pioneers of the paleo diet movement, issued a thorough and…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, commented on Weightism and Diabetesism Dear Karen,   Very interesting links. Thanks for…

08/06/13

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