Does Sugar Cause Diabetes? (Part-1)

What Is Diabetes? Diabetes occurs when your body is no longer able to effectively regulate blood sugar levels. This can happen when your pancreas stops producing enough insulin, when your cells become resistant to the insulinĀ that is produced or both (1). Insulin is the hormone required to move sugar out of your bloodstream and into

Are we close to a cure: the state of cancer (part-2)

“This could potentially be a game-changer in the way we treat people who have cancer,” said one of the researchers in charge of this project. These tiny vehicles can also be used to target cancer stem like cellsĀ , which are undifferentiated cells that have been linked to the resilience of certain types of cancer in

Some skin-friendly foods (Part-2)

6. Soy Soybeans contain compounds called isoflavones, which may play an important role in protecting the skin, especially for females. Authors of a review from 2017 cite findings that suggest that middle-aged female participants who consumed more of the specific isoflavones found in soy had fewer fine wrinkles and more skin elasticity. The authors concluded

Some skin-friendly foods (part-1)

1. Fatty fish. Some people with skin issues stay away from fatty foods. However, it is important to note that not all fats are the same. Cold-water fatty fish, including herring, sardines, and salmon, may benefit the skin, as they are abundant sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Authors of a study from 2016 found “considerable