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Desserts Packed with Flavor and Nutrition – Act Two Magazine

After the age of 50 years old the likelihood of developing chronic diseases like Type 2 diabetes, thyroid disease, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease increases, the lifelong poor habits catch up with our body.  At this point in life some individuals follow very restrictive diets recommended by their doctor, in fear…

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Diabetes and the Need for Walking Canes

I was asked to review the following article by Dr. Elizabeth Lewis featured on walking-canes.net and found it very informative, interesting and accurate. The research was well done and it came from a different perspective than most papers on Diabetes.   Diabetes is a metabolic disease state, whereby the body is…

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Can Health and Wellness Programs Lower Insurance Costs?

Dr. Kantor discusses his opinions on whether health and wellness programs actually work with WDRC News Radio. Insurance costs are rising, and as a result some companies are beginning to institute penalties for their employees who smoke, are overweight, etc. So a big questions is, do you have to use…

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Wellness Programs Offer Incentives for Living a Healthy Lifestyle

Wellness Programs Promote Healthy Choices Jimmy Barrett of WRVA News Radio and Dr. Keith Kantor discuss health and wellness programs.  These programs offer incentives and are a great alternative to imposing penalties for not living a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Kantor says that these programs do work, lowering rates from insurance…

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Artificial Sweeteners and Type II Diabetes with Jewish Exponent Magazine

Recent studies have shown a link between artificially sweetened drinks and Type II Diabetes.  Dr. Kantor discusses the findings of this study with Elyse Glickman from the Jewish Exponent Magazine.  People must realize that diabetes is linked to sugar and that the alternative of artificial sweeteners is not going to help…

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Impact of Obamacare on the Restaurant Industry with Bloomberg News Radio

How Will Businesses Feel the Impact of Obamacare? Bloomberg News Radio and Dr. Kantor discuss the impacts that Obamacare will have on small businesses, and specifically the restaurant industry. According to reputable data collection companies, studies have shown that 57% of small businesses will drop their employees insurance coverage and…

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Link Between Artificially Sweetened Drinks and Type II Diabetes with Foodservice East

In a recently published article in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a link was shown between the consumption of artificially sweetened drinks and diabetes. The link between drinking sugary drinks and type II diabetes has been known for a long time. It has been shown that diabetes type II…

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How to Stick to Your Diet with Diabetes Health Magazine

Many people have trouble sticking with a diet or resolution longer than two weeks.  Dr. Kantor discusses with Nadia of Diabetes Health Magazine, tips on how to keep these resolutions and maintain a healthier lifestyle. He suggests many practical tips like setting adequate goals, maintaining a positive attitude and being…

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