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51. Protein Which Cause Heart Disease

52. Consumption Of Meat Contributes Development Of Type 2 Diabetes

53. Type 2 Diabetes Risks With Iron Levels

54. Food Product To Benefit Diabetes Patients

55. Vitamin D Deficiency Reduces Statin Benefits In HIV Patients

56. Blue Corn Can Help Fight Diabetes

57. Nordic Diet Linked To Reduced Risk Of Stroke

58. About Isocaloric Diet

59. Mouse Study Suggests Fasting Diet May Regenerate Pancreas And Reverse Diabetes Effects

60. Recent Research Shows Good Health Results With Ketogenic Diet

61. Herbal Medications For Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)

62. Risk Reduction To Inflammation Related Heart Diseases With Coffee Consumption

63. Only Heart Disease Risk Patients Will Be Benefited With Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements

64. Eating Three Ounces Of Peanuts A Day Prevents Stroke And Heart Attack

65. Vitamin B Protect Air Pollution Induced Heart Diseases

66. Gut Indolepropionic Acid & High Fibre Diet Protect Against Diabetes

67. High Dose Of Vitamin D Failed To Stop Heart Diseases

68. Replacing Meat With Plant Diet Reduces Type 2 Diabetes Risk

69. Gut Bacteria May Be A Reason For The Development Of Stroke, Diabetes And Heart Diseases With Meat Consumption

70. Exercise And Vitamin D Helps In Reducing Strokes And Heart Attacks

71. New Blood Glycated Protein CD59 Or GCD59 Test To Diagnose Gestational Diabetes Early

72. More Health Disadvantages Than Benefits In Eating Gluten-Free Diet

73. Eating Avocados Reduces Heart Disease and Body Weight

74. Daily Dose Of Cinnamon Reduce Heart Attack Risk Associated With High Fat Diet

75. High Salt Diet Putting Teens At Risk Of Heart Disease Later In Life

76. Eating Milk Or Dairy Products Does Not Increase Stroke And Heart Disease Risks


78. The American Heart Association says not to use coconut oil for dietary purpose

79. Study shows lack of vitamin A causes diabetes

80. Study shows type 2 diabetes reversal and weight & muscle fat reduction with vegetarian diet

81. Iron levels play a role in risk reduction to coronary artery disease (CAD)

82. Reduced heart inflammation by eating brightly colored lutein carotenoid vegetables

83. Coffee reduces risk of death from heart disease and strokes

84. Study warns spread of type 2 diabetes through toxic meat or blood transfusions

85. DKK3 natural protein can protect against plaque formation, atherosclerosis, stroke and heart attack

86. Exercise protein cardiotrophin 1 (CT1) stimulates growth of blood vessels, helps growth of heart muscle & ventricle in a healthy way and improves ability of the heart to pump more blood

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

88. Enhanced risk to type 2 diabetes with a diet rich in poultry or red meat

89. Cafestol substance present in coffee could prevent or delay type 2 diabetes

90. Heart dead tissue with scars after heart attack could be cured with a cocktail treatment of GATA4, Mef2c and Tbx5 (GMT) transcription factor proteins

91. 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

92. Relief for chronic diabetic nerve pain or neuropathy by blocking HCN2 protein

93. Potassium rich diet such as avocados and bananas may help in preventing heart diseases

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

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

96. Type 2 diabetes protection with antioxidant foods containing Vitamin C & E, lycopenes or flavonoids

97. Diet with high magnesium content can prevent type 2 diabetes

98. Increased risks to metabolic syndrome, heart diseases and weight gain by eating too fast

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