Type 2 diabetes is a major health problem in Australia. This article has ideas to help prevent children develop this health problem.
Diabetes is a condition that affects over a million Australians – but how much do you really know about it? Read this two-part guide to learn more.
Gestational diabetes can affect any pregnant woman. Learn more about the condition here.
Nearly one in four Australian adults over the age of 25 years has either diabetes or pre-diabetes, and many are not even aware they have the disease. Read here to learn whether or not you are at risk.
Carbohydrates are vital to health, well-being, and successful weight loss. Read here to find out why.
For people with diabetes, regular exercise is extremely important.
Lap-band surgery is one of the fastest growing procedures performed in Australian public hospitals. How does the procedure work? What are the pros and cons? Could it benefit you?
The glycemic index and glycemic load are great tools for managing diabetes, losing weight, and getting a better understanding of your diet.
Do you wonder how much fat, carbohydrates and protein you should be eating each day? This article explains why you need these nutrients and how to get the right balance in your meals.
Carbohydrate moderation is crucial for people with diabetes. Read here to learn about moderating your carb intake.
The second article in a two-part guide. Learn the basics of managing diabetes, from diet to exercise to what to do when you get sick.
Fat around the tummy can cause many health problems. Read this article to find out more.
Having trouble eating enough fruits and vegetables each day? Try these tasty and creative ideas.
Find out how "going nuts" can improve your health and even help with weight loss.
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