JT Provost

JT Provost is a regular contributor. He enjoys writing on any subject, but especially health, nutrition and fitness. jtprovost.com

The Platypus: A Good Friend of Diabetics?

Venom found in the claws of the common platypus might offer help for glucose management in diabetics.

UK study shows link in B12 Deficiency During Pregnancy and Type 2 diabetes

The more we learn about science and nutrition, the more we realize the importance of having healthy pregnancie

Study Offers Greater Insight into the Causes of Type 2 Diabetes

It has widely been held that overweight people were more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. But, researchers have discovered that a certain type of fat can lead to the disease in people of normal weight, too. The toxic class of fat metabolites is called ceramides.

Women With Gestational Diabetes Should Be Vigilant Later on

The study, which surveyed women over a five-year period, looked at the differing lifestyle factors of each woman, and the measures patients took in efforts to prevent development of Type 2

Battling diabetes: Study Reveals New Way to Restore Insulin Production

With the American Diabetes Association forecasting that the number of people suffering from diabetes will double between the years 2000 and 2030, the need for solutions has never been greater. One new study might be be a game-changer.

Cardio Fitness Helps Seniors Combat Health Risks Such as Diabetes

Getting older doesn’t diminish the need for cardio fitness to help combat poor health and more major health risks.

Improved Blood Testing for Diabetic Diagnosis and Treatment

Diabetics are constantly attempting to gauge and manage their insulin levels. Unfortunately, the standard screening tests can be inaccurate up to a third of the time.

Research Shows Exercise Releases Hormones that Help Fight Diabetes and Obesity

Exercise produces more irisin, which has many beneficial effects including fat reduction, stronger bones and better cardiovascular health.