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WED., MAY 4, 2011: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
STRUCTURED EXERCISE IMPROVES GLUCOSE CONTROL IN DIABETICS: A study has found that specifically placing diabetic type 2 patients on structured exercise training, whether aerobic or resistance or both, is associated with reduced hemoglobin A1c levels, which indicate improved blood glucose (sugar) control, when combined with a dietary intervention. Also, greater total exercise duration per week was linked to a greater improvement in glucose control. (Persistently higher glucose levels in the blood are a defining characteristic of diabetes type 2.) In line with standard recommendations for diabetics, practitioners often advise diabetic patients to get more physical exercise and change their diet, but this new systematic review of all major, previous studies found that this produced a more modest glucose control benefit. Simple advice to exercise, without dietary advice, showed no benefit. Structured training duration of more than 150 minutes a week showed a 2.5 times higher glucose control benefit than training less than 150 minutes a week. Higher intensity exercise was not found to provide a further glucose control benefit. This study was published in the May 4, 2011 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association and is available online now at http://bit.ly/ifMFaj with subscription or access fee.

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When rats were fed triclocarban, the bactericide commonly found in antibacterial soaps, the baby rats that nursed from them were found to be less healthy than those that did not.

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