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51. Lorcaserin reduces high blood sugar levels and increases insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes patients

52. Variation in HbA1c or fasting blood sugar glucose levels was linked to the development of Alzheimers disease in type 2 diabetes patients

53. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout reduces waist circumference, systolic blood pressure, insulin and blood sugar glucose levels

54. Eating cocoa chocolate reduces blood sugar or glucose levels, obesity and increases insulin secretion

55. Raspberries could lower inflammation, high blood sugar or glucose levels and improves insulin sensitivity

56. Weight loss and improved blood sugar glucose levels (glycemic control) with an EndoBarrier device

57. Lose 15 kg (33 lb) in body weight (weight loss) by eating low calorie diet to reverse type 2 diabetes and extend life expectancy by six years

58. Better HbA1c A1C or glycemic control without hypoglycemic events with Dapagliflozin (Forxiga) drug in type 1 diabetic patients

59. Wearable and disposable paper-based device to measure sugar glucose levels from sweat to prevent hypoglycemia and seizure events

60. Deintensification of diabetic therapy in elders to avoid hypoglycemia events leading to dizzy spells, fainting, confusion, falling and even death

61. Increased risk to gestational diabetes and high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) with short sleep duration

62. Two cans of fizzy pop soda (a sugar sweetened beverage SSB) a week increases risk to heart diseases and type 2 diabetes

63. A limited calorie diet and regular exercise or workout could improve cognitive processes of the brain such as decision making

64. Poor sleeping habits in adults with type 2 diabetes was linked with high blood sugar levels, neuropathic pain and fatigue

65. Study shows a very low calorie diet (VLCD) could help reverse type 2 diabetes

66. Too much sugar consumption causes liver, heart and cardiovascular diseases among healthy people


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