GLUCORXTRA NOVEMBER 2020
A type of wrinkled 'super pea' may help control blood sugar levels and could reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, suggests a new study.
The research, from scientists at Imperial College London, the John Innes Centre, Quadram Institute Bioscience and University of Glasgow, suggests incorporating the peas into foods, in the form of whole pea seeds or flour, may help tackle the global type 2 diabetes epidemic.
The critical role nurses play in recognising and addressing the hidden cardiovascular risks in people with type 2 diabetes
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death and disability in the population and the most common complication of type 2 diabetes.1 Compared to people without diabetes, those with type 2 diabetes are 2.0 to 2.5 times more likely to have a cardiovascular complication.2
A 45-minute hospital procedure which could stop people with type 2 diabetes using insulin has been praised as a “game-changing approach”.
The technique is called an endoscopic therapeutic procedure and involves putting a small balloon filled with hot water down the throat.
The head of Diabetes UK in the south west is pounding the streets of Somerset this October as part of the charity’s Month of Miles Challenge, raising vital funds to help transform the lives of people living with diabetes.
Phaedra Perry, from Ilminster, is no stranger to running - having completed a variety of events including both the Bath Half and, impressively, the Langport triathlon when pregnant with her daughter in 2014.
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