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Cheaper than Therapy – Beginner’s Guide to… Run Right!

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SharePre-run breakfast shake: 125g low fat fruit yogurt, 200 ml skimmed milk, 30g rolled oats, 1 tbsp clear honey. Post-run refueller: 1/2 avocado and 2 large poached eggs on 1 wholemeal muffin, with a dash of lemon and pepper. Eat 15-30 mins after training to replenish glycogen stores. Make sure you drink plenty of water throughout. Running is great for …

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Anxiety, Antidepressants, Pre-Diabetes and the Running Itch

Share Anxiety was the real catalyst for my interest in running after the birth of my daughter in 2010 – when I was told I was pre-diabetic – and decided to run the Marathon! I set myself that goal partly to get rid of the baby weight, but mainly for the mental benefits. I was taking mild antidepressants pretty much continuously …

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Famous Diabetics: Rich and Enduring a Life Unfulfilled

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Share http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/j-jayalalithaa-jayalalitha-dead-aiadmk-apollo-ecmo-diabetes-cardiac-arrest/1/829240.html An important lady and a famous diabetic died in India recently. She was only 68. Beautiful, clever, powerful and rich, but even the best medicines in the world could not rescue her. A sad ending to an amazing story of someone who was loved by millions of people. Details of her health were not publicly known until their mention …

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Diabetes Basics and a Certain Degree of Order

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Share Finding out you have diabetes can be scary. People with diabetes can live long healthy lives. Let’s go over some basics. This is diabetes made simple. When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made up of three basic components. Carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here’s …

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Fibre Facts for Lower Glucose Levels

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ShareFibre is found in plant-derived foods such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes (beans) and cannot be broken down by the body. As a result, these fibres pass through the body and carry other things off with them. Fibre helps to protect against heart disease, diabetes and contributes to gastrointestinal (GI) health by preventing constipation and helping to prevent …

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