Discover the health benefits of hydrogen-enriched water and experience possible improvements in everything from better dental health to improved muscle function during exercise and sports.
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Learn how you may be able to benefit from H2’s unique anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties by simply dropping a pill in water.
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The pistachio is one of the two nuts mentioned in the Bible, but even more interesting than humanity’s love affair with them are the many health benefits they offer.
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“A lot of people have perhaps too simplistically thought that once the pancreas starts to fail, and stop producing insulin, it is an inevitable decline. But this diet challenges that.”
Fish oil supplements could help reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.
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A new study offers some of the strongest evidence yet associating sugar, independent of other diet and lifestyle factors, with type 2 diabetes — a link that the sugar industry has sought for decades to debunk.
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