How to reverse prediabetes & type 2 diabetes
Fifteen percent of U.S. adults have diabetes. Another 38 percent have prediabetes (and 8 out of 10 of them don’t know it). Together, that comes to one in two adults with harmful blood sugar levels. The good news: Many cases can be prevented and, in some people, even reversed. Here's what to know about prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.
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The Healthy Cook's seafood recipes
Crunchy Pecan Tilapia
This Crunchy Pecan Tilapia comes with a delightful one-two punch. Panko—a Japanese breadcrumb with a spiky shape—makes for the crunchiest of toppings. And the pecans lend a surprisingly buttery richness.
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