The Truth about Popular Weight-Loss Claims
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Des Moines, IA (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Diabetic Living Online today published four health articles to help people with diabetes live longer and healthier lives. This includes "The Truth about Popular Weight-Loss Claims" and "Find the Hidden Carbs." It also includes "Weight-Loss Myths Revealed" and "Know Your Numbers."
Rachel Martin, Health Group Interactive Editor at Meredith Corporation and Editor of Diabetic Living Online, said, "We are publishing these health articles to help consumers affected by diabetes learn all that they can do with diabetes; and provide the information they need to make the best choices for their health -- without being overwhelmed. Our goal is to help people with diabetes feel relief and in control, and provide a sense of belonging and encouragement."
"The Truth About Popular Weight-Loss Claims" -- There seems to be a new weight loss craze every other week. Protein, low carb, grapefruit, milk, and nuts have all had their share of the limelight on the diet circuit. But what's the bottom line? Diabetic Living Online investigated 13 of the boldest claims to find what's true and what's not.
"Find the Hidden Carbs" -- Carbohydrates are necessary for good health, even in people with diabetes. But do you know how many carbs are in the foods you eat? The answer may surprise you.
"Weight-Loss Myths Revealed" -- You can find weight loss advice at every turn -- but what's true and what's not? Find out if you've been holding on to tips that are nothing more than myths.
"Know Your Numbers" -- Knowledge is power when it comes to managing and controlling your diabetes. Do you know as much as you need to about your numbers? There's more than blood glucose and A1C at play here. Take the quiz and find out how well you know your numbers.
About Diabetic Living Online
The companion site to the popular Diabetic Living magazine, Diabetic Living Online helps people with diabetes learn how to live the life they want and make the best choices for their health -- without feeling overwhelmed. Launched last year, Diabetic Living Online also helps people with diabetes find relief, feel in control, and experience encouragement from other people living - and thriving - with diabetes.
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