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06-08-2022 | ADA 2022 | Conference coverage | News

Overnight glycemic variability may impact next day function

Fluctuations in blood glucose levels during the night can adversely impact the psychologic and physical function of people with type 1 diabetes during the following day, report researchers.

06-01-2022 | Cardiovascular outcomes | News

No long-term CV benefits seen 2 decades after DPP interventions

People with impaired glucose tolerance who received metformin or intensive lifestyle intervention during the DPP trial show no sign of a significantly reduced cardiovascular disease risk 21 years later, reveal the latest DPPOS results.

04-21-2022 | Diet | News

Time-restricted eating benefits may rely on calorie reduction

A randomized trial in The New England Journal of Medicine shows no benefit of adding time-restricted eating to 12 months of calorie reduction in people with obesity.

10-12-2021 | Diet | News

DiRECT insights highlight ‘ongoing struggle’ of maintaining weight loss

Many participants of DiRECT found reintroduction of food and subsequent weight-loss maintenance to be more challenging than the 800 calorie total meal replacement phase, the investigators report.

09-29-2021 | EASD 2021 | Conference coverage | News

Intra-organ fat reduction parallels type 2 diabetes remission in lean people

Outwardly lean people who have type 2 diabetes have increased intra-organ fat, reductions in which occur in line with weight loss-induced diabetes remission, say researchers.

09-13-2021 | Psychosocial care | News

Peer support enhances lifestyle intervention benefits for new type 2 diabetes

People with newly detected type 2 diabetes may gain more from a lifestyle intervention if supported by peers who have had the condition for longer, suggest findings from a randomized trial.

09-02-2021 | Type 2 diabetes | News

Consensus report defines type 2 diabetes remission criteria

An international expert group organized by the ADA has published consensus definitions of type 2 diabetes remission.

08-11-2021 | Diet | News

Meta-analysis supports benefits of low GI/GL diets in people with diabetes

Following a low glycemic index or glycemic load diet in addition to standard treatment is associated with improvements in glycemic control and other cardiometabolic risk factors in people with diabetes, suggest the results of a systematic review and meta-analysis.

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