1 in 5 people over the age of 35 have Diabetes, and more than half of them are unaware of it! Read more
Honeyed Creme Brulee Recipe
Justine Drake from Pick n Pay makes Honeyed creme brulee. Try this great dessert is the perfect treat for dinner parties! Read more
Sugar or Sweetener
The Dr Mol Show discusses the benefits of using sweeteners instead of sugar Read more
Psychosomatic nature of diabetes
Dr John Demartini has spent close on 4 decades studying the psycho-somatic nature of human beings. He joins Dr Mol to discuss the subject of diabetes. Read more
Knowing your GI values is a good way to manage a diet that will keep diabetic symptoms at bay Read more
Diabetics and training
Lisa Raleigh chats to Nathan Row from Lonehill Estate about keeping fit with his diabetes.
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Andrea du Plessis (B.Sc Dietetics, M.Phil Exercise Science) is a registered dietician with a passion for healthcare through nutrition, natural remedies and a healthy lifestyle. As head of customer care at Vital Health Foods, she regularly presents talks and ed...
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Acupuncture relieves indigestion
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